Here is a third and final round-up of some of 2016's best long-form writing on the subject of film.
- In Hazlitt.net, Soraya Roberts writes about Winona Ryder as a performer, and a phenomenon, in "Winona, Forever."
- Paul Schrader takes a fresh and opinionated look at the films of Yasujiro Ozu in this Film Comment piece.
- The BFI has reprinted a diary by the late Raoul Coutard, not a household name, but one of the most important image-makers in the medium's history, in which he reveals what he learned from working on Godard's early films.
- Finally, Indiewire's Charlie Schmidlin, conducted a fine interview with Texas Film Hall Of Fame member Jack Fisk, production designer on so many of our favorite films, who reminisces about working with Lynch, Malick, Paul Thomas Anderson and others.