Director Ruth Platt talks with PopMatters about women filmmakers using the system while subverting it to empower their voice.
Opening a three-part series previewing artists playing at AmericanaFest this month, Rachel Baiman lets the movements of two expressive dancers illustrate her beautiful song in this music video premiere.
Paul Schrader’s The Card Counter finds Oscar Isaac at his mercurial best and presents yet another triumph of the writer/director’s tongue-in-cheek cynicism.
Kristen Stewart embodies the distraught Lady Diana in Pablo Larraín’s Spencer, an audacious chamber piece that fetishizes the woman it seeks to liberate.
Villeneuve’s ‘Dune’ (Venice International Film Festival 2021) looks the part and will not disappoint fans, but it groans under the weight of its world-building.
Benedict Cumberbatch’s performance is spellbinding and disturbing in Jane Campion’s taut exploration of identity and family relationships, The Power of the Dog.
Legarreta’s ‘All the Moons’, premiering at Fantasia 2021, penetrates the infantile fantasy of immortality to remind us that fear is not a curse.
It was an uplifting two-night run and a genuine treat to have the String Cheese Incident back in the Bay Area to celebrate the sacred Days Between.
The New Woman Behind the Camera, an exhibition of midcentury women photographers, captures the ways they documented a changing world and reimagined their place within it.