The new Hollywood period piece Mank revives an old controversy over the acclaimed film.
Isiah Medina’s Inventing the Future and Mike Hoolboom’s Judy Versus Capitalism posit different ways for movies to work outside traditional aesthetics and structures.
The documentary Skin spurs the viewer to think about what kind of bodies are usually naked in movies.
The raccoon is one of the most popular animals on social media. But the human obsession with the scavengers predates the internet by thousands of years.
Online spaces embody Aldo Rossi’s view of the city as “the collective memory of its people.”
The site is hosting Leilah Weinraub’s film about underground Black-owned lesbian clubs, as part of its venture into artistic legitimacy.
As the Cinémathèque Québécoise pays homage to some of the notable women who have stepped behind the camera and “painted with light,” critic Justine Smith considers why their work is often underrecognized.
In an era where women still represent the minority of filmmakers and sex on the big screen has continued to diminish, Campion’s films — most of which are now streaming online — explore new depths of desire.
A wave of documentaries from China, including Present.Perfect and People’s Republic of Desire, follow the lives of popular streamers.
Experimental filmmaker Laura Huertas Millán talks to Hyperallergic about challenging the standard modes of exoticism, ethnography, and anthropology.
While it touches on the toxic masculinity and systematic sexism that permeates Fox News, the film does little to contextualize the industry that allowed this behavior to thrive.
More than being one of the greatest lesbian romances, Céline Sciamma’s latest is a beautiful film about artistic labor and the social contexts that uplift some artists above others.