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.
Artist Richard Hambleton’s career took off in the 1980s, but the following decade he was wracked by addiction and destitute. A new documentary tracks his dramatic trajectory.
A new film looks at the life of the female explorer, spy, translator, and archaeologist, who’s been largely written out of history.
David Kessler spent six years filming the Pine Barrens’ landscape and its inhabitants, capturing the area in every imaginable state and season.
Maurizio Cattelan: Be Right Back makes an unconventional yet compelling case for the profundity of the artist’s elaborate sculptural jokes.
This captivating film offers a strong argument for more graphic novelists to apply their creativity to animation.
Cynthia Nixon plays the older Dickinson, portraying her as multitudinous, assertive, rebellious, principled, shrill, demure, sensitive, coy, and vain.
Little is known about Miéville, but what people are searching for can be found in her films, and has been there the whole time.
The new documentary David Lynch: The Art Life is an engrossing account of the artist’s early life, from childhood to film school.
A new documentary about the experimental musician, filmmaker, and artist, details his many influential projects while illuminating countless others we know very little about — for now.
The new film Cézanne and I focuses on the extreme temperamental differences between the two great friends, but offers few other insights.