In a new documentary, Tuscan townspeople turn the crises of their lives into the stuff of drama.
In the documentary Spettacolo, the people of Monticchiello see art as a tool to promote populism.
In the aftermath of the sublimely ominous and abstract episode “Part 8” (aka “Gotta Light”), Metrograph organized a wide-ranging program of related films and video art.
The George Eastman Museum’s Technicolor Online Research Archive has newly digitized documents from 1914 to 1955, chronicling the development of Technicolor film.
Set in the eponymous Indiana town, Kogonada’s Columbus is a film about architecture with an Asian American aesthetic.
Wojciech Puś’s Endless is loosely based on the life of a trans woman, but it is not about a journey from point A to point B.
In a new short documentary, Lisanne Skyler follows the trajectory of a Warhol sculpture her father bought when she was an infant.
Film Forum is paying tribute to the actress, director, and producer who made over 130 films at a time when women behind the camera were rare.
Adapted from a play, Bronx Gothic is a must-see film that will linger with you for days.
The moving image artist’s 2002 video *Corpus Callosum launches an onslaught of video effects at indifferent office workers and couch potatoes.
The way director Michael Almereyda mines images of Hampton Fancher’s decades of acting work makes Escapes unique among film industry documentaries.
John Berger’s attraction to the primacy of storytelling led him to the Swiss filmmaker Alain Tanner, who together collaborated on a series of three films, now showing at Metrograph.