Christopher Makoto Yogi’s beautiful, contemplative I Was a Simple Man merges the past and present of both one character and his environment.
These films question who can become a mother versus who has to become a mother.
The International Federation of Film Archives has devised the Programming Game, an easy way for curators, scholars, and fans to build a streaming series with free databases.
To get the fullest picture of the artist requires traveling back through her filmography, a joyful opportunity provided by Film at Lincoln Center’s series Varda: A Retrospective, which opens today and runs through January 6.
Thanks to a new release from the American Genre Film Archive, an obscure yet ahead of her time feminist auteur is finally getting her due.
We Can’t Even: Millennials on Film, a series of films at BAM about, by, and for millennials, is a rebuttal to the narratives that dominate the discourse around a generation’s priorities and perspectives.
In My First Film, Zia Anger explores the humor, anger, and heartbreak she feels about her lost work, all live onstage.