The 2021 edition of the important film festival is open to viewers around the country.
There are many issues with keeping pornography in the historical record. Was anything of value lost in Pornhub’s recent massive video purge?
The Museum of the Moving Image is hosting a retrospective of Sachs’s work, including the virtual cinema debut of her latest work, Film About a Father Who.
Filmmaker Sam Pollard talks to Hyperallergic about his documentary MLK/FBI, how history repeats, and how authorities treat left- and right-wing protests differently.
The public is finally realizing what antifascists have warned for years: these symbols are rooted in American culture. Amid increased threats of violence, we need to get better at detecting them.
Film at Lincoln Center is presenting works by editor, producer, director, and professor Sam Pollard.
The Reason I Jump immerses viewers in the experiences of those on the spectrum.
Online this year, the Museum of Modern Art’s Contenders program features all the best bets for the imminent film awards season.
Sight & Sound has released its annual poll of which essays different video makers loved most. Here are some of the highlights.
Finding Yingying avoids exploiting a young woman’s abduction and murder by handling her case with compassion and delicacy.
The Bronx Documentary Center’s latest exhibition examines the ongoing degradation of media standards in the US.
The documentary No Ordinary Man is not just a biography of Billy Tipton, but also a critical lens on how culture has depicted trans men.