Breathless Animals, premiering in the US as part of the Art of the Real festival, captures the cadence of nonlinear memory.
Five films that inspired Lanthimos’s Oscar-nominated The Favourite portray humans who seem to be putting on their bodies and native tongues for the very first time.
Standouts at this year’s New York Film Festival range from a Vincent van Gogh biopic by Julian Schnabel to a documentary on free jazz, with a range of great, art-inflected offerings in between.
The 2016 impeachment of Dilma Rousseff looms over Adirley Quierós’s new movie Once There Was Brasília.
The dancer, choreographer, and filmmaker looks back on her career in light of her film retrospective starting at the Film Society of Lincoln Center.
Jung Yoon-Suk’s documentary Bamseom Pirates Seoul Inferno tells the story of the college punk duo Bamseom Pirates and the arrest of the band’s producer after posting controversial tweets.
The Film Society of Lincoln Center is presenting A Vision of Resistance: Peter Nestler , the first large retrospective dedicated to the filmmaker in the US.
Playing at Film Society of Lincoln Center’s Art of the Real series, This Is the Way I Like It II is a playful, entangled follow-up to Ignacio Agüero’s 1985 film.
In Strong Island, Yance Ford lays out the peculiar circumstances that surrounded his brother’s murder in 1992, and the void left in its wake.
Yuri Ancarani’s documentary The Challenge immerses viewers in the dazzling subculture of ultra-wealthy sheiks who practice falconry.
Bertrand Bonello’s Nocturama follows a group of Parisians as they plan and carry out coordinated terrorist attacks and then hole up in a luxury department store.
The texture and peculiarity of history, place, and the everyday color a ruminative set of short films in this year’s Art of the Real at the Film Society of Lincoln Center.