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POTUS in Focus: Penny Lane and OUR NIXON

September 16, 2014

Penny Lane, at play with primary sources and vivid soundscapes, brings Richard Nixon and staff to life.

A Lifelong Backwoods Musical Quest

September 15, 2014
THIS AIN'T NO MOUSE MUSIC

Record producer Chris Strachwitz reluctantly accepts the spotlight in THIS AIN’T NO MOUSE MUSIC.

The Journey Down from the Manakamana Temple: Stephanie Spray and Pacho Velez

September 12, 2014
MANAKAMANA

Of their structural work with ethnographic depth, Stephanie Spray says, ‘Enjoy the ride.’

Bruno Forzani: This Old (Surrealist) House

September 4, 2014

Getting lost in the labyrinth with Bruno Forzani and THE STRANGE COLOR OF YOUR BODY’S TEARS.

Treasure Hunting with the Zellners

September 3, 2014
KUMIKO THE TREASURE HUNTER

‘Inspiration is everywhere. You just have to keep your eyes and your mind open.’

Telluride: Maddin and Morgan’s Mountain Fever, Part Two

August 30, 2014

Guest Directors Guy Maddin and Kim Morgan bring seedy beauty, early-talkie heartbreak to the storied film festival.

Telluride: Maddin and Morgan’s Mountain Fever

August 29, 2014

Guest Directors Guy Maddin and Kim Morgan bring seedy beauty, early-talkie heartbreak to the storied film festival.

Telluride Film Festival: Origins

August 28, 2014
Telluride Film Festival

Bill and Stella Pence talk about Telluride’s beginnings: ‘We thought it would be a one-time, cool event. But it just kept going.’

Ira Sachs and a Love Apart

August 22, 2014

There’s nothing strange about Ira Sachs’ warmly embraced love-in-times-of-trouble film.

Larry Fessenden: Taking Genre Seriously

August 13, 2014
THE INKEEPERS

On turning horror inside out.

REWIND: Robert Drew and a Whole New Way of Seeing

July 30, 2014
ROBERT DREW

‘My view was to get the camera moving with people through stories.’

Rewind: The Assassinated Light of Hugues de Montalembert and Gary Tarn

July 25, 2014
BLACK SUN

Gary Tarn and Hugues de Montalembert on how remarkable audio brings ‘vision’ into focus.