São Paulo’s Cinemateca Brasileira is the latest cultural organization threatened by preventable fires in Brazil.
Artists, art lovers, and employees expressed disbelief and outrage, saying the programs were ones that genuinely included the community.
Ena Sendijarević’s debut feature, Take Me Somewhere Nice, follows a young Bosnian refugee as she sets off to visit a native country she no longer knows.
Stratman captures charged, if overlooked, histories of Illinois, from the Trail of Tears to Chicago’s Black Panther headquarters.
Gunda and Stray reveal how difficult it is not to romanticize the lives of other animals.
The BIPOC documentarian collective Beyond Inclusion has drafted an open letter to the broadcaster.
Preparations to Be Together for an Unknown Time and My Little Sister are complicated films about complicated people.
What begins as a trenchant exploration of losing a child becomes a Lifetime-esque affair that strays so sharply from a mother’s grief that it feels a bit like a betrayal.
The New Bauhaus traces the artist’s journey from joining the Bauhaus in Weimar, Germany to founding the New Bauhaus in Chicago.
In Stanya Kahn’s earlier films, Los Angeles seems ready to spark a revolution at any moment. But in the newest adventure, the urban sprawl creeps into the inhabitants’ states of mind, and everything languishes.
The breadth of the Balzer Collection will be a valuable resource for the Academy Museum in telling a more holistic story about cinema’s development.
Timed for Sukkot, a Jewish “festival of joy,” a film project asks us to not only listen to our elders but reach out to them — especially now.