‘Wild Nights With Emily’ rips apart the myth of Emily Dickinson as a neurotic recluse.
A retrospective of one of the most vital directors in contemporary cinema at The Cinematheque.
This is more of a screen installation, an Oklahoma! as post-film debris, the flotsam of Jud Fry and Ado Annie decontextualized and deconstructed.
Werner Herzog turns his attention to the eponymous world leader, Mikhail S. Gorbachev—a man who, by almost any measure, is one of the most significant political figures of the 20th century.
The ‘Chilling Adventures of Sabrina’ designer loves her job so much, she even lives in Greendale.
Brent Hodge has produced buzzy documentaries on the late Chris Farley, actor Aubrey Plaza’s recreational basketball team, “Freaks and Geeks,” and more.
The film highlights the early life of novelist Sidonie-Gabrielle Colette as she actively participates in the first wave of feminism, challenging gender norms and debating sexual fluidity.
He might be an architect by trade, but more accurately he is an artist, perfectly bringing a story to life by way of colour, space, and landscape.
First-time filmmaker Carly Stone marks the arrival of a fresh era of romantic comedy.