The artist’s solo US museum debut at the Baltimore Museum of Art is a contemptuous, at times satirical, take on oppression that gives way to a new history.
Rachel Lears’s new film To the End is optimistic, perhaps to a fault.
Whether documentary, experimental, or somewhere in between, there is no shortage of intriguing Dominican films through which to consider life on the island.
Sama Alshaibi’s Four Series draws on historical sources, contexts, and techniques to articulate the definitions and exploitations of freedom.
Mayor Pete tries to make the case for the bland presidential candidate whom few voted for as some kind of gamechanger.
A new HBO film introduces a level of nuance to its depiction of the president that’s been sorely lacking in most portrayals.
Here are some movies that put the “fun” in “definitely functioning democracy!”
The venerable documentarian’s latest, City Hall, is an epic look at the workings of local civics in Boston, Massachusetts.
Armajani passed away in his home on August 27. His last artworks focused on immigration and the threats to American liberty.
The documentary #Unfit is the latest attempt to explain Trump’s destructive policies via psychology. This only ever causes more harm than good, especially for people with confirmed mental illnesses.
While Jackie O rose to the occasion, Melania’s redesign reinforced her reputation for severity in her style choices.
For the new documentary Boys State, directors Jesse Moss and Amanda McBaine use a long-running youth program to examine US democracy. The result is is both comedy and horror.