Guzmán sits with Hyperallergic for a conversation about the lost promise of Salvador Allende’s presidency, enduring personal and collective trauma, and the continued possibility for a new revolution.
The Eternal Memory draws parallels between a Chilean couple’s struggle with Alzheimer’s and their country’s broader struggle to maintain its history.
For all the character that the city has lost to gentrification, How To with John Wilson demonstrates how much delightful strangeness can still be found here.
Elizabeth Lennard, director of the 1985 documentary Tokyo Melody about the famed experimental musician, discusses the film and her memories of Sakamoto.
With Feedback, Part 2, Anthology Film Archives presents experimental films that specifically bend image, sound, or both back in on themselves.
A new documentary adds nothing to the historical record or collective conversation on Lee, but does work to bolster the man’s mythology.
The Thai director discusses his dreamlike films in a conversation with Hyperallergic ahead of his career retrospective in New York City.
Director Sam Green wants viewers to fully engage their ears in a sonic journey of 32 soundscapes.
A founding member of the Black Audio Film Collective, Akomfrah has explored Black life in Britain and beyond through acute observational films.
Blind Willow, Sleeping Woman captures Haruki Murakami’s combination of low-key magical realism, sexual neurosis, and loneliness.
A host of documentaries exemplify ND/NF’s unconventional programming philosophy.
A Common Sequence muses on the different ways that humans assess, categorize, understand, and often exploit the natural world.