Even with a tighter virtual program, IFFR is still setting the standard for this year’s arthouse film slate.
The short film Egg Cream explores the history of the Downtown Jewish concoction.
Ulman’s feature debut chronicles a mother-daughter pair in post-recession Spain with a restrained style and hints of amusing deception.
French Institute Alliance Française’s essential festival returns with a surplus of US premieres and a series paying tribute to Paul Grimault, one of France’s most accomplished animators.
Anthology Film Archives delves into the oft-misunderstood political philosophy in a new online screening series.
Theo Anthony unpacks the fraught history that has brought us the body camera in his documentary All Light, Everywhere, which recently premiered at Sundance.
Here are some important titles you should seek out in the Criterion Channel’s Afrofuturism series.
Much as the documentary Ailey delights and inspires, it also evokes a sense of wistfulness by privileging the choreographer’s public persona at the expense of Alvin the man.
Playing at the Sundance Film Festival, the Brazilian drama will make you wonder if writer/director Iuli Gerbase is a prophet.
In the docuseries Pretend It’s a City, cultural commentator Fran Lebowitz leads a talking tour of the city.
In chronicling the Rock Against Racism movement of the ’70s, White Riot sounds a warning for our own times.
After a successful run in 2020, the online repertory series My Sight is Lined with Visions returns for a full year of rotating programs.