The tools of digital filmmaking are opening film to more expressive power including in documentaries like I Am Another You, the new film by Nanfu Wang.
Why you should see what’s now playing at the Cinémathèque before the end of October.
Contributor John Maku presents a brief showcase of the expressionist style and mood of Charles Laughton’s 1955 film The Night of the Hunter.
It is time to live and let James Bond die.
What the presidential candidates’ favorite films tell us about who they really are.
Part of our ongoing Cinema Sounds series, Lee Kolcz brings us The Haxan Cloak’s 2013 album “Excavation.”
Contributor Sean Duffy gives a brief introduction to one of 2015’s most wonderful short films: Don Hertzfeldt’s animated World of Tomorrow.
Contributor Sean Duffy profiles Filmme Fatales, a feminist film zine, it’s creator Brodie Lancaster, and the publication’s place in relation to mainstreamed online feminism, hot-takes, and the new nature of online criticism.
Contributor Sean Duffy interviews Julian Antos, The Music Box Theatre‘s Technical Director, about the theater’s upcoming 70MM Film Festival.
Part of our ongoing Videotheque Vault series, Isabella Miller brings us Little Sister (Zusje) (1995), Robert Jan Westdijk’s handheld feature that challenges Lars von Trier and Thomas Vinterberg’s standard of filmic truth as outlined in their Dogme 95 Manifesto.