Her short film Quiet As It’s Kept captures the essence of Morrison’s first novel with the same foreboding precision.
The Black Women’s Film Conference is showcasing films about Black coming of age and transcendence, and is hosting a series of conversations between filmmakers, scholars, and curators.
Year after year, True/False has provided a forum for filmmakers, critics, and viewers to do the work of considering documentary outside of its traditional boundaries.
Some of the best films at the Montreal International Documentary Festival explored themes of wasted potential and the relationship between humanity and the planet.
Hyperallergic talks to artist and filmmaker Ja’Tovia Gary about her award-winning short The Giverny Document and negotiating power in film.