“It’s really important that my colleagues, the filmmakers from all Yugoslav countries, turn their cameras toward themselves, so as to dissect and question what really constitutes our recent history.”
“It’s the trickster element that exists throughout Ojibway storytelling and history, engaging both the sacred and the profane, turning things upside down and looking at them from a fresh perspective.”
Restoring, archiving, and exhibiting artists‘ films from the post-punk era.
A new documentary celebrates the great filmmaker Ousmane Sembène.
Compassion, religion, and secrets in a North Dakota boom town.
Snowdon on the layering of realities in his new film, The Uprising, a blend of fictional narrative and documentary footage of the Arab Spring uprisings.
Filmmaker Jason Osder discusses his documentaryLet the Fire Burn, an investigation into the 1985 bombing of the MOVE collective in Philadelphia.
Mia Engberg discusses her latest film, Belleville Baby, and trusting the filmmaking process.
Banker White takes us through the impermanence of memory and familial filmmaking in his documentary on his mother and mother’s mother, The Genius of Marian.
Oppenheimer’s The Act of Killing explores the experience of tragedy and horror of genocide in Indonesia through imaginative recreations made with the killers themselves.
Director and critic Mark Cousins on conveying the experience of traveling in his film What Is This Film Called… Love? and about the potentials and limitations of film festivals.
Pamela Cohn sits down with Terence Nance, creator of the powerful new film An Oversimplification of Her Beauty.
Pietra Brettkelly talks with Pamela Cohn about Maori Boy Genius, her new documentary about New Zealand’s Maori people and their Boy Genius, Ngaa Rauuira Pumanawawhiti.