Management canceled a Q&A with the creators of the 1979 film The Wobblies over concerns that it would be “co-opted by activists,” said the film’s distributor.
No Name Cinema defies mainstream rules and norms at every turn.
The Dorothy dress, one of only four known to remain in existence, could fetch up to $1.2 million.
On the bicentennial of the nation’s independence, the Brooklyn Academy of Music will show six films traversing six decades of Brazilian cinema.
A history of the Golden Age of Hollywood from the perspective of someone who worked behind the scenes.
Assyriologist and associate professor Martin Worthington, who worked on translations for the Marvel movie, created the first film entirely in Babylonian in 2018.
Does the Academy Museum exhibition successfully plumb the depths of Miyazaki’s psyche?
Two recent films about Deaf culture have been lauded by hearing audiences, but set deafness and music at odds in superficial ways.
From 1963 through 1968, Warhol produced nearly 650 films, including hundreds of Screen Tests and dozens of full-length movies.
Where are the directors taking the stage to acknowledge workers’ demands today?
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.