‘I have to confess that I make films about the masses, that the masses, as a rule, don’t watch.’
Critics, directors and the making of monumental, mysterious, dreamlike images.
There’s a reason Roger Ebert called it “the great American documentary.”
Numerical landmarks don’t say as much about art as they once did. So what?
Les Blank’s long-shelved, much-awaited A POEM IS A NAKED PERSON gets its day in theaters.
Sean Baker’s generous cinema maps human geography.
1919 to 2015: a graphic guide, from the Kinsey Report to the Supreme Court.
A valley obscured by clouds in Sidney J. Furie’s THE LEATHER BOYS.
The enduring legacy of the co-founder of the Cinémathèque Française.
When truth needs to be told, evidence matters.
On the difference between true vision and calculated self-awareness.
This sweeping romance by Quebecois filmmaker Xavier Dolan will seem completely familiar to you and yet still completely fresh.