All aboard for world-class features and interviews this issue! Hear from Oscar-nominated screenwriter and Tony-nominated playwright David Hare (The Hours, Plenty) about his work for stage and screen, including the police procedural Collateral (a BBC/Netflix coproduction) and the animated feature of Wall, his solo show about Israeli-Palestinian tensions. Critic-turned-filmmaker Kent Jones discusses the riveting central performance of Mary Kay Place and the autobiographical underpinnings of Diane. Motherhood and militancy are topics for Iceland's Benedikt Erlingsson (Of Horses and Men) in Woman at War, his new and unpredictable film. And China's Bi Gan immerses us in the worlds of Kaili Blues and its successor Long Day's Journey Into Night, which is distinguished by an hour-long single take shot in 3-D. Look for multidimensional articles as well, such as our Associate Adrian Martin's rumination on "mutating" modes of long-form narrative in movies and TV shows like True Detective, GLOW, and Twin Peaks: The Return. We go back in time to 1942 for a fateful rendezvous in Berlin between filmmakers from occupied France and Nazi officialdom, a "propaganda visit" whose behind-the-scenes story is only now coming to light. A DVD box set illuminates the life and art, both uncompromising, of Raymundo Gleyzer, who was "disappeared" by the Argentine military dictatorship in 1976. Love her or loathe her, there was no critic quite like Pauline Kael, and on the occasion of her centenary (which includes the release of the documentary What She Said: The Art of Pauline Kael) our critics debate her legacy. Don't leave home without Cineaste this travel season.