Spike Lee’s landmark film is often remembered for its still-relevant social commentary, but its formal brilliance should not go overlooked.
Andrei Konchalovsky’s film depicts an artist full of ambition, paranoia, loathing, and regret.
The venerable documentarian’s latest, City Hall, is an epic look at the workings of local civics in Boston, Massachusetts.
Kino Now partnered with over 150 theaters in the US to launch a virtual marquee.
Film Forum’s new series Scorsese Nonfiction brings an under-discussed facet of the director’s career into focus.
For the next three weeks Film Forum presents SHITAMACHI: Tales of Downtown Tokyo, an expansive series dedicated to the city’s grittier east side, where filmmakers have long turned their lens.
To help me parse this year’s film Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am, I had a conversation with Steven G. Fullwood, an archivist, editor, publisher, and scholar, to discuss the documentary’s approach in telling the phenomenal author’s story.
Hyperallergic has the exclusive premiere of the theatrical trailer for Redoubt, in which the goddess Diana becomes a modern hunter.
Like its subject, the documentary Linda Ronstadt: The Sound of My Voice builds on familiar elements to make something new and beautiful.
We have an exclusive clip from the upcoming documentary Jay Myself, and are giving away 10 pairs of tickets for screenings at Film Forum.
Tomás Gutiérrez Alea’s The Last Supper plays as part of Film Forum’s ongoing series The Hour of Liberation: Decolonizing Cinema, 1966-1981, which presents both classic and overlooked anti-imperialist films.
Newly restored and screening tonight, I Am Cuba raises questions about the ways film negotiates authenticity.