Adolfas and Jonas Mekas arrived in New York in 1949, leaving Lithuania behind. The camera became their means of expression and cinema invaded their lives.
A series of portraits of film initiatives from around the world, as well as conversations with people who rebooted movie theatres or built them up from scratch...(read more)
What do the Wolf in Berlin, the Deptford Cinema in London and the Dokukino in Zagreb have in common? Throughout Europe, enthusiasts are rethinking the cinematog..(read more)
Le film est déjà commencé? (Has the Film Started Yet?) is one of the Lettrist movement’s most important films. It was originally conceived not as a film bu..(read more)
A major figure in the lettrist movement, Maurice Lemaître revolutionized cinema in 1951 with “Le Film est déjà commencé ?” (Has the Feature Started Yet?..(read more)
Movies let us experience – from the safety of a cinema seat – conflict and resolution at arms length. But what can we learn from these films? A varied c..(read more)
Featuring articles on Shana Moulton, Marie Losier, The Tribeca Film Festival, in Memoriam Barbara Hammer, Agnes Varda…
Issue #69, “Deep Cuts”, features articles by Soyoung Yoon and Ryan Conrath, a studio visit with Pat O’Neill, a conversation between Cauleen Sm..(read more)
In the second half of the 1970s, Alfred Kaiser was entirely unknown to the film world when he went public with two films, namely “A Third Reich” (19..(read more)
In Dutch. A Philip K. Dick special. Interview with William Lustig, Stonerhorror, Captive State, Psycho, and much much more.