We sat down with the director of Netflix's 'Advantageous' to talk about anxiety, advertising, and whom to trust.
We spoke to director Debra Granik about her intimate, arresting new documentary on life in America's changing heartland.
Beyond the film's jokey acting and satire-worthy conceit are nuanced meditations on time, the environment, and politics.
Video artist Jonathan Monaghan's striking 'Escape Pod' fuses together all sorts of objects—human, animal, and other—that nature never intended.
"Kumiko, the Treasure Hunter" is based on a bizarre urban legend about a Japanese woman died in North Dakota on a quest for fictitious treasure.
Robert Greene's new documentary Actress exists at the blurry intersection between observation and collaboration, nonfiction and drama.
Director Amanda Rose Wilder talks about "Approaching the Elephant," her new documentary exploring one year at a free school.
The artist, animator, and curator has directed videos for Big Boi and Hooray for Earth and had his work shown on Adult Swim. His surreal output is helping to usher in a style that is both very real and totally synthetic at the same time.
We talked to director Tim K. Smith about the station's troubles to stay afloat in the Great Recession.
The painted trains that were popularly despised as emblem’s of NYC's decay and chaos in the late 1970s and 1980s are now viewed with a certain nostalgia and respect, along with the gritty landscape that has since vanished.
In the mid 1980s, Jon Langford and the Mekons essentially established the so-called alt-country genre with records that fused the group’s punk ethos and radical left-wing politics with the sounds of Hank Williams, Johnny Cash, and Ernest Tubb. Almost...