Ever-moving, ever-changing — that’s the cinema of Bruce Baillie.
Francofonia bristles at labeling. The latest whatsit by Russian titan Alexander Sokurov moves comfortably between categories.
When you watch a film by Stephen and Timothy Quay, those twin princes of darkness, you enter a shadow world.
Eric Mitchell once described his 1978 No Wave film Kidnapped as “a 1960s underground movie happening today.”
Luther Price keeps you guessing.