Film at Lincoln Center’s series Beware of Dario Argento will be screening 20 of the Italian giallo master’s works with a chance to meet him in the flesh.
Elizabeth Horkley is a freelance writer based in Brooklyn, New York. Combining critical analysis with historical perspective, she aims to excavate cultural artifacts that have the power to enrich our understanding of contemporary art and current events.
A Feminist Streaming Site Centers Palestinian Filmmakers and Much More
Another Screen is the new, free “irregular” streaming arm of the film journal Another Gaze.
How Hilma af Klint Was Written Out of History
The new documentary Beyond the Visible is more of a detective story than a straightforward biography, investigating the erasure of an important figure in abstract art.
A History of Film at MoMA, as Told by Its Original Curator
As part of its reopening slate, a film series at the museum pays tribute to the foundational programming of its influential film curator Iris Barry.
Slashing Out a Space for Hardcore Horror Fans
Black Gloves and Razors, a VHS-era compilation film of Italian horror death scenes, encourages some self-reflection from gore hounds.
A Series Pays Tribute to Jack Smith’s Favorite Films
On the recent Friday the 13th, Jack Smith’s disembodied voice rattled through Anthology Film Archives.
Blood, Guts, and Corporate Sponsorships
Even for a jaded explorer in cinema’s nether regions, Northville Cemetery Massacre is a sleazy trip. “It’s a pretty nasty exploitation film,” Jon Dieringer, the programmer behind Anthology Film Archives’ current series, Industrial Terror, concedes, before detailing the specifics: rape, police brutality, and Detroit’s Scorpion Motorcycle Club.
At a Space in Queens, Avant-Music Plus Community
The Pecos River runs through New Mexico and Texas, forming a locale in the latter state colloquially known as Trans Pecos. Also referred to as Far West Texas, it’s a coarse region famous for its rough topography, Terlingua chili cook-off, and in recent years, revitalized arts economy.