The 21st edition of the Mostra de Cinema de Tiradentes film festival reflected Brazil’s volatile social and political climate, while avoiding the conventions of poverty porn.
A new series at Metrograph features documentaries made by women directors — from Chantal Akerman and Peggy Ahwesh to Yvonne Rainer and Claire Simon — about women’s lives.
At Doclisboa, a comprehensive look at Vera Chytilová’s incisive critiques of gender, family, and love.
In a retrospective in the south of France, Paz Errázuriz’s kaleidoscopic vision encompasses all aspects of life in Santiago.
In her debut feature, artist Filipa César documents the digitization of films made in the African country around the time of its independence.