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Out of the Ashes: Wim Wenders’ “The State of Things”
Q&A With Actor Rasika Dugal
Qissa: The Tale of a Lonely Ghost is the first attempt at feature filmmaking by director Anup Singh. It is set at the time of the Partition of India, the largest mass migration in human...
Another History: Tom McCarthy and Film
Tom McCarthy’s novels are littered with references, both direct and indirect, to films and moving images. The most explicit is in “Remainder” — the main character, following a traumatizing...
Outside Hollywood: The Story of Cannon Films
The name Cannon Films has become synonymous with ridiculousness: Chuck Norris firing a grenade out of the front of a motorcycle or a sprightly ninja shooting a blowdart into the barrel of a...
Artist Eric Baudelaire’s Letters to Maxim Gvinjia
Craig Hubert, Modern Painters
“I have no idea how or why my letter arrived,” artist Eric Baudelaire says by way of introduction in the notes to his latest project, a collaboration with Maxim Gvinjia, former foreign...
UnionDocs Brings “Los Sures” Back Home
“Los Sures” almost disappeared. Diego Echeverria’s 1984 documentary about the largely Puerto Rican and Dominican community on the southside of Williamsburg, Brooklyn, premiered at the New...
“Approaching the Elephant”: Q&A With Amanda Rose Wilder
“Approaching the Elephant,” a new documentary from Amanda Rose Wilder opening on February 20 at the Made in NY Media Center at IFP, takes its title from a parable told by the title...
Rewriting the History of the Black Panthers
Some documentaries simply report history. Others try to rewrite it. “The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution” belongs to the latter group, and is better for it. Making its New York...
Berlinale Celebrates Wim Wenders
German filmmaker Wim Wenders has a busy agenda this year. In August he will be celebrating his 70th birthday, his documentary “The Salt of the Earth,” a tribute to Brazilian...
Q&A With Marjane Satrapi
There is a moment about 10 minutes into “The Voices” when things start to get weird: after a meeting at his Midwestern bathtub shipping company, the ever-chipper Jerry, a.k.a. Ryan Reynolds...
Q&A With Filmmaker Khalik Allah
The images produced by the photographer and filmmaker Khalik Allah are born out of a process of deep engagement with a specific environment. In his documentary “Field Niggas,” which will...
Miranda July and Lena Dunham Talk Process at BAM
Miranda July and Lena Dunham are no strangers. This much was apparent at an event at the Brooklyn Academy of Music on January 28, which the two female contemporaries approached with...
Adam Curtis Favors Complexity in “Bitter Lake”
There are multiple threads running through “Bitter Lake,” the new film from Adam Curtis that premiered on the BBC’s iPlayer on January 25, but they converge at a familiar — for those who...
Lost Souls: agnes b.’s “My Name is Hmmm…”
A routine coming-of-age narrative refracted through a variety of cinematic modes, “My Name is Hmmm…” manages through most of its running time to be as ambivalent about what it’s...
Q&A With Filmmaker Peter Strickland
On a recent, frigidly cold day, I found myself sitting in a blank conference room tucked in the back of a Manhattan office building. Across from me was the filmmaker Peter Strickland (“...
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