After 2020’s virtual festival and 2021’s severely abridged edition, Art of the Real is back with a full slate of exciting experimental nonfiction.
Film at Lincoln Center is presenting the seventh edition of Art of the Real, featuring Sky Hopinka, Jessica Sarah Rinland, and more.
Breathless Animals, premiering in the US as part of the Art of the Real festival, captures the cadence of nonlinear memory.
In his documentary Victory Day, Ukrainian director Sergei Loznitsa unflinchingly captures a ceremony in Berlin commemorating the Soviet defeat of the Nazis.
The 2016 impeachment of Dilma Rousseff looms over Adirley Quierós’s new movie Once There Was Brasília.
A new documentary made up solely of footage of the tennis star shot in 1984 is a meditation on the psycho-dramatics of sports and a pure celebration of the body in motion.
Two films marking a new phase of Heinz Emigholz’s prolific career are being screened at the Film Society of Lincoln Center’s Art of the Real series.
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.
The texture and peculiarity of history, place, and the everyday color a ruminative set of short films in this year’s Art of the Real at the Film Society of Lincoln Center.
Ever-moving, ever-changing — that’s the cinema of Bruce Baillie.
Real, surreal, not quite real, a spectacular con — truth is found in many forms.