Julie Dash’s 1982 short film is sincere in its love Hollywood cinema while presenting a radical, damning critique of the industry's racism and superficial progressive values.
Kazuo Hara’s latest continues his tradition of giving his marginalized subjects a platform, as well as using their anger to galvanize his audience.
Screen Slate is partnering with Rhizome to present Cory Arcangel's indelible 2013/2014 surf of the Subway sandwich company's website: Freshbuzz (www.subway.com).
A censored TV documentary of Baldwin's 1963 tour through San Francisco has been restored and is available to stream for free
Founded in 2013, the Laboratorio Experimental de Cine is a Mexico City-based artist-run center dedicated to expanding communities of independent and experimental film through screenings, workshops, movie-making, and great parties.
How masks can evoke mystery, anonymity, impunity, and radicalized fantasies
Despite the lack of commercial visibility, William Greaves's importance as a director and cultural figure cannot be overstated. Three early shorts publicly available online help to complete the picture of his development of a Black voice in mid-20th century film and television.
Kurt Walker’s second feature s01e03 is a chronicle of a summer day among artists and friends that begins in Vancouver and extends across virtual connections to New York and Vana’diel, the world of the online RPG Final Fantasy XI.
Mariano Llinás's episodic epic acts as a reminder that yesterday’s ideas still contain infinite possibilities.
Experimental filmmaker Pat O’Neill has built a career on drawing uncanny visual parallels between human civilization and its parasitic nature.
Mike Kelley's first solo tape spotlights the artist's career-spanning interest in lo-fi aesthetics, pop culture detritus, and memory reconstruction.
Shubhashish Bhutiani’s acclaimed 2016 film is a Tokyo Story-like tale of inter-generational rifts
Natalie Erika James’s first feature recognizes that a good haunted house film goes hand-in-hand with psychological horror. (Sponsored)
Ann Turner weaves personal, political, and fantastical terrors into a childhood coming-of-age tale of rabbits and communists in 1950s Australia.
A newly restored triptych of films Georgian-Armenian-Soviet filmmaker Sergei Parajanov helps to complete the picture of the filmmaker’s peripatetic life and artistic development.
Bette Gordon’s feminist neo-noir set in the world of 42nd Street porn theaters invades male space.