Damon's everyman aura is deceiving: his best films catch a glimmer of insubordination beneath the all-American niceness.
A wide-ranging discussion spanning from the Korean director's filmmaking origins to his latest film, the noir romance Decision to Leave.
The legendary editor reflects on striking scenes from the duo's films, which embody the eclecticism of their oeuvre.
Writer-director Molly Manning Walker and star Mia McKenna-Bruce discuss their new film HOW TO HAVE SEX, a vibrant depiction of the agonies and ecstasies of young adulthood.
Pedro Almodóvar's STRANGE WAY OF LIFE. A sexy, soulful and stylish queer cowboy romp, starring Ethan Hawke and Pedro Pascal. Now streaming in LATAM, Italy, France, the UK & Ireland here.
With his seductive new film PASSAGES now streaming, award-winning independent filmmaker Ira Sachs joins us at Posteritati to share some of his all-time favorite movie posters from his electric program of films from the MUBI vaults. Stream his picks here.
An unparalleled master at depicting the darker side of the heterosexual dialectic, as exemplified in films like RESURRECTION, THE NIGHT HOUSE, VICKY CRISTINA BARCELONA and PROFESSOR MARSTON & THE WONDER WOMAN.
Host Rico Gagliano talks with director Sebastián Silva about his absurd and sexy meta-comedy.
Hot on the heels of starring in Greta Gerwig’s highly anticipated BARBIE and new HBO show The Idol, actress Hari Nef joins us at Posteritati to share some of her favorite posters from her dazzling selection of films from the MUBI vaults. Watch picks by filmmakers like Shirley Clarke, Jean-Luc Godard, Martine Syms, and more on MUBI here.
Whether she’s dueling pickup artists or using "The Sims" as a sandpit, Washko's art looks courageously into dark areas of the internet.
FALLEN LEAVES. Aki Kaurismãki's timeless, hopeful and ultimately satisfying love story about two lonely souls’ path to happiness – and the numerous hurdles they encounter along the way. Official Selection of the Telluride, Toronto and New York Film Festivals, and winner of the Jury Prize at the 2023 Cannes Film Festival.
In the pathbreaking work of four filmmakers, feminist history comes to seem like a cinematic event.
A reflection by the director of Ryuichi Sakamoto: Coda on the origins of his documentary and his relationship with the great artist.
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Ira Sachs and Rico Gagliano discuss his latest film – PASSAGES – a seriously sexy Sundance hit about an insatiable artist in a messy modern love triangle. In this bonus episode, Sachs discusses how his all-star cast (Ben Whishaw, Franz Rogowski and Adele Exarchopoulos) liberated their characters, and why he and Hollywood are on the outs. Listen and follow wherever you get your podcasts.
Always masking her character's true feelings, the actor smartly anchors Zero Fucks Given, a film about exploitation as social compulsion.
As Robert De Niro turns 80, we’re shining a light on the American acting icon’s finest film appearances from the 80s and 90s – a period where the risk-taking star used his considerable industry muscle to get some of the most interesting films he’s ever been in onto our screens.
Filmmaker Ira Sachs (Passages) and journalist Franck Finance-Madureira (Queer Palm founder) sit down to discuss what Pride means today and how queer stories and aesthetics have changed over time.
On the eve of turning 40, Jane Birkin took a playful walk down memory lane with Agnès Varda. In artful tableaux, chameleonic disguises, and the opulent chambers of her Parisian abode, the chanteuse and actor reflects on all that is splendid about being a muse. JANE B. PAR AGNÈS V. is now streaming in select countries.