Anthology Film Archives’ complete retrospective of the influential Canadian experimental filmmaker includes many exceptionally rare titles.
Anthology Film Archives delves into the oft-misunderstood political philosophy in a new online screening series.
Stream the program January 13–26 for a rental fee of $8, with discounts available.
The award-winning film is available for streaming from November 25 through December 8, courtesy of Anthology Film Archives, the Polish Cultural Institute New York, and Outsider Pictures.
If you want a great primer on Fisk, who recently passed away, look to the documentary This is Not a Movie.
Home Truths, a new online screening series from Anthology Film Archives, acts as a resource for community information and solidarity.
The Wolf House is thick with layered references to Chile’s repression under Pinochet, but it’s not necessary to understand any of them to get the full brunt of its terrifying, intricately animated imagery.
A new retrospective at Anthology Film Archives presents the work of pioneering independent director and film essayist Mark Rappaport.
This Saturday, Anthology Film Archives presents Representations of Leaving: Queer Death and Heavens, a program of experimental shorts focused on experiences of loss, rebirth, and queer utopia.
We might think of Adam Khalil and Bayley Sweitzer’s latest as a cyborg film — both its subject matter and formal approach depend on unifying across difference, a fuck-you to essentialized binaries.
Surface Knowledge, the latest Flaherty NYC screening series, presents enthralling experimental documentary shorts which play with ways of seeing and experiencing the world.
A special screening tour of Yama — Attack to Attack offers a chance to see this extremely rare Japanese film, which was intended to be used in perpetuity to agitate on behalf of the working class.