In a new video essay, contributor Sean Maymon discusses A.I. in front of and behind the camera.
Milos Stehlik, Facets Founder and Artistic Director, talks about our new era of propaganda and class issues in film.
Get a deeper look into our Summer Film School, Teach-In series, Facets Kids Oak Park Library partnership and other programs in the winter edition of Focus on Facets.
Part of our ongoing Cinema Sounds series, Emily Perez brings us “The Kelly Affair” by Be Your Own Pet, from their 2008 album Get Awkward.
Get a deeper look into CitDoc Corps, Silent Sundays, Cinémathèque premieres and other programs in the fall edition of Focus on Facets.
Resident Video is a monthly series that provides exclusive access to films from emerging artists. This month, we bring you the world premiere of Billy Feldman and Jessica Petruccelli’s Not Bad at All.
Lust, Caution received an NC-17 rating for its graphic depictions of sex. Here we analyze the narrative importance of the film’s sexually explicit scenes.
In a new Facets video essay, Teresa Fleming explores allusions to Julie Dash‘s Daughters of the Dust in Beyoncé‘s Lemonade.
Resident Video is a monthly series that provides exclusive access to films from emerging artists. This month, we bring you Hasan Demirtaş’s Tight Space.
Art is often imitation of life. Art can be many things imaginative, reclusive, interpretive and perhaps even real. Ralph Ellison and Gordon Parks in Harlem, an exhibition at the Art Institute of Chicago is by far as real as it gets.