Becca Willow Moss muses on how her work as a camgirl informs her work as an actor and director.
Starting January 23, Women In Public will explore themes of place and wandering with a focus on the female experience, featuring screenings, a lecture, and a workshop.
The veteran film editor speaks to Hyperallergic about her love of organization and her collaborations with Chantal Akerman.
Seeking to upend the male-dominated canon but directed by a man, Women Make Film: A New Road Movie Through Cinema defies some hierarchies while reinforcing others.
Director Catherine Hébert talks to Hyperallergic about her new documentary Ziva Postec and the mystique of film editing.
Almost four years after her death, My Mother Laughs, the last book by the pioneering director, has been translated into English.
Robert Bresson’s Notes on the Cinematograph, first published in 1975 and about to be reissued by New York Review Books, is not a manifesto or unified theory.
Using salvaged machines and a hand-cranked camera, conservators at the George Eastman Museum created the first strip of 35mm motion-picture film not produced by a commercial company.
Can’t figure out how to fill up your culture diet this weekend? We’ve got your back, with Williamsburg Gallery Night going down tonight and Man Bartlett’s 140 hour-long Berlin performance streaming all weekend, plus Su Friedrich’s MICROSCOPE Gallery opening and the Seven on Seven art-tech collaborative event on Saturday.