Bill Morrison’s newest work, Dawson City: Frozen Time, tells the story of an unlikely triumph for film preservation and history.
In a video and performance, artist Monet Clark uses the character of a Playboy Bunny to navigate the Anthropocene, a situation of political pitfalls and environmental catastrophe.
The only surviving 35mm print of Slava Tsukerman’s cult film Liquid Sky will have its final public screenings at Quad Cinema before being permanently retired.
BAMcinématek’s series showcases cast members’ most memorable roles outside the show, crossing decades and genres.
With Ridley Scott’s prequel Alien: Covenant being released this week, it’s worth revisiting the documentary on the painter H.R. Giger, who inspired the series’ aesthetic.
Louise Lawler’s A Movie Will Be Shown Without the Picture, which recently “screened” at the Museum of Modern Art, a film is played in a cinema with only its soundtrack.
BAM concludes its remarkable Leslie Thornton retrospective with a hefty pairing of digressive, serious works.
Laurie Simmons’s new feature film, My Art, screening at the Tribeca Film Festival, includes many metafictional nods to the artist’s real life.
Two films marking a new phase of Heinz Emigholz’s prolific career are being screened at the Film Society of Lincoln Center’s Art of the Real series.
A biographical film about the Finnish adman and expert draughtsman who made exquisite drawings of explicit gay erotic encounters is playing at the Tribeca Film Festival.
Playing at Film Society of Lincoln Center’s Art of the Real series, This Is the Way I Like It II is a playful, entangled follow-up to Ignacio Agüero’s 1985 film.
Blurred Lines: Inside the Art World, showing at the Tribeca Film Festival, is a successful crash course in the forces shaping the art market that fails to go deeper.