Sean Fine and Andrea Nix’s new documentary, LFG, focuses on the women’s national soccer team’s court battle to get paid what they’re worth.
Lionel Jeffries’ film version of Edith Nesbit’s The Railway Children is rich with a charm rooted in a bedrock of social awareness as hard as Charles Dickens.
The Soviet people feel so close in Sergei Loznitsa’s State Funeral, it’s as if you ask via whisper if they ever lost a family member to a show trial or gulag.
Director Emmett Brennan on the Meditative Urgency in His Environmental Film, ‘Reflection: A Walk with Water’
Director Emmett Brennan talks with PopMatters about telling an environmental story that can benefit our lives with Reflection: A Walk with Water.
Based on interviews with Ted Bundy, director Amber Sealey’s drama, No Man of God, questions whether a monster is worthy of absolution.
Director Lisa Immordino Vreeland talks with PopMatters about her documentary about two great American writers, Truman Capote and Tennesee Williams.
Nadia Szold’s found-footage documentary Larry Flynt for President looks back at the Hustler publisher’s 1983 run for the White House.
Like Beckett’s Krapp’s Last Tape, Bo Burnham’s Inside offers rich insights into how our psyches and sense of self get warped by ever-advancing technologies.
Director Pan Nalin on the filmmakers that have touched his creative spirit and the liberation of a childlike point-of-view in The Last Film Show.
Max Eriksson’s documentary on the tragic life of a professional skateboarder, The Scars of Ali Boulala, will only interest fans of the sport.