Jafar Panahi was arrested last July, after he participated in protests at the notorious Evin prison.
A festival dedicated to Davinci’s The King Show celebrates the LA artist’s trippy remixing of stock footage, Hollywood cinema, and theater.
Letters Unwritten to Naiyer Masud attempts to peer into the late writer Naiyer Masud’s concealed world.
While sex is clearly in its cultural flop era, intimacy with ourselves and with others is being deftly portrayed in body horrors.
The Turkish Culture Ministry has demanded its funding back on an award-winning independent film after a smear campaign by conservative media.
Whether documentary, experimental, or somewhere in between, there is no shortage of intriguing Dominican films through which to consider life on the island.
Vanessa Albury, whose eco-friendly ceramic sculptures help revive filter-feeder populations, is raising funds to complete her first film about the project.
The 26th Ji.hlava International Documentary Film Festival’s Philippines retrospective highlights early documentation of the country, local responses to the Marcos dictatorship, and contemporary work.
The story centers on a fictional TV painter who “has it all: a signature perm, custom van, and fans hanging on his every stroke.”
Artist Jesse Krimes served six years in federal prison, creating artworks while incarcerated using the bare-bones materials at his disposal.
Red Night weaves together influences from horror cinema, pop culture, and political theory.
A total of 17 films centered around Sikh history, diaspora, and innovation will be showcased at Manhattan’s Rubin Museum.