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.
UCLA’s “Engaging Living Religion” will look at how religious beliefs are presented and explored in museum galleries.
On the eve of Kamala Harris’s historic inauguration, Protect Black Women highlights the lives and interiority of those who have “historically been the most vulnerable.”
Film at Lincoln Center is presenting works by editor, producer, director, and professor Sam Pollard.
Online this year, the Museum of Modern Art’s Contenders program features all the best bets for the imminent film awards season.
Suzanne Lacy and her students suggest that screens can help us become more empathetic and aware of “each other’s practices, and realities.”
The Bronx Documentary Center’s latest exhibition examines the ongoing degradation of media standards in the US.
With The Lotus Effect, the Rubin Museum of Art invites participants to stop and recenter.
“Sisters With Transistors,” a documentary from Lisa Rovner and narrated by Laurie Anderson, delves into a fascinating history.
“Melting Animals,” an online program by the Memorial Art Gallery at the University of Rochester, presents works by Jodie Mack and other unconventional animators.
Peter Williams, Laura Krifka, and others talk about the art they’ve made these past few months, now on view at Luis De Jesus Los Angeles.
The Maysles Documentary Center’s online series Gimme 50 surveys work by Madeline Anderson, William Greaves, Chris Marker, and more