Film History

Score: A Film Music Documentary

A wonderful love letter to the people who keep us humming when we leave the theater.

My Journey Through French Cinema

The college film course you wish you had taken. There are enough hors d’oeuvres here to whet the appetites of Francophiles and fans of film noir.

Dawson City: Frozen Time

Mining the Klondike Gold Rush for a treasure trove of stories and silent cinema.

What to See | Cannes 2017

The single most anticipated film in the competition for the festival’s top honor, the Palme d’Or, is Sofia Coppola’s remake of Don Siegel’s lurid guilty pleasure The Beguiled.

David Lynch: The Art Life

An artistic journey from Idaho to Eraserhead.

Daughters of the Dust

Julie Dash’s layered, poetic, and timeless film garnered lavish praise when it came out in 1991. It has now been rereleased on its 25th anniversary,

By Sidney Lumet

The master director holds court, discussing his life in films.

The Lovers and the Despot

There’s no business like show business—with Kim Jong-il, and international intrigue, showbiz glamour, and a glimpse inside the deeply bonkers regime (and mind) of Dear Leader Kim.

Multiple Maniacs

Even after nearly half a century, the filth of Multiple Maniacs still holds up. While it is so low budget and amateurish, the film’s flaws are actually the best part of the viewing experience.