The veteran film editor speaks to Hyperallergic about her love of organization and her collaborations with Chantal Akerman.
Almost four years after her death, My Mother Laughs, the last book by the pioneering director, has been translated into English.
How to see works by pioneers of queer cinema, multiple restorations of ’90s gems, and standouts of New Taiwanese Cinema.
The streaming platform has added new documentaries about artists, joining its existing collection of films on Pina Bausch, Roy DeCarava, and others.
Friedland’s films conjure a sense of heightened, almost spiritual attunement to a body’s movements.
With works about student protests in India, colonialism in South Korea, the history of trains in cinema, and more, this edition of Wavelengths is the festival’s best in years.
Returning virtually this year, the annual Caribbean film festival offers a slate of rewarding films that revel in the intricacies of the region and its diaspora.
A viable, dedicated platform for independent and art films has been needed. Enter OVID, a recently announced partnership between Docuseek and six independent film distribution companies.
Memorable, mostly underseen gems that explore the tensions of queerness and camp on screen.
The landscape of cinema has changed immeasurably in just 10 years. These 25 picks show how.
A collaboration between Carriage Trade and Rectangle, Hearts and Minds analyzes the deceptive repackaging of Western imperialism.
Your list of must-see, fun, insightful, and very New York art events this month.