Rachel Beyda selects a frame from one of last year’s best films.
For the first post in a new series on animation, Olivia Domba introduces Rusalochka (1968), a Russian film that shares its source material with the Disney classic The Little Mermaid (1989).
Looking to escape this beautiful fall weather by hiding in a movie theater? Paul Chouchana has some suggestions of what to see.
Legendary American cinematographer Harris Savides has passed away at the age of 55.
As many of you may know, Double Exposure has been taking the 50th New York Film Festival by storm. That we’ve been seeing a ton of movies goes without saying. In addition to our coverage here on our blog, we have two writers, Max Nelson and Blair McClendon, participating in the NYFF Critics...
Jackson Arn reviews the classic British romance, which begins a weeklong run at Film Forum this Friday in a new DCP restoration.
David Beal reviews the Palme d’Or winning film from Austria’s Michael Haneke.
This week, Lizzie Rodgers selects a frame and quote from a classic of Australian cinema.
Ben Rimland and Julianne Adams review two films now playing in New York.
With midterms around, movie-going becomes a very stressful endeavor. For the happy few who decide to take the time to go watch a film, running time and proximity of theater are factors that weigh in a lot more than they normally do, sometimes even more than director or subject matter. With this in mind, these...
Joseph Pomp on four more films in the main slate of the 50th New York Film Festival.
Welcome to Avant-Garde 101, a series in which Double Exposure offers an introduction to the rich history of experimental cinema. In this installment, Maya Rosmarin checks out a German classic from 1928 by Hans Richter, whose Filmstudie (1926) is screening at NYFF tonight.