Kamal Swaroop’s parallel cinema classic Om Dar-B-Dar is an avant-garde masterpiece of audiovisual cacophony
In this political climate, a gay filmmaker deliberately drawing parallels between homosexuality and a subterreanean necropolis of literal monsters seems surprising, but Barker’s refusal to answer bigotry on its own terms is Nightbreed’s most enduring strength.
As easy to ignore as it is to dive into body and soul, Adam Sandler's latest resonates with nostalgia in a year without Halloween
A 25-year-old documentary on lesbian sadomasochism caused a stir in both the women's movement and congress, where it played an unwitting role in an attack on NEA funding. It now streams in the latest iteration of NewFest.
Screening of Spookies (1985) followed by discussion with Vinegar Syndrome Film Archivist Justin LaLiberty
Garrett Bradley's feature debut is a stunning portrait of a family reeling from the effects of the prison-industrial complex
A supergroup of horror/genre showcases have joined forces to put together the first Nightstream virtual film festival
Robot Monster auteur Phil Tucker takes audiences on a tour of the Boulevard of Broken Dreams
For our final dispatch, we cover films including Chaitanya Tamhane's The Disciple, Heidi Ewing's I Carry You With Me, Dea Kulumbegashvili's Beginning, Steve McQueen's Mangrove, highlights from Currents, and more.
Screen Slate is pleased to partner with Speculative Place for a second collaboration to co-present a screening and conversation of artist Joshua Gen Solondz’s films and videos
Frederick Wiseman applies his observational approach to the Boston government
In this week's installment, our writers cover films including Chloe Zhao’s TIFF-winner Nomadland, Frederick Wiseman’s City Hall, Matías Piñeiro’s Isabella, the archival documentary Hopper/Welles, and more.
Chantal Akerman documents the final days of the Soviet Union.
As the triumphant virtual exhibition running through Sept. 27 features films by Madeline Anderson, Forough Farrokhzad, Simone Leigh, Kelley Gallagher, and many others.
This story of two single mothers banding together is rife with queer connotations
Our 58th NYFF coverage begins with the first weekly dispatch by Jon Dieringer, Jeva Lange, and Chloe Lizotte