Film programmer Inney Prakash talks to Hyperallergic about what it takes to start a new film festival solo during a pandemic.
No Name Cinema defies mainstream rules and norms at every turn.
A vigorous advocate for the avant-garde, the filmmaker often neglected to promote himself.
The newest feature from Thai director Apichatpong Weerasethakul is a masterpiece of magical realism, and Hyperallergic’s #1 film of 2021.
Anthology Film Archives’ complete retrospective of the influential Canadian experimental filmmaker includes many exceptionally rare titles.
With films touching on protest in France, China’s one-child policy, and Indigenous life in Canada, the 2021 Currents program stays both culturally and politically forward-thinking.
With works about student protests in India, colonialism in South Korea, the history of trains in cinema, and more, this edition of Wavelengths is the festival’s best in years.
The newest feature from Leos Carax, a tempestuous romance between Adam Driver and Marion Cotillard, is gleefully strange and metafictional.
Taiwanese slow cinema luminary Tsai Ming-liang’s new film Days draws heartbreak and humanity out of activities as mundane as cooking and acupuncture.
Erika Balsom’s latest book advocates for the possibilities of film criticism — a splitting open of countless pathways that reveal and deepen but never exhaust.
Here are some cartoons outside the mainstream, from a mischievously psychosexual short to an allegory for post-WWII Europe.
The new film festival Prismatic Ground has put together a terrific inaugural online slate, featuring Lynne Sachs, Bill Morrison, Fox Maxy, and more.