“The 52-hertz Whale,” which sings a song at a frequency no other whale uses, is a social media phenomenon. But this film shows that the phenomenon says more about us than whales.
Fauci is not quite a hagiography of “America’s doctor,” but it comes close. It ignores or twists the flaws in his responses to both AIDS and COVID-19.
Bill Morrison’s new documentary The Village Detective: A Song Cycle is an eerie meditation on mortality made from forgotten parts of cinema history.
Much of what the media deems important coverage of the attacks is in fact retraumatizing gawking or empty nationalism.
“March Through Time,” an interactive educational experience inside the popular online game, recreates the March on Washington, with embarrassing results.
The newest feature from Leos Carax, a tempestuous romance between Adam Driver and Marion Cotillard, is gleefully strange and metafictional.
Ra’anan Alexandrowicz’s documentary studies in real time how people rationalize and interpret the media they encounter.
Returning to the Museum of Moving Image, this year’s First Look 20/21 is the largest in the festival’s history.
With quarantine restrictions now lifted, the festival’s virtual slate from last year is now getting play in theaters.
Like many film festivals, the DC-area event is going partially virtual this year, allowing people around the country to take part.
Japan Society’s online retrospective Cinema of Struggle features eight movies from director Kazuo Hara and producer Sachiko Kobayashi.
The institute has allocated funds to projects about Black motherhood, conversion therapy, and more.