In Brooklyn, a screening of the new documentary Joonam brought the city’s Iranian diaspora together in a celebration of art, culture, and identity.
Long before Greta Gerwig’s movie, artists were critiquing Barbie’s influence on women — and Mattel didn’t always approve.
The Five Demands, now playing in New York, feels more pressing than ever in the wake of the Supreme Court ruling against affirmative action.
Anger plumbed the depths of the dark side of humanity and of the film medium’s potential to make both angels and demons.
A festival opening this week at Film Forum highlights NYC-based, critically acclaimed films throughout the decades, from Scorsese to blaxploitation.
There’s room for everyone in Barbie’s world, from Flavor Flav to the cast of Succession.
Maya Deren: Choreographed for Camera depicts how the artist’s life and ideas cemented her place as a champion and influencer of culture.
The theater’s Ciné-Real film club aims to preserve the beauty of celluloid in a consistently digitizing world.
In the artist’s first feature-length film, Ladies Lair Lake, the choice to not have children is presented as valid and dignified.
Jafar Panahi was arrested last July, after he participated in protests at the notorious Evin prison.
A festival dedicated to Davinci’s The King Show celebrates the LA artist’s trippy remixing of stock footage, Hollywood cinema, and theater.
Letters Unwritten to Naiyer Masud attempts to peer into the late writer Naiyer Masud’s concealed world.