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.
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.
Black Gloves and Razors, a VHS-era compilation film of Italian horror death scenes, encourages some self-reflection from gore hounds.
On the recent Friday the 13th, Jack Smith’s disembodied voice rattled through Anthology Film Archives.
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.
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.