Siddhant Adlakha

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Cannes: Pixar’s newest animated feature gets lost down a rabbit hole of details, but re-emerges thanks to its uplifting use of music and light.
Cannes: The German director offers his ode to Ozu (and to Tokyo’s public toilets).
Cannes: The Japanese multi-hyphenate fails to hunt his white whale in his long-gestating historical drama.
Cannes: The Turkish master is back, with this uncomfortable portrait of an overly familiar teacher.
The man from H.A.T.F.I.E.L.D. does something new with this compelling take on the Afghan war and its fraught legacy, starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Dar Salim.
Sundance: Anthony Chen’s lush, Greek-set feature explores how the past can seep into your bones.
Sundance: Sarvnik Kaur’s powerful second feature blurs fiction and reality in a tale of friends torn by concerns of community and industry.
Director Chou and first-time actress Park talk about challenging each other and creating one of the year’s best performances.
Director S.S. Rajamouli and composer M.M. Keeravani discuss their process and their surprising western influences.
Despite its detours, this doc about the alleged 1948 massacre of a Palestinian village resolves into a sobering portrait of collective memory.
The show’s cinematography, color, and production design craft a modern approach to truth, justice, and the American way.
Tribeca: Nadia Hallgren’s documentary crafts a counter-narrative of a lawyer battling police killings
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