Michael Haneke

Some have mattered more to the living Jalal, others to the dead one indulging in jouissance

By Jalal Toufic

Despite its magic unreality, Yorgos Lanthimos’s tale of complicity reflects a brutal real-world collateral

By Philippa Snow
Kaneto Shindo, Onibaba,  1964

The British artist discusses the films that have most influenced him

By Adam Chodzko

Does Michael Haneke’s lauded new film mark a shift away from his earlier critique of mainstream cinema?

By Bert Rebhandl