These films illustrate both the undeniable threat of white supremacist capitalist patriarchy and the incomparable strength of Blackness.
In Dick Johnson Is Dead, Kirsten Johnson pens a mischievous love letter to her father about the only universal guarantee in life — death.
The Camden International Film Festival chose “Power and Story” as the theme of its 15th edition.
Hyperallergic talks to artist and filmmaker Ja’Tovia Gary about her award-winning short The Giverny Document and negotiating power in film.
While we wait for what the Academy Awards might hold on Sunday, it’s worth revisiting the ceremony’s history of protest, beginning with Marlon Brando’s rejection of his award in 1973.