Ottinger explores milieus often ignored in mainstream cinema.
Debuting May 1, McKenzie’s Disturbing the View takes its inspiration from New York’s “squeegee men.”
If you’re comfortable sitting in a theater again, See It Big: The Return! presents movies that deserve to be watched on a big screen.
From Afro-Brazilian celebrations to Italian immigrants, Cinelimite’s online retrospective The World Seen and Dreamt presents films documenting the culture of Espírito Santo.
The new film festival Prismatic Ground has put together a terrific inaugural online slate, featuring Lynne Sachs, Bill Morrison, Fox Maxy, and more.
Join an online, communal letter-writing session dedicated “to those who have transcended.”
Flaherty NYC’s spring streaming program brings together a series of shorts on how humans navigate digital environments.
Throughout April, Mishkin Gallery’s Critical Ecology on Film will gather artists, academics, and filmmakers for urgent screenings and conversations.
COUSIN Collective is presenting a program of shorts and other works through MoMA.
Inspired by nuclear weapon control centers, the bomb at Pioneer Works begins with the first atom bomb tests and traces its story to the present day.
“I hope that through the series, a different picture might emerge of a movement,” explains curator Teresa Kittler.
“EVERYONE WAS INVITED” promises a heartfelt celebration and opportunity to get to know this under-sung yet influential artist.