A documentary about the canonic thinker, shot mostly in her home office, seems straightforward at first, then jellyfish start shimmering across the screen.
Two films by Varda, made in California 12 years apart, are screening this Friday at the Anthology Film Archives.
The series Cross-Dressing and Drag on Screen at the Anthology Film Archives highlights drag’s ubiquity across time, place, and social milieu.
Anthology Film Archives’ latest series explores fictional, factual, and farcical portrayals of monkeys in movies.
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.
Robert Kramer’s 1969 film Ice, about a group of revolutionaries in New York City, is part of a series of dystopian movies screening at Anthology Film Archives to coincide with Donald Trump’s inauguration.
David Daniels’s animation is explosive.
On the recent Friday the 13th, Jack Smith’s disembodied voice rattled through Anthology Film Archives.
Eric Mitchell once described his 1978 No Wave film Kidnapped as “a 1960s underground movie happening today.”
Prolific 20th-century polymath Harry Smith picked up every paper airplane he saw on the streets of Manhattan from 1961 to 1983.
Luther Price keeps you guessing.
Even for a jaded explorer in cinema’s nether regions, Northville Cemetery Massacre is a sleazy trip. “It’s a pretty nasty exploitation film,” Jon Dieringer, the programmer behind Anthology Film Archives’ current series, Industrial Terror, concedes, before detailing the specifics: rape, police brutality, and Detroit’s Scorpion Motorcycle Club.