Alexandre O. Philippe’s documentary would seem a must-see for fans of the yellow brick road or the Great Northern Hotel of Twin Peaks. If only.
More often than not, the message from the US healthcare system to endometriosis sufferers is that their pain is all in their heads.
Stehrenberger’s ability to capture the essence of a film in a single image has made her one of the most sought-after poster designers in the industry.
A new Criterion Channel film collection spanning five decades examines the pressing existential questions surrounding artificial intelligence today.
The new documentary Close to Vermeer chronicles the making of the exhibition that brought over half a million visitors to the Amsterdam museum.
Director Sean Claffey’s Americonned foregrounds real stories and the ripple effects that place working-class people in crisis.
Showing Up, directed by Kelly Reichardt, uniquely tells a story of an artist working far from any monetary goals or God complex.
Wang Bing’s Youth (Spring) looks at China’s young textile workers who have migrated from rural homes to stitch mass-produced children’s clothes.
Anger plumbed the depths of the dark side of humanity and of the film medium’s potential to make both angels and demons.
The New York Arab Festival is concluding its second edition with a screening of nine short films at the Museum of the Moving Image.
Victim/Suspect reveals the extent to which women are vulnerable to pressures to take the blame, and even serve time, for their own violent rapes.
While on its surface the film follows selfless caregivers, dig a tad deeper and troubling aspects begin to bubble up.