On the secret logic within THE STRANGE CASE OF DR. JEKYLL AND MISS OSBOURNE.
What’s the crucial ingredient in David Lynch’s disorienting cinema?
The brilliantly no-nonsense filmmaking of Christian Petzold.
Video Diary #2: ‘The camera and its placement should bow to where the actors naturally find themselves.’
Or, how vérité cinema became even more direct, unmediated and, most importantly, personal.
Tracking the evolution of technology and humankind in Spike Jonze films.
Factoring labor into the creation of objects we buy and use.
It’s all about the eyes in Satyajit Ray’s THE BIG CITY.
HOOP DREAMS captures the yearning, struggle, bitter disappointment and hard-earned wisdom of growing up.
An ode to Ornette Coleman and the freewheeling, intuitive Shirley Clarke feature that captured his spirit.