Roy Andersson’s About Endlessness presents a series of elaborate vignettes about isolated characters.
Ruben Ochoa and Pete Galindo are premiering “The Politics of Street Vendors in Los Angeles” with LACMA this Saturday.
Netflix’s Murder Among the Mormons tackles a strange case of archival fraud that led to a bombing campaign.
If you’re comfortable sitting in a theater again, See It Big: The Return! presents movies that deserve to be watched on a big screen.
Hyperallergic has the exclusive premiere of the poster and trailer for Jia’s upcoming documentary Swimming Out Till the Sea Turns Blue.
Some of these films inform, others make demands for action. All fight the uncertainty and cultural denial around global warming.
In this moving documentary by Cosima Spender, there are lots of unanswered questions but you can’t help but be moved by the rawness.
The Academy would do well to expand its recognition of nonfiction.
“I make the films I want to make, about issues I see around me in India.”
From Afro-Brazilian celebrations to Italian immigrants, Cinelimite’s online retrospective The World Seen and Dreamt presents films documenting the culture of Espírito Santo.
With the 106th anniversary of the genocide approaching, here are some films which can help you better understand the events.
Gunda and Stray reveal how difficult it is not to romanticize the lives of other animals.