The documentary short Bounty and its accompanying website make a potent statement from the Penobscot Nation that they are still here.
In the films of Mike Mills, sensitive male characters reckon with who they are when who they are doesn’t seem to measure up.
Featuring Ethan Hawke in a dual role as twin brothers on opposite sides of a brewing war, Abel Ferrara’s new film evokes the paranoia of modern information overload.
Hyperallergic speaks to Maya Cade, creator of the Black Film Archive, about showcasing an “abundance of Blackness across time.”
In the early 1980s, a teenager who tagged some anti-government graffiti was crushed by the state. Radu Jude’s fiction/documentary hybrid Uppercase Print tells his story with a mix of horror and dark humor.
Hyperallergic speaks to director Robert Greene and three survivors of sexual abuse by Catholic priests about their new film Procession.
Mayor Pete tries to make the case for the bland presidential candidate whom few voted for as some kind of gamechanger.
Hyperallergic speaks to organizers behind Queer Cinema for Palestine, a global alternative event to the Israeli-government-supported Tel Aviv International LGBT Film Festival.
The ‘People’s Princess’ features in multiple documentaries, trendy fashion lines, prestige TV, and now a biopic starring Kristen Stewart. What’s behind the new Diana mania?
What’s more natural, the film seems to ask — the “body parts” under the hood of a car or those pulsing beneath a woman’s navel?
As long as wars have been fought, wars have needed to be sold. And just like with weapons, the US armed forces have long been on the cutting edge of propaganda.
The Netflix miniseries Colin in Black & White takes an unusual approach to the controversial football player’s biography, but ends up more odd than anything else