A Skin So Soft follows six bodybuilders, of varying ages, ethnicities, and levels of mass, in the lead-up to a local competition.
As a “prequel” look at the Beales, That Summer makes for a fascinating contrast between the icons they have been turned into and the people they were before then.
Windjammer, a movie following a half-year voyage across the Atlantic, used a brand-new extreme widescreen camera system that hoped to become a new industry standard.
The Hammer Museum has displayed the three video installations together for the first time.
This week, almost 50 years’ worth of Wiseman documentaries went live on Kanopy, after a long period of his work being mostly inaccessible.
Takahata’s genius lay in his effortless ability to portray the mundane — something not often associated with the motion-focused energy of animation.
Amid continued misconceptions about the Cold War and Russia, the mission of the Wende Museum is vital.
In a film set in futuristic Japan, Wes Anderson and his collaborators try to achieve more than cultural appropriation, with mixed results.
Unsane reveals how entire institutions deny people’s individual experiences, demanding they submit to the official version of reality.
In Leigh Ledare’s new film The Task, his subjects are not only aware of their participation in an art project, but openly speak about it.
Active between 1982 and 1998, the collective made over a dozen films about the personal and political experiences of people of color living in Britain.
George Stevens, John Ford, and Samuel Fuller, best known for their work in Hollywood, all documented the Allied liberation at the end of the war.