Letters Unwritten to Naiyer Masud attempts to peer into the late writer Naiyer Masud’s concealed world.
Saim Sadiq’s crushing debut, the first Pakistani film to be shortlisted for the Oscars, is imbued with a crisis of space.
All the Beauty and the Bloodshed centers the artist’s campaign to stop the “artwashing” of the Sackler family’s role in the opioid crisis.
In myriad ways, coming as it does in January, Sundance sets the stage for US cinema through the rest of the year.
Squaring the Circle (The Story of Hipgnosis) is a reasonably informative, if rather dry, look at a subject with much more potential for exploration.
The Brooklyn Academy of Music will screen Camille Billops and James Hatch’s unique films centering Black American life, sexuality, and social issues.
Rachel Lears’s new film To the End is optimistic, perhaps to a fault.
The director sat with Hyperallergic for a conversation about the making of his new film The Velvet Underground.
The 32nd edition of the festival will feature 29 films representing 16 countries screening at the Walter Reade Theater.
A long history of checkered reviews of the film L’Homme blessé betrays a fundamental struggle with tragedy in a queer context.
While sex is clearly in its cultural flop era, intimacy with ourselves and with others is being deftly portrayed in body horrors.
In an open letter, the Society for American Archaeology accused journalist Graham Hancock’s docuseries of disparaging experts while promoting “racist, white supremacist ideologies.”