Film programmer Inney Prakash talks to Hyperallergic about what it takes to start a new film festival solo during a pandemic.
Hyperallergic talks to director Sierra Pettengill about her documentary Riotsville, USA, which finds the roots of modern policing techniques in the 1960s
The founders of Museum Crisis Center discuss what they are doing to help museum staff and save Ukraine’s cultural heritage.
Charlie Shackleton talks to Hyperallergic about his performance piece As Mine Exactly and the challenges of virtual reality filmmaking.
Director Christine Turner explains to Hyperallergic how her documentary short interrogates the white gaze and seeks to reaffirm some ugly truths about the past.
In the wake of the film’s nomination for the Best Documentary Feature Oscar, Stanley Nelson and Traci Curry speak to Hyperallergic about the uprising’s ongoing relevance.
The collective wisdom that she acquired through the diasporic Black American experience of womanhood allowed her to recall her value and humanity, which she poured into her art.
The filmmaker talks to Hyperallergic about the second season of his HBO show How To with John Wilson and going down every rabbit hole he can find.
Afghan refugee Amin didn’t feel comfortable telling director Jonas Poher Rasmussen his story without a way to conceal his identity. Rasmussen explains the process to Hyperallergic.
A conversation with Richard Kraft about his artist book in which he created penalty flags for nearly 10,000 of Trump’s misdeeds.
Hyperallergic speaks to Maya Cade, creator of the Black Film Archive, about showcasing an “abundance of Blackness across time.”
“I think addiction is a part of life. We get addicted to things in ways that each have pros and cons.”