Articles by Sara Maria Vizcarrondo
‘It’s different and it’s a good time:’ Jerzy Rose’s one-of-a-kind takes on men and women.
Fond of putting his family members in front of the lens, documentarian Robert Greene widens his scope slightly with ACTRESS, an intimate and layered study of his neighbor, Brandy Burre.
THE SIXTH SIDE OF THE PENTAGON: ‘Told to us by the fifteen-year-old girl on the steps of the Pentagon: I have changed.’
With Jim Finn showing new work at the New York Film Festival, we take a look at sixteen shorts in his Lotería series.
John Hubley’s films explored creation and laughed at opposition, carving its audience tiny paths toward new ways of thinking.
Taking a close look at the ‘business’ of America.
Maybe ‘Cartoon College’ is an arty Island of Misfit Toys, but the industry isn’t and part of maturing into the field is observing that transition.
A survey of suffocation in cinema, its pleasures and its pains.
Our pleasure and guilt live together, animating our impotent little position in so many rundown theater seats.
A little ditty about defiance and futility.