'The Overnighters' opens October 10 through Drafthouse Films.
'Life Itself' Opens July 4 through Magnolia Pictures.
'Tim's Vermeer' opens nationwide through Sony Pictures Classics.
Filmmaking is a collaborative endeavor, but it can be highly hierarchical. In documentary cinema, the asymmetry of power is often particularly acute
“Memories, that is all you travel with,” Ibrahim Mohammed, a young man from Harar, Ethiopia, tells a much younger Mohammed Arif in Jessica Beshir’s
Summer of Soul (…Or, When the Revolution Could Not Be Televised) is the directorial debut of Ahmir "Questlove" Thompson about the Harlem Cultural
There is not a moment when Garrett Bradley’s Time could not be considered timeless. But the fact that this story is as relevant today is a tragic
Imagine this: You’ve got a great subject who’s now in her 80s. You want to tell her life story—how she left her stifling marriage at age 40 and
“ You [Americans] did it for me. You wrote Moby Dick , The Old Man and the Sea . You inspired me with this amazing literature….It was just a question
Remembering the Pact of Forgetting: 'The Silence of Others' Rewrites the History of the Franco Regime
Filmed over seven years, The Silence of Others reveals the epic struggle of victims of Spain’s 40-year dictatorship under General Francisco Franco as