High-tech installations and interactive touch screens transform Shanghai’s movie history into a futuristic experience.
Lost, found and refurbished, TOO MUCH JOHNSON reveals a young Orson Welles familiarizing himself with the techniques that would eventually turn Hollywood filmmaking upside down.
With an utterly new way of looking, THE STRANGE LITTLE CAT turns a tiny apartment into an almost magical ecosystem.
With women’s newfound control over sexual expression, the question of what a truly progressive feminism ‘looks like’ remains open for debate.
LIFE ITSELF isn’t merely the story of a famous film critic, but a testimony to how a voice manifests itself among the people in one’s life.
Barry Jenkins’ shorts keep intimacy in cinema alive.
Dig deeper than ‘pass’ or ‘fail’ when it comes to the Bechdel Test, and you’ll find there’s a lot to learn.
Taking a close look at MY AMERICA’S panoramic landscape of contradictions.
The unprecedented role of the amateur in a film’s life cycle may radically transform the operations of the movie industry.
As Lori says, ‘You may never find an answer, because playing is the best part.’