With Feedback, Part 2, Anthology Film Archives presents experimental films that specifically bend image, sound, or both back in on themselves.
A long history of checkered reviews of the film L’Homme blessé betrays a fundamental struggle with tragedy in a queer context.
Hyperallergic talks to programmers Róisín Tapponi and Jed Rapfogel about their Anthology Film Archives retrospective and formative erotic film experiences.
Retrospectives of Chicana artist Amalia Mesa-Bains and Mohawk artist Shelley Niro are among the projects supported by the foundation.
Overlooked for too long in the experimental scene, the recently deceased German director is getting a tribute series at Anthology Film Archives.
Film programmer Inney Prakash talks to Hyperallergic about what it takes to start a new film festival solo during a pandemic.
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.