The latest episodes of the PBS documentary series explore the intersection between play and artistry, as well as the world of small objects and the artists who make them.
New from Field of Vision, the short film brings the billionaire family into dialogue with those living the consequences of the opioid epidemic.
For Native American Heritage Month, the Native Cinema Showcase includes over 35 free online screenings representing 22 Indigenous Nations in six different countries.
The museum celebrates the artist’s work in film over two decades with three free screenings followed by a conversation with Niro in NYC on October 7.
North America’s largest Japanese film festival presents two weeks of contemporary movies at Japan Society in NYC from July 26 through August 6.
Amanda Kim’s acclaimed documentary on the “father of video art” is now streaming on PBS platforms.
See what makes New York a Native place on the big screen at the National Museum of the American Indian from May 5 through 7.
With screenings and programs both online and in person, the oldest avant-garde and experimental film festival in North America opens March 21.
Shot in Zürich, Geneva, Basel, and Lausanne, the visual artist and poet’s new film asks: Whose dreams are we attempting to live?
The latest episode of this documentary series on PBS explores the meaning of home through handmade objects, hand built homes, and the artists who create them.
Field of Vision’s latest free streaming offering focuses on a vulnerable population put at risk, told through the stories of those inside.
For Native American Heritage Month, the Native Cinema Showcase includes over 35 free online screenings representing 30 Indigenous Nations in eight different countries.