In myriad ways, coming as it does in January, Sundance sets the stage for US cinema through the rest of the year.
Squaring the Circle (The Story of Hipgnosis) is a reasonably informative, if rather dry, look at a subject with much more potential for exploration.
Rachel Lears’s new film To the End is optimistic, perhaps to a fault.
The director sat with Hyperallergic for a conversation about the making of his new film The Velvet Underground.
EO’s universe seems a godless one; there’s no philosophical reason for the pain that human and nonhuman animals endure.
The subject matter of The Super 8 Years could not be more mundane, but the Nobel Prize-winning memoirist’s musings elevate it to something far more compelling.
All the Beauty and the Bloodshed forcefully posits multiple parallels between the world Nan Goldin grew up in and the one she fights in today.
Tsai’s style is the opposite of boring; in demanding the viewer’s attention, he allows for incredible moments of human connection and discovery.
Though not well known outside of Japan, Tsuchimoto honed an observational style of filmmaking similar to the cinema verité movement in the US and Europe, but years earlier.
With his latest film, Jafar Panahi suggests that cinema might be a great art worth fighting for, but it may not be able to save anyone.
The Computer Accent follows the pop-dance band YACHT as they use AI to help compose their 2019 album Chain Tripping.
Chinatown’s venerated Downtown Community Television Center is celebrating its 50th anniversary with a state-of-the-art cinema and community hub.