The opening ceremony is a giant “Welcome!” party thrown by the host country. How did Japan welcome the world this year?
Returning to the Museum of Moving Image, this year’s First Look 20/21 is the largest in the festival’s history.
Garrett Bradley’s Netflix docuseries explores the tennis star as a vessel for other people’s love and aspirations.
With those who directly experienced the events dwindling in number, films about the Holocaust must now grapple with what “Never forget” truly means.
While narratives depicting the Holocaust present fixed versions of events, testimonial films tend to be more open-ended, and pose more profound questions.
The seven shorts of the anthology The Year of the Everlasting Storm are impressively varied, given the constraints under which they were made.
Since cameras were first pointed at the concentration camps, filmmakers have faced challenges in how to respectfully and meaningfully depict atrocity.
A new documentary is coming out about Bourdain, but one could learn even more about his ethos by looking at the various TV programs he hosted.
The Works and Days is a quiet epic, using its length to capture the rhythms of rural life and its desecration by urbanization better than any conventional movie could.
“You don’t need corporate validation or Hollywood validation to do something,” the pioneering No Wave filmmaker explains.
Summer of Soul, Questlove’s directorial debut, seeks to resurrect the memory of the Harlem Cultural Festival, a vital touchstone of Black music.
Beth B’s biographical documentary The War is Never Over has a DIY sensibility befitting the No Wave performer.