These indie thrillers revive classic noir tropes with fresh, distinct approaches.
Sergei Loznitsa’s expansive filmography is a great entryway to films from Ukraine, Poland, Russia, and more which grapple with the legacy of the Warsaw Pact.
Erotic Abstraction revels in the subversive absurdity shared by both artists.
These classics were produced during Czechoslovakia’s brief political thaw in the 1960s.
The poet suggests his art’s highest calling isn’t truth-telling but stirring our empathic imagination.
In its desire to avoid cliches, Nina Wu skips over some of the more complex fallout of sexual trauma.
Avenida Paulista, Milhazes’s largest survey to date, offers an engrossing overview of how the artist cross-pollinates painting and printmaking.
The 2021 edition of the important film festival is open to viewers around the country.
Tsai Ming-liang’s newly restored film Goodbye, Dragon Inn flips the notion of moviegoing as a sanctified experience.
Emphasizing obscured histories, Vento inspires hope that the biennial programs to come will be potent enough to raise some dust in Niemeyer’s drafty halls.
This year’s online edition of the venerable festival features movies about mourning rituals, reenactments of family history, cult survivors, and more.
Director Alexander Nanau tells Hyperallergic how he got such incredible access to journalists and government officials for Collective.