The event, running now through December 10, first launched in 2021 as an alternative to the government-sponsored Tel Aviv International LGBT Film Festival.
The Japan Society will screen six iconic films that explore the years 1912–1926, “a new modern era” marked by progressive reforms and a blossoming of the arts.
“Filming in a kitchen is like working with a ballet or theater company,” the filmmaker told Hyperallergic in an interview for the release of his new film Menus-Plaisirs Les Troisgros.
The latest episode features a copycat of artist Doug Aitken’s mirrored house and Emma Stone as a misguided White woman experiencing Native art.
Director Nicole Newnham chronicles the rise, fall, and disappearance of the iconic feminist sexologist.
This month, we feature videos on criticism, artificial intelligence, social media, and more.
The strike has ended, but not everyone is satisfied with the tentative contract’s stipulations for the use of artificial intelligence in film and TV.
Israelism follows two young Jewish Americans whose perception of Israel changes once they see how the nation treats Palestinians.
The short film The Family Statement centers on private messages between the Sacklers unsealed as part of Purdue Pharma’s 2020 bankruptcy case.
How to Have an American Baby exposes a Chinese business that cares only for the bottom line, and a private US hospital system more than happy to serve patients paying cash.
Cultural groups and artists are withdrawing from the film festival over allegations of institutional censorship of the Palestinian liberation movement.
Paul B. Preciado’s film prizes creative passion over pathology, and trades individual trauma for collective and individual transcendence.