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Nick Pinkerton

This annual celebration of cinema has become a vital destination for those invested in the artistic possibilities of the documentary form

By Nick Pinkerton

Kino Classics’s new release attempts to redress a story of cinema centred on white male accomplishment

By Nick Pinkerton

From Diamantino to The Grand Bizarre, the most intelligent films are also among the most joyous

By Nick Pinkerton

Fifty years of writing by the filmmaker Thom Andersen 

By Nick Pinkerton

The work of filmmaker James N. Kienitz Wilkins on the occasion of his inclusion in the 2017 Whitney Biennial film programme

By Nick Pinkerton

Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, USA

By Nick Pinkerton

The history of ‘other’ cinema stretches from the explosion of film as a popular art in America to the late 1940s, when integration began, haltingly, in Hollywood and in popular culture

By Nick Pinkerton
Bruce Conner, BREAKAWAY, 1966. Courtesy: Paula Cooper Gallery and MoMA, New York, USA

A major retrospective reveals Bruce Conner’s reach beyond the field of experimental cinema

By Nick Pinkerton
Jean-Marie Straub and Danièle Huillet, Geschichtsunterricht (History Lessons), 1972

A new book, retrospective and exhibition on the films of Straub-Huillet

By Nick Pinkerton