You Need to Check Out 'Stranger Things' and More This Weekend
There's a second season of Netflix's favorite horror show and the new John Maus record awaitin'.
Master Filmmaker Andrei Tarkovsky Receives a Moody Two Minute Video Homage
See how the director's auteurist movements using doorways have entranced viewers since the 60s.
Alien Liquids Shapeshift in This Nightmarish Music Video
denial.of.service returns with the highly hallucinatory "Take This Pain Away," for experimental black metal/harsh electronics act Crowhurst.
Trip to ‘Epsilon,' a Sci-Fi Base Station on an Alien Planet
Animator and designer Maxim Zhestkov tells a science fiction story sans motion, sound, or dialogue.
The Animating Inspirations Behind Oscar-Nominated Feature ‘Boy and the World’
The Sao Paolo based animator Alê Abreu takes us inside his stunning, GKIDS-released animated film.
17 Scenes from 'The Revenant' Through the Eyes of Tarkovsky
Watch the spellbinding display of two masters back to back.
Among the Tarkovsky Fanatics at an Underground Retrospective in Berlin
Since 1985, a literally underground movie theater has hosted an annual summer retrospective of the legendary Soviet auteur's time-bending films.
'True Detective,' Serial Killers, and Art House
A new compilation from Tea and a Movie explores the 'Se7en' references and Tarkovsky comparisons in HBO's dark drama.
Cosmonauts and Old Memories Rule Doris Mirescu’s Last Hurrah in NYC
Mirescu's stirring adaptation of Tarkovsky's <i>Solaris</i> is set in an Upper West Side townhouse, blending film and live theater to bring ghosts to life.
God In The Machine: An Interview With Computers Club Founder Krist Wood
An as-of-yet unparalleled window into the Gesamtkunstwerk of the enigmatic polymath.
New Stop-Motion Film "Unity" Is The Work Of A Potential Animation Legend
From the production to the subject matter, this five-minute short film, created by Tobias Stretch for composer Christopher Bono, is a transcendent labor of love.
Andrei Tarkovsky's Stalker Inspires Experimental Animations From Yoshi Sodeoka And More
<p>19 animators create their vision of ’the Zone".</p>