In a new video essay, contributor Sean Maymon discusses the depiction of mental illnesses in Martin Scorsese’s Taxi Driver and The Aviator.
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.
Resident Video is a monthly series that provides exclusive access to films from emerging artists. This month, we bring you Kyusik Gam’s The Voice.
Part of our Teach-In series, Jerome McDonnell, host of WBEZ’s Worldview, talks with writer and filmmaker Enno Schmidt.
Jill Godmilow’s SCUM Manifesto is a modern retelling of Valerie Solanas’s original feminist text. With the release of the latest version, the manifesto has left its mark on literary and cinematic history.
Resident Video is a monthly series that provides exclusive access to films from emerging artists. This month, we bring you an early look at Charles Cadkin and Rob Hunt’s Rust Belt.
Who could say no to free, when you’re making a film with little to no budget? Find out the best cross-platform, open-source software programs accessible for the filmmaker in all of us.
Contributor Lee Kolcz weighs out the benefits and disadvantages of cinema adopting a more innovative marketing strategy that mirrors the music industry’s inclination towards hype and surprise.
Resident Video is a monthly series that provides exclusive access to films from emerging artists. This month we bring you an advanced copy of Jesseca Simmons’ Emerald Ice.
Check out what films the Vidéothèque team watched for the first time, re-watched, and made them say, “Never again.”