From a film on basketball legend Kobe Bryant to an adaptation of Roald Dahl poems, this is the first crop of nominees in many years without a single dud.
The 21st edition of the Mostra de Cinema de Tiradentes film festival reflected Brazil’s volatile social and political climate, while avoiding the conventions of poverty porn.
The Museum of Modern Art is screening Ed Wood’s 1959 cult classic, Plan 9 from Outer Space.
Studio 54 tells the story of an infamous disco club brought down by excess, but redeemed by its embrace of diversity, sexual liberation, and a sense of community.
Film Forum’s retrospective marking the centennial of the Swedish auteur’s birth includes 48 of his films, which we’ve dutifully ranked from best to worst.
A program of experimental American animation at the Quad is a gift, and a riotous romp through a pre-digital creative movement.
Kusama – Infinity spotlights both the artist’s radically successful career and how art can be a method of healing.
A new series at Metrograph features documentaries made by women directors — from Chantal Akerman and Peggy Ahwesh to Yvonne Rainer and Claire Simon — about women’s lives.
In short, the visuals far outmaneuver the storyline.
Have a Nice Day is a stark, ruthless, and true-to-life movie about people living on the urban-rural fringe of China today.
The Price of Everything, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, looks at the trends and gambles of the art market.
For the first documentary ever made about Beuys, director Andres Veiel dug into the archives, creating a film that is 95% footage of the artist.