Presented by Japan Society and the Agency for Cultural Affairs in association with the Visual Industry Promotion Organization (VIPO), this hybrid film series continues through December 23.
The annual event from the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian celebrates the best in Native film. 47 titles are available to stream starting November 12.
“Harmony” celebrates the joy of music and the creation of handcrafted instruments while “Jewelry” explores the history, artistry, and impact of personal adornment.
In this award-winning cinematic omnibus, the acclaimed director reimagines an archive of the Black experience through original visions of a radical past.
North America’s largest festival of contemporary Japanese cinema streams online throughout the US with screenings in-person at Japan Society from August 20–September 2
Ice is both all around and constantly disappearing in Iva Radivojević’s lyrical ode to this vital and beautiful element.
All four films featured in Art in Focus: The Provocation of Conditions can be viewed exclusively on the center’s website from June 21 through August 23.
Presented as part of the American Women’s History Initiative, On Black Interiority will take place on May 6 at 5:30pm.
“Margaret Salmon: On Motherhood and the Everyday” will take place on April 1 at 5pm.
From March 1 to 21, watch online screenings hosted by the Smithsonian American Art Museum and attend weekly conversations with the artists and museum curators.
Using sounds, textures, and multi-layered images, Almanza Pereda’s film is both subtle documentary and lyrical abstraction. Catch the premiere on Black Cube’s YouTube channel on February 26 at 7pm MST.
21st Century Japan: Films From 2001–2020 presents a wide-ranging selection of films celebrating the last two decades of Japanese cinema, streaming online February 5–25.