An insidious racism is at play in interviewer Henri Renaud’s attempt to groom Thelonious Monk for public consumption on French television.
The Lutheran Society had no idea what they were in for when they had zombie movie icon George Romero direct The Amusement Park, long lost but now restored.
The Criterion Collection’s Complete Films of Agnès Varda is a tribute to the multifaceted career of the revered French director.
Criterion’s 1000th release is a testament to not only the monster’s legacy, but also to the importance of monsters in general to our cultural memory and history.
For the next three weeks Film Forum presents SHITAMACHI: Tales of Downtown Tokyo, an expansive series dedicated to the city’s grittier east side, where filmmakers have long turned their lens.
The IFC Center is running the largest retrospective to date of Abbas Kiarostami’s work, and its short film program is full of the director’s masterfully rendered trademarks.
This week, the Quad is screening a series of the blood-spattered, sultry Italian thrillers from the 1960s and ’70s.
The Quad Cinema in New York City is showing Queer Kino, a selection of queer cinema from East and West Germany in the 1970s and ’80s
Baikonur, Earth, a documentary premiering at the Panorama Europe Film Festival, surveys the facility that launched Sputnik.
Breathless Animals, premiering in the US as part of the Art of the Real festival, captures the cadence of nonlinear memory.
Two artists wrestle with the intersections of technology and massive ecological shifts brought on by the Anthropocene.
A series of films installed on the High Line make the camera an intimate actor in experimental dance.