Directors Ian Cheney and Martha Shane dig into the world of emojis and the committees responsible for which ones make the cut.
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Music video directors Andrei Bowden-Schwartz and Sam Jones turn to feature filmmaking for a spotlight on Florida's redneck mudding culture.
Niels Bolbrinker and Thomas Tielsch’s new film is a celebration of the centennial of the start of one of the last century’s most consistently present art movements.
This documentary from Matt Wolf ('Teenage') profiles the life and work of an activist turned obsessive recorder and hoarder of TV news broadcasts.
From the ancient cave painters to modern muralists, these are some of the best films about the makers of masterworks.
'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.
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?