Director John Patton Ford discusses his debut feature Emily the Criminal, a critique of American society borne within the death of the American Dream.
Director Daniel Roher met face-to-face with the intensely intelligent and deeply motivated Alexei Navalny and together created a film that compels global political action.
Silent films have a way of burrowing their stories into your mind and taking root. With this preview of the San Francisco Silent Film Festival 2022, let us plant a few seeds.
Ten highlights from True/False Film Festival 2022, where festival-goers enter theaters to sounds of live music from eclectic buskers, meet to discuss films over pints of beer, and hit late-night concert revues.
Director Colin West talks with PopMatters at the SXSW world premiere of Linoleum about how the film’s chaotic tall tales and morals are a mirror image of his own mind.
Director Carey Williams and writer Kristen Dávila talk about channeling their racial experiences and observations into comedic social commentary, Emergency.
Silent film star Louise Brooks’ first role was that of a “moll”, an uncredited bit part in the evocatively titled The Street of Forgotten Men.
Drama Palm Trees and Power Lines is a disquieting, powerful, and mature feature debut that explores the formation of trauma and how vulnerability is exploited.
Descendant films the stories from the progeny of the slaves of the Clotilda. The result is a testament to the spirit of a community that refuses to disappear.
Emergency is an unconventional love story about two friends with divergent views on what it means to be a young Black man in America.