'They'll Love Me When I'm Dead,' released in conjunction with Orson Welles' long-lost final film, is a small epic about making art in a world that doesn't care.
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A recently retired pop star tells the story of her and her decade in 'Matangi/Maya/M.I.A.'
Garry Winogrand’s gallery, estate, and family endorse a lavish documentary on the street photographer. But even reverence can reveal.
Andrey Paounov's latest film puts us behind the scenes and in front of a Christo and Jeanne-Claude installation.
Who are the intactivists and what do they want with our foreskin?
‘Boom For Real’ ruminates in Jean-Michel Basquiat's graffiti punk years.
A mid-length documentary takes us back to the Steve McQueen movie 'The Great Escape.’
Jed Rothstein’s ‘The China Hustle’ struggles to uncover a fraud.Greed is not good. The morality that underpins most movies relies on that principle. We expect punishment to come to those who spend too…
Andres Veiel takes a first shot at defining one of the last century’s most notable conceptual artists in ‘Beuys.’Photo by Ute Klophaus, courtesy of Kino Lorber.Van Gogh cut off his ear and, so, modern…
Interview“Movies need to make some kind of argument about our real lives,” says the conceptual artist turned documentarian.Sometime last year the UN reported that the population of displaced people ar…