If you see something, say something: Michael I. Schiller on surveillance and THE AFTER PARTY.
The boldness of vision found in Toronto’s experimental showcase often defies description.
Continuing the countdown of challenging films.
For an experimental filmmaker, films don’t ‘do,’ they ‘are.’
Martina Kudláček’s new film offers the bracing yet affable truth about Peter Kubelka.
Artists working on either side of the digital divide explore the lyrical allure of the ‘actuality’ film.
On being an exile in Hollywood.
Festival director Bryan Wendorf speaks on native formats, archival classics and his embrace of digital.
Indecipherable by design, works by women of the avant-garde continue to fascinate in an all-too-literal age.
Lists and notes on the best scenes and top performances of 2012.
Marking cinematic time with Christian Marclay’s infinitely fascinating THE CLOCK.
Lawrence Jordan, peaking in his seventh decade, shares tricks of his very unique trade.