Part of our ongoing From the Videotheque Vault series and in honor of PRIDE month, contributor Ashlee Jordan takes us back to the 1970s to recount the works of John Waters.
Facets’ Paul Gonter interviews three outstanding filmmakers whose films are featured in Full Spectrum Feature’s anthology Chicagoland Shorts Vol. 2, premiering May 14th at Facets Cinémathèque.
Contributor Jim Breslin examines the evolution of television over the past fifteen years and the expanded role showrunners and creators have had in shaping it.
Contributor Jim Breslin explores the social and political changes of Yugoslavian history and their effect on directors Dusan Makavejev and Emir Kusturica, particularly through their films ‘WR: Mysteries of the Organism’ and ‘Underground.’
In the wake of a constantly changing and evolving technological culture, much of the future of filmmaking lies in the hands of a new generation of innovators. Contibutor Janelle Domek interviews four up and coming local filmmakers to answer the question: what’s next?
Resident Video is a monthly series that provides exclusive access to short films from emerging artists. This month, we bring you Calum Walter’s Experiments in Buoyancy.
The final installment in a three part essay entitled In Defense of Intentional Media: On Consciousness, Entertainment, and the Detriments of Streaming.
CYQ is a guest-blogger series where Chicago-based filmmakers, artists, curators, & cultural outlets produce idiosyncratic “lists”. This installment by Andrew Mausert-Mooney and Kera MacKenzie of ACRE TV explores the concept of liveness in film.
Resident Video is a monthly series that provides exclusive access to short films from emerging artists. This month, we bring you Izik Alequin’s Freedom of Panorama.