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.
The veteran film editor speaks to Hyperallergic about her love of organization and her collaborations with Chantal Akerman.
In her new memoir Camgirl, screenwriter Isa Mazzei joins the long tradition of women who use the personal to explore and deconstruct sex and culture.
With his latest film, the director pays tribute to Ingmar Bergman’s epic Scenes from a Marriage, revealing the disconnect between the public face of marriage and the reality of joined private lives.
The documentary Delphine et Carole: Insoumuses looks at Les Insoumuses, the ’70s group founded by director Carole Roussopoulos, iconic actress Delphine Seyrig, and Simone de Beauvoir.
The 1979 Quebecois documentary Mourir à tue-tête (“A Scream from Silence”) is a valuable but too overlooked feminist film.
The latest edition of the Fantasia International Film Festival continued its trend of elevating female filmmakers.
A new 4K restoration of Jack Hazan’s 1974 documentary A Bigger Splash brings us a look at the pop artist’s work, erotic imagination, and romantic turmoil.
Carlos Reygadas’s Our Time has drawn heavy speculation over the fact that he and his wife play a couple experiencing trouble with their open relationship. But this says more about the commentators than the film itself.
On the centennial of Pauline Kael’s birth, the Quad Cinema is presenting Losing It at the Movies, a retrospective including both films that received her highest praise and those she viciously tore apart.