A new book looks at a heady time in the 1960s, when avant-garde Japanese artists explored genre-blending intermedia and expanded cinema.
A new website dedicated to the pioneering Black filmmaker collates hundreds of valuable resources about his work.
Experimental director Simon Liu’s shorts seek “a new lexicon of approaches” to the city.
Among the shorts playing the 2020 New York Film Festival, those in the New York Stories block embody the spirit of a city erroneously declared dead, offering studies in movement and character.
Highlights included Ephraim Asili’s striking debut feature The Inheritance and Nicolás Pereda’s Fauna, an inventive story within a story.
After Civilization, a free, month-long film series presented by Maysles Documentary Center, explores broader questions of what if and what now.
My Sight is Lined with Visions presents films from the Asian American indie/arthouse wave of the ’90s. Hyperallergic talked to programmers Keisha Knight and Abby Sun about complicating ideas of cultural celebration.
This weekend, the collective COUSIN presents film by directors they’ve commissioned new work from, including Colectivo Los Ingrávidos, seth cardinal dodginghorse, and more.
Screening as part of Images Festival, Ayo Akingbade’s trilogy No News Today offers an incisive glimpse at the British Nigerian filmmaker’s hometown.
This first volume of the filmmaker’s journals charts his progress from immigrant life in Williamsburg to the center of the American avant-garde.
We reached out to artists, filmmakers, and Hyperallergic contributors to assemble a list of what we’ve been sharing on our networks, after finding inspiration in Kate Lain’s “Cabin Fever” playlist.
Sky Hopinka’s rapturous feature-length debut, małni—towards the ocean, towards the shore, which premiered at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, elaborates on his previous explorations of Chinuk Wawa while hewing to a more linear structure.