Anthology Film Archives’ complete retrospective of the influential Canadian experimental filmmaker includes many exceptionally rare titles.
The documentary short Bounty and its accompanying website make a potent statement from the Penobscot Nation that they are still here.
In the films of Mike Mills, sensitive male characters reckon with who they are when who they are doesn’t seem to measure up.
The ‘People’s Princess’ features in multiple documentaries, trendy fashion lines, prestige TV, and now a biopic starring Kristen Stewart. What’s behind the new Diana mania?
As long as wars have been fought, wars have needed to be sold. And just like with weapons, the US armed forces have long been on the cutting edge of propaganda.
The Japanese filmmaker’s international profile has skyrocketed over the past year thanks to his new films Drive My Car and Wheel of Fortune and Fantasy, both of which are now hitting theaters.
An exhibition at the San Francisco Opera House pairs the work of incarcerated artists with Beethoven’s story of unjust imprisonment.
A man says Blue Bayou took details of his life without his permission. Several women who appear in the documentary Sabaya say they did not consent to be filmed. How can filmmakers avoid these ethical pitfalls?
Hung Liu, an artist who “defied the stereotype that’s thrust on Asian women.”
With films touching on protest in France, China’s one-child policy, and Indigenous life in Canada, the 2021 Currents program stays both culturally and politically forward-thinking.
Much of what the media deems important coverage of the attacks is in fact retraumatizing gawking or empty nationalism.
“March Through Time,” an interactive educational experience inside the popular online game, recreates the March on Washington, with embarrassing results.