This creative riff on Jean-Luc Godard’s La Chinoise explores the power of Black activism and community.
Fran Lebowitz and Martin Scorsese sit down for a chat about all things NYC in this engaging Netflix docuseries.
Despite strong performances from Amy Adams and Glenn Close, this misjudged melodrama is an insult to those it claims to represent.
A new documentary chronicles the life’s work of an unlikely modern American folk hero, Marion Stokes.
By focusing on the Atlanta Child Murders, Netflix’s crime drama taps into the complex social and political history of the region.
In reckoning with the horrors of colonialism, Jennifer Kent’s film implicates the audience in the graphic acts of sexual and racial violence it depicts.
As film workers across America’s Deep South face an uncertain future, events like Sidewalk continue to show the way forward.