Michèle Stephenson’s documentary short finds beauty in qualities of Haitian life which the Dominican government scorns.
From a documentary on annexed villages in the West Bank to a darkly comedic look at the history of the region, here’s what to watch to familiarize yourself with Palestine’s rich movie history.
MUBI gets Back in the USSR with a streaming series featuring archival documentaries by Sergei Loznitsa.
Another Screen is the new, free “irregular” streaming arm of the film journal Another Gaze.
Best-known in the West for works like The Music Room and the Apu Trilogy, here are some lesser-discussed Ray movies.
These classics were produced during Czechoslovakia’s brief political thaw in the 1960s.
The miniseries This Is a Robbery is at its best when working through the stranger details of the infamous, still-unsolved crime.
Screening at New Directors/New Films, Jessica Beshir’s film floats in the space between documentary and poetry.
These films question who can become a mother versus who has to become a mother.
Some of these films inform, others make demands for action. All fight the uncertainty and cultural denial around global warming.
From Afro-Brazilian celebrations to Italian immigrants, Cinelimite’s online retrospective The World Seen and Dreamt presents films documenting the culture of Espírito Santo.
With the 106th anniversary of the genocide approaching, here are some films which can help you better understand the events.