Metrograph’s series The Process features films that were either directed by Robert M. Young or made with the help of Irving Young’s postproduction facility.
Reimagining the Archives of a Revolution
Portuguese filmmaker Filipa César, whose work is the subject of an online retrospective hosted by Metrograph, seeks to help Bissau-Guineans preserve the memory of their revolution.
Metrograph Cancels Pro-Union Documentary Event, Drawing Backlash
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.
With the World on Fire, the Glitterati Prepares for Met Gala 2022
“In America: An Anthology of Fashion” follows last year’s theme “In America: A Lexicon of Fashion.” Confused? So are we.
Yugoslavian Monuments Deliver a Message from Two Billion Years in the Future
The only film directed by composer Jóhann Jóhannsson before his death in 2018, Last and First Men is an eerie combination of sci-fi and documentary.
Werner Herzog’s Vampires, Mirages, and War Recreations
Check out these highlights of Metrograph’s new series “Whole Lotta Herzog,” collecting 16 of the eccentric director’s films.
Restored Short Films by and About Djibril Diop Mambéty, a Giant of African Cinema
Metrograph is streaming two shorts by the Senegalese director, as well as Laurence Gavron’s documentary about his process.
Films That Center and Celebrate the Might of Black Women
On the eve of Kamala Harris’s historic inauguration, Protect Black Women highlights the lives and interiority of those who have “historically been the most vulnerable.”
The Nostalgia of a Movie Theater’s Final Days
Tsai Ming-liang’s newly restored film Goodbye, Dragon Inn flips the notion of moviegoing as a sanctified experience.
Films About Voting Rights at a Time When They’re More Crucial Than Ever
Metrograph is hosting We the People: Shoestrings of Democracy, about the most basic element of democracy.
Satoshi Kon’s Sensitive Story of People on the Margins of Society
Recently restored and back in theaters, the 2003 anime film Tokyo Godfathers looks tenderly at street dwellers, who are often ignored in art and the media.
Seeing Hong Kong’s Past and Present Through Film
Metrograph’s film series To Hong Kong with Love pairs old and new films films made by Hong Kong residents, cultivating a first-person narrative of the city and its changes.