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
Seventeen-year-old prom queen Laura Palmer is part sex object, part scream queen, and part damsel in distress in David Lynch’s Twin Peaks prequel feature
Danièle Huillet and Jean-Marie Straub adapt Elio Vittorini’s novel about a man returning to his native Sicily
The fall and rise of Pepe the Frog is chronicled in an insightful and provocative new documentary
Watershed 90s NYC independent film features brilliant early performances and pre-gentrification Greenpoint location photography
Ernest Dickerson’s 2004 adaptation of Donald Goines's crime novel is rooted in neo-noir and arthouse conventions.
Three current streams spotlight gay history through radically reassembled archival media
The nonfiction portrait of an Istanbul nursing home considers all that is destroyed or left behind in Turkey’s ongoing experience of modernity.
Jeong In-yeop’s 1982 romance inspired a wave of Emmanuelle-styled erotic films known as ero yonghwa.
For his second, sexually explicit narrative feature, Arthur Bressan uses the story of a man's prison release to explore memory, fantasy, and the psychological effects of the closet.