Film programmer Inney Prakash talks to Hyperallergic about what it takes to start a new film festival solo during a pandemic.
Charlotte fails to truly depict the famed artist’s work and pain. It may just be that no other artist can tell Salomon’s story better than she already did.
The 1979 documentary, recently restored and now returning to theaters, is a vital record of the early years of the Industrial Workers of the World.
Drawing on several short stories by graphic novelist Adrian Tomine, the film pins down many of the odder elements of contemporary dating.
Hyperallergic talks to director Sierra Pettengill about her documentary Riotsville, USA, which finds the roots of modern policing techniques in the 1960s
Initially released in 2018 but never getting a proper run in the US, Sergei Loznitsa’s Donbass now finally comes to theaters.
Married volcanologists Katia and Maurice Krafft took incredible footage of eruptions. Sara Dosa’s documentary uses it to tell their unusual love story.
After 2020’s virtual festival and 2021’s severely abridged edition, Art of the Real is back with a full slate of exciting experimental nonfiction.
Charlie Shackleton talks to Hyperallergic about his performance piece As Mine Exactly and the challenges of virtual reality filmmaking.
The extensive Netflix docuseries, based on Warhol’s memoirs, won’t fully satisfy either casual viewers or fans of the Pop icon.
Director Christine Turner explains to Hyperallergic how her documentary short interrogates the white gaze and seeks to reaffirm some ugly truths about the past.
In the wake of the film’s nomination for the Best Documentary Feature Oscar, Stanley Nelson and Traci Curry speak to Hyperallergic about the uprising’s ongoing relevance.