A new documentary explores the government’s efforts to quash the protest movements of the late ‘60s by any means necessary.
The director discusses his new documentary exploring Cave’s relationship with fellow Bad Seed Ellis and the musician’s recovery from grief.
The director discusses new film Casablanca Beats, which centres on a real-life arts centre where young Moroccans use music as a tool for self-expression.
This year’s offering of the documentary festival is championing the work of Greek storytellers.
The french filmmaker is only the second woman in history to win the Palme d’Or. The film that secured the prize is further evidence of her status as a unique voice within modern cinema.
The Philadelphia local has made a name for himself capturing the hardcore scene – and over more recent years, he’s been ramping up his coverage of the fight for social justice.
The release of Netflix’s Palestinian film collection is worth celebrating, but the behemoth should go further in its support.
David Lee’s photos, captured on set, offer a unique look inside the mind of the pioneering filmmaker.
Director Jonas Poher Rasmussen discusses his new documentary, which tells the remarkable story of a gay Afghan survivor.
Photographer Chas Gerretsen spent six months chronicling one of the most harrowing and poignant war films ever made. He recounts the turmoil that took place both on and off the set.
The filmmaker discusses how she came to direct her much-buzzed movie based on a riotous Twitter thread and why race is at the heart of the story.
Ben Sharrock discusses his sophomore feature, which offers a witty take on life in Scotland, and a deep compassion for the migrant experience