Frederick Wiseman’s Public Housing shows how Clinton-era politics shaped the experiences of low-income Black communities in deindustrialized urban areas.
The venerable documentarian’s latest, City Hall, is an epic look at the workings of local civics in Boston, Massachusetts.
The perfect movie for New York Fashion Week is 1981’s Model, Frederick Wiseman behind-the-scenes documentary on the industry.
Monrovia, Indiana isn’t quite the scintillating investigation into life in a red state that audiences might expect.
This week, almost 50 years’ worth of Wiseman documentaries went live on Kanopy, after a long period of his work being mostly inaccessible.
Anthology Film Archives’ latest series explores fictional, factual, and farcical portrayals of monkeys in movies.
National Gallery, which premiered last month at the New York Film Festival, is the most recent of Frederick Wiseman’s 40-plus documentaries that feature single institutions.