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.
A complex portrait of the photographer emerges in the documentary All Things are Photographable directed by Sasha Waters Freyer.
In the documentary Leaning into the Wind, the celebrated sculptor and environmental artist muses on the impermanence of his art.
Film Forum’s retrospective marking the centennial of the Swedish auteur’s birth includes 48 of his films, which we’ve dutifully ranked from best to worst.
For the first documentary ever made about Beuys, director Andres Veiel dug into the archives, creating a film that is 95% footage of the artist.
A new trailer shared exclusively with Hyperallergic gives a glimpse of Beuys, a new documentary about the legendary conceptual artist.
Film Forum is paying tribute to the actress, director, and producer who made over 130 films at a time when women behind the camera were rare.
Adapted from a play, Bronx Gothic is a must-see film that will linger with you for days.
The dancer and choreographer’s breakout solo performance Bronx Gothic is the subject of a new documentary by Andrew Rossi at Film Forum.
Recent documentaries about two well-known female painters make for a potent double bill at Film Forum.