Ken Burns and Lynn Novick’s latest PBS series does a good job of telling the writer’s life story, but doesn’t probe his thornier aspects.
Bill Traylor: Chasing Ghosts works with the scant available details of the artist’s life to tell his story.
In a Hyperallergic exclusive, Lee muses on the aftermath of the Atlanta spa shootings and how the media imagines Asian Americans.
The new film festival Prismatic Ground has put together a terrific inaugural online slate, featuring Lynne Sachs, Bill Morrison, Fox Maxy, and more.
The underrated streaming platform is the only subscription-based home for these titles.
The BIPOC documentarian collective Beyond Inclusion has drafted an open letter to the broadcaster.
The International Federation of Film Archives has devised the Programming Game, an easy way for curators, scholars, and fans to build a streaming series with free databases.
With Untitled Pizza Movie, David Shapiro spotlights a slice of NYC life.
Now playing at MoMA’s Doc Fortnight, the exciting documentary chronicles the Japanese women’s volleyball team’s path to victory at the 1964 Summer Olympics.
Live TikToks featuring séances, “hauntings,” and other spooky things are becoming incredibly popular.
Flaherty NYC’s spring streaming program brings together a series of shorts on how humans navigate digital environments.
The docuseries is the latest look back at the Woody Allen scandal. But do these projects really come from a more enlightened perspective?