“I make the films I want to make, about issues I see around me in India.”
Hyperallergic speaks to workers at Film Forum, the Quad, Anthology Film Archives, and more about the impact of the yearlong lockdown.
From capturing teenage innocence to 1968, Kurys’s slice-of-life movies are sparkling and big-hearted, but not without a caustic side.
On the occasion of his retrospective at Quad Cinema, Klein talks about his movies, becoming a Parisian, and fascism in the US.
A program of experimental American animation at the Quad is a gift, and a riotous romp through a pre-digital creative movement.
The dancer, choreographer, and filmmaker looks back on her career in light of her film retrospective starting at the Film Society of Lincoln Center.
The Museum of Modern Art’s retrospective of the works of Moustapha Alassane is every bit the breakthrough it appears to be.