Curated by Women: A Special Weekend of Cinema in Hollywood
I spent Women of Cinefamily Weekend talking community, dreams, and womanhood with filmmakers Lily Baldwin and Chris Kraus.
The Strange, Sad Story of Laz Rojas, the 'One-Man Movie Studio'
Laz Rojas' self-shot acting reel—in which the filmmaker portrays over 100 characters—didn't get him cast, but it turned him into a cult favorite of the 1990s.
Geto Boys' Bushwick Bill Talks Scary Movies, Chucky, and Inventing Horrorcore
This Friday Bushwick Bill hosts a special screening of 'Chucky' at Hollywood's Cinefamily, plus he's performing live straight after. Just in time for Halloween!
Rachel Michelle Fernandes
Director Richard Stanley on Why His 'The Island of Dr. Moreau' Became Such a Notorious Flop
"People weren't prepared to see baboons with machine guns."
Jennifer Juniper Stratford
You Should Watch the Seven-Hour Hungarian Film 'Sátántangó' Right Now
Bala Tarr's black-and-white opus is looooong, but it's also a masterpiece that unfolds like a series of perfectly composed paintings.
We Saw the World's First Throne Made Out of 'Jerry Maguire' VHS Tapes
The brains behind Maguirewatch built a throne out of their 7,489 copies of <i>Jerry Maguire</i> in Los Angeles in August of this year. It's the first time their whole collection has been together since they started the project.
LA's Best Art House Theater Had a 24-Hour Telethon
The Cinefamily, an organization dedicated to exhibiting interesting and hard-to-find films, had its annual telethon last weekend in Los Angeles. Miranda July, Tim Heidecker, Mike Judge, and more came out to help keep the group's activities funded.