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Ethiopian-Mexican filmmaker Jessica Beshir joins us in person for her hypnotic documentary feature exploring the coexistence of everyday life and its mythical undercurrents.
Cinephile-as-auteur Bogdanovich’s eighth film in eight years is an homage to 1930s Ernst Lubitsch musical comedies.
For this tribute to the late Peter Bogdanovich, we’re showcasing two underappreciated works from the latter half of the 1970s.
Bogdanovich closed out his most celebrated decade with an underappreciated gem that adapts the novel by Paul Theroux.
“I’m going to go to Hollywood and become a cowboy,” a young Poitier told his sister. The legendary actor would do much more than that, emerging as an iconic movie star during the dawn of ...
This session of Theorizing the Web Presents investigates the role of data in transforming how we relate to the economy and cities. In “I Agree: What Lies Beyond Terms and Conditions” Jenny Zhang takes the ...
Every Movie Cough (everymoviecough.com) is an online exhibit presenting coughs and sneezes from the history of cinema, commissioned by Museum of the Moving Image in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Since 1894’s Fred Ott’s Sneeze, ...
Shortlisted for the Oscars in the International Feature category, the second fiction film by Panamanian director Abner Benaim questions how far each of us would go to help a stranger.
Apichatpong Weerasethakul’s Colombian production Memoria, Ryusuke Hamaguchi’s Drive My Car, and Joanna Hogg's acclaimed sequel The Souvenir Part II took the top three spots.
Ghost story, Sisyphean tale, erotic romance—Hiroshi Teshigahara's film is a landmark of the Japanese New Wave.
Starring legendary singer, actor, and activist Harry Belafonte in one of his first leading roles, we're transported to an eerily quiet New York City after a radioactive explosion has killed almost everyone.