Sometimes we go to the movies to laugh. Other times to cry. In the case of Margarethe von Trotta’s Hannah Arendt, it’s the perfect film for those wh..
We’ve always wondered what was lurking behind Gregory Crewdson’s eerie and arresting photographs, and now thanks to filmmaker Ben Shapiro, the veil ..
Oslo, August 31st is Norwegian filmmaker Joachim Trier’s effective follow-up to his acclaimed 2006 debut, Reprise. Re-teaming the filmmaker with gif..
For his third film, Andrey Zvyagintsev (The Return) pulls focus on the class divide in modern Russia. Elena, winner of the “Un Certain Regard” Speci..
Ai WeiWei: Never Sorry, a riveting portrait of the charismatic and outspoken Chinese artist, is a great example of a filmmaker being in the right pl..
“Sick” is probably the best word to describe the trailer for this epic snowboarding documentary. Produced by Red Bull Media House, The Art of FLIGHT..
Heidi Ewing and Rachel Grady, the Oscar-nominated duo behind Jesus Camp, have another winner on their hands with Detropia. Once a kingpin in the aut..
On surface, Tom Sachs’ Space Program is a space-themed art project, but at its core, the artist and bricoleur is propagating a cult to realize his i..