Completed by Yervant Gianikian after the death of his partner, Lucchi, Angela’s Diaries – Two Filmmakers, collages the couple’s meticulous documentation of their lives, work, and travels.
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What started as a biopic of Soviet physicist Lev Landau ballooned into a years-long Ukrainian social experiment involving thousands of amateur actors. The resulting 13 feature films are now screening for the first time.
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A new documentary, premiered at Sundance, shows how intuition and tireless image and footage capture makes a film.
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The 15 films nominated for the Academy Awards tackle racism, aging, parenthood, and more.
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Close The first five minutes of this bang, and I maintained hope for it quite a long way in. But,no – I’m sorry to report that it’s a load of toot. This is a boilerplate 90-minute action film centred around a bodyguard, but the twist is – gasp! – it’s only a bloody woman! That’s… Read more »
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Some minds are cornucopias; sources of creative ephemera. Such is the case for artists and photographers Nicholas Kahn and Richard Selesnick, a dream team bringing fairytales to life for the new millennium. They agreed to open up the Pandora’s Box of their creative process to share how the heck their fantastical worlds manifest themselves, and show why…
Rob Stewart’s new documentary will make you want to save the ocean’s top predator
A documentary about the canonic thinker, shot mostly in her home office, seems straightforward at first, then jellyfish start shimmering across the screen.
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From a film on basketball legend Kobe Bryant to an adaptation of Roald Dahl poems, this is the first crop of nominees in many years without a single dud.
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The 21st edition of the Mostra de Cinema de Tiradentes film festival reflected Brazil’s volatile social and political climate, while avoiding the conventions of poverty porn.
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