“Filming in a kitchen is like working with a ballet or theater company,” the filmmaker told Hyperallergic in an interview for the release of his new film Menus-Plaisirs Les Troisgros.
Israelism follows two young Jewish Americans whose perception of Israel changes once they see how the nation treats Palestinians.
The short film The Family Statement centers on private messages between the Sacklers unsealed as part of Purdue Pharma’s 2020 bankruptcy case.
How to Have an American Baby exposes a Chinese business that cares only for the bottom line, and a private US hospital system more than happy to serve patients paying cash.
Cultural groups and artists are withdrawing from the film festival over allegations of institutional censorship of the Palestinian liberation movement.
Subject’s premise is novel and has potential, but for all the film’s discussion of ethics, it has its own failings.
The world’s largest documentary film festival is back with over 250 films that expand and experiment with the genre.
Pictures of Ghosts is concerned not just with how cinema makes memory tangible, but also how we historically have interacted with it.
In The Pigeon Tunnel, documentarian Errol Morris attempts to suss out what makes the famed spy novelist tick.
Michal Weits’s Blue Box, in which she grapples with her great-grandfather’s role in the mass displacement of Palestinians, doesn’t go quite far enough.
D. Scott’s documentary on Black trans sex workers is as sunny as it is sobering, a film that refuses to moralize.
During the Bosnian War, somewhat astonishingly, numerous filmmakers in Sarajevo refused to put down their cameras.