Rarely screened for decades, Wanda, written, directed and starring Barbara Loden, is a landmark of American independent cinema
Presented at the Rubin Museum, New York, can art offer a way of viewing nature as an actor in its own right?
A new series of screenings in New York tells a bracing account of filmmaking under the Russian leader
A tender new film about the fashion icon and troubled genius whose creative vision ‘started the 21st century’
Michelle Orange traces the recent history of Iranian films, from Jafar Pahahi’s Taxi (2015) to Mani Haghighi’s Pig
Sophie Fiennes’s new film Bloodlight and Bami reveals a personal side of the singer as yet unseen
In a year charged with politicized tensions, mastery of craft trumps truth-to-power commentary
Netflix is actively and self-servingly restricting the platforms films can occupy, but it’s not the only one grumbling about Cannes’s fussy rules
To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Second Summer of Love, Gucci and Frieze present new films exploring the cultural impact of acid house
Avengers: Infinity War confirms the domination of mass culture by the franchise: what ever happened to narrative closure?
Pointed in its politics and inspiringly imaginative, Empty Metal queries whether the end of the world might already have taken place
From Grave of the Fireflies to The Tale of the Princess Kaguya, the visionary director grounded fantasy with emotional force