The 26th Ji.hlava International Documentary Film Festival’s Philippines retrospective highlights early documentation of the country, local responses to the Marcos dictatorship, and contemporary work.
Playing at several film festivals this late summer, Ana Vaz’s It Is Night in America asks the viewer to take on unusual perspectives.
As videos shot on film get refurbished for the digital age, we’re discovering more and more fascinating artifacts in the original materials.
From early tinting to modern film stock, the ERC FilmColors project overviews the craftsmanship that has historically gone into color filmmaking.
I’ve often forgotten Hendrix’s impact on me, but attending a fleeting screening of Gerry Goldstein’s long-unreleased The Jimi Hendrix Experience: The Royal Albert Hall in the titular venue presented a rare opportunity to experience those feelings afresh.
At the International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam, the Re-Releasing History program presented a dazzling array of movies built from found footage and more.
The Paradocs program at the 2019 International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam toys with the very structural components of cinema.
At the 2019 International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam, the programming strand “The Villain” looked for new ways to depict unsavory subjects.
Through haptic close ups and pulsating sound design, Carlos Casas’s Cemetery attempts to map a more spiritual experience onto the representation of animals.