from Journeyman Pictures
Through the lens of Mexican photographer Enrique Metinides, desire and the macabre become entwined.
Follow graffiti's early days on the streets of NYC in the 60's and the commercial crossover of street art in the 70's and into the global revolution.
from Casa Redonda
In search of personal healing and artistic inspiration, Marina Abramović travels through Brazil exploring the limits between art and spirituality.
from Oscilloscope Laboratories
Young outcast Sean has isolated himself in a trailer in the woods with his chemistry kit, but then he turns to black magic to crack nature’s secret.
from Strand Releasing
In the middle of the Aegean Sea, on a luxury yacht, six men on a fishing trip decide to play a game, a very strange game.
from First Run Features
The unlikely collaboration between a veteran choreographer and a young actor with cerebral palsy delivers a miraculous transformation.
Executive produced by Wim Wenders, Our Last Tango tells the life and love story of Argentina’s most famous tango dancers Maria Nieves Rego and Juan Carlos Copes
A North Korean defector prepares for his first solo art exhibition in China in this electrifying documentary about art and freedom.
from O2 Play
A contrarian film major gives up movies in order to shoot wedding videos, but he soon falls in love with a woman from the bookstore disrupting his cool.
from Documentary Educational Resource
The last part in Robert Perkins profound travelogue. Here we find our host paddling down the Limpopo River in South Africa with a fellow explorer from Zimbabwe.
Part two in Robert Perkins quietly epic series about paddling down the river and ruminating about life and death.
Explorer/filmmaker Robert Perkins takes us on a journey down the river in this poetic examination of solitude and nature. The first part in a profound series.
from Jon Jost
One of underground filmmaker Jon Jost's early films, a forefather to the american independent film movement, offers a scathing commentary on authenticity.
from Factory 25
I dare you to make sense of this lo-fi curiosity without first indulging in some mind altering substances; regardless its uniqueness has its charm.
from Re:Voir Video
From one of the most important figures in avant-garde cinema, a masterpiece of philosophical activism that’s fun, lovely, inspiring, edgy and, above all, human.
from Ted Forbes
The Artist Series is an ongoing project of short films documenting the greatest living photographers of our generation. Photographers included for 2016 are William…
from Swiss Animation
A bitter-sweet, affectionate tale of innocence lost, bottled-up desires and the comfort of recycling.
from Rick Schmidt
The debut of acclaimed indie director Wayne Wang, collaborating with no-budget master Rick Schmidt, is a crude but fascinating film about the making of a film.
from Andrei Severny
SUBTITLES IN ENGLISH. FRENCH, ITALIAN, RUSSIAN AND JAPANESE
This meditative psychological drama is set in apocalyptic atmosphere in the style of Andrei Tarkovsky.…
from soap factory
A quiet, intimate documentation of Klaus Lutz's unique filmmaking process and his experiments with exposure.
MAKE is a feature-length documentary for the modern creative, produced by the team at Musicbed. This film is a question. A conversation starter. It’s an examination…
from Coast Modern
See and learn about some of the most interesting homes ever built in this fascinating feature on the history and distinction of modernist architectural design.
from Checkerboard Film Foundation
If you're familiar with the artist Eric Fischl, with this film you'll acquire new ways to appreciate his paintings and sculpture directly from the man himself.
This documentary is like a class on Ingmar Bergman where all the best living filmmakers today are guest speakers and you get to take a field trip to his house.
from Cult Epics
THE GUERNICA TREE is a surreal exploration of civil war and humanity set in a small Spanish village from renegade artist Fernando Arrabal.
from Cinema Politica
Street artist Peter Gibson is the subject of this flim that's not just for fans of graffiti and stencil pieces but anyone intrigued about the definition of art.
from Michael Blackwood Productions
A proper introduction to the Japanese artform of Butoh, this museum-appropriate documentary offers a history and showcase of the eclectic modern dance style.
Theo Jansen is a Dutch artist known for creating massive walking beasts out of plastic PVC pipe. Get to know the artist, his inspirations and his goals.
A look at the work, influence, life and the mysterious death of legendary experimental filmmaker Paul Sharits via archival footage and rare interviews.
from Special Affects Films
Set to the rhythm of the 1992-93 school-year calendar, L FOR LEISURE is an experimental comedy following awkward grad students on vacations all around the world
Frederic Moffet's work is quite diverse, but Hard Fat and An Objective Measure of Arousal stand out as brilliant pieces of erotic experimental documentary.
Nearly half a century in the work of Abstract Expressionist sculptor Peter Voulkos is on brief display in this trio of fascinating short observational films.
An over-the-top biopic for Greenaway fans in particular, this artistically constructed look at Eisenstein in Mexico is also a neat movie for film history buffs.
Defacing property or street art? This film give viewers an international perspective on graffiti.
from LUX Moving Image
A hybrid film; part documentary, part dramatic film. The transforming nature of the world as seen my chain stores, malls, and corporations.
from Entertainment One
A glamorous and intimate behind-the-runway portrait of fashion icon Valentino and his longtime partner, Giancarlo Giammetti.
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