In The Art of Charlie Chan Hock Chye, cartoonist Sonny Liew collaborates with a figment of his imagination.
While the summer science fiction series is a common repertory staple, MoMA’s Future Imperfect: The Uncanny in Science Fiction stands apart from the rest with its interest in the uncommon.
Film Forum is paying tribute to the actress, director, and producer who made over 130 films at a time when women behind the camera were rare.
The way director Michael Almereyda mines images of Hampton Fancher’s decades of acting work makes Escapes unique among film industry documentaries.
Jung Yoon-Suk’s documentary Bamseom Pirates Seoul Inferno tells the story of the college punk duo Bamseom Pirates and the arrest of the band’s producer after posting controversial tweets.
In Transit, the late documentarian Albert Maysles’s final film, was completed after he died in March 2015 and focuses on the journeys of passengers at various stages of life.
Wong spent 30 years in the film industry, though racial attitudes of the time kept his contributions unacknowledged until the 21st century.
Anthology Film Archives’ latest series explores fictional, factual, and farcical portrayals of monkeys in movies.
The only surviving 35mm print of Slava Tsukerman’s cult film Liquid Sky will have its final public screenings at Quad Cinema before being permanently retired.
Charlie Ahearn talks about his new work and memories of the beginnings of hip-hop ahead of his exhibition at P.P.O.W. Gallery and movie screening at Metrograph.
BAMcinématek’s series showcases cast members’ most memorable roles outside the show, crossing decades and genres.
With Ridley Scott’s prequel Alien: Covenant being released this week, it’s worth revisiting the documentary on the painter H.R. Giger, who inspired the series’ aesthetic.