Two movies in this year’s China Onscreen Biennial stand out, not just for their subject matter or prestige, but for their sheer breadth.
The new Suspiria, more in line with modern sensibilities of “elevated” horror, is extremely different in form, feeling, and theme.
Maccarone Gallery in Los Angeles is exhibiting Carrey’s drawings, which are perfectly in line with his well-known style as a physical performer.
The Animation is Film Festival in Hollywood showcases what’s exciting about the medium.
The various chunks of meth were part of a 90-pound package of miscellaneous Mexican souvenirs.
Since 2005, Joel Sartore has been taking portraits of every single animal species living in Earth’s various zoos and nature preserves.
Events like IndieCade offer new ways for the medium to expand creatively.
The immersive theater piece Rochester, 1996 captures with discomfiting specificity the world that millennials within conservative evangelicalism grew up in.
The estate alleges that certain imagery in Luca Guadagnino’s film Suspiria constitutes copyright infringement, being directly derived from some of the artist’s works.
In 306 Hollywood, two sibling filmmakers open up the house in which their grandmother lived for 70 years and the sea of objects within it.
Strap on a headset and find yourself on a flooding island halfway around the world or in the body of a Homeland Security interrogator.
The Proposal chronicles the artist’s attempts at accessing the architect’s archives, which famously involved exhuming some of his ashes.