Lisa Hurwitz’s documentary finds some impressive interviewees, including Mel Brooks and Ruth Bader Ginsburg, to remember the bygone vending machine restaurant chain Horn & Hardart.
In the wake of the film’s nomination for the Best Documentary Feature Oscar, Stanley Nelson and Traci Curry speak to Hyperallergic about the uprising’s ongoing relevance.
Laura Wandel’s debut film examines the psychological — and physical — carnage wrought between children when grown-ups look the other way.
The gargantuan three-part documentary follows the famous, controversial rapper for 20 years, capturing his brilliance and contradictions.
The documentary Dreaming Walls contrasts the New York icon’s glory days with the current residents’ struggle to preserve the building.
In the 36 years since recording the seminal Keyboard Fantasies, Beverly Glenn-Copeland has risen from elusive singer-songwriter to global phenomenon.
Everything that distinguished director Zhang Yimou’s famed opening ceremony for the 2008 Olympics feels either lacking or missing altogether here.
Part of the glory of the film is that its heroine’s choices, however unexpected, are taken seriously.
What can be learned from just a short clip from a 1938 vacation film? The documentary Three Minutes — A Lengthening shows that it can be quite a bit.
The infamously crude TV and film franchise continues a tradition of cinematic physical comedy going back to the Silent Era.
Penélope Cruz and Milena Smit play two new mothers from very different backgrounds in the Spanish director’s latest study in female interiority.
Insurrection is a blunt effort by an artist to find a sensational edge to a national tragedy.