Leshu Torchin on the emerging measures for care in the media industry–and how they fall short.
Nolan Kelly on the renewed urgency of Loznitsa’s documentaries at this historical moment.
Girish Shambu on the landscape of experimental documentary and Jacquelyn Mills’s “Geographies of Solitude”
Beth Capper on the abolitionist prison documentary.
Alisa Lebow on the timeliness of “Soylent Green,” which was made nearly 50 years ago but is set in 2022.
Masha Shpolberg interviews Volodymyr Tykhyy, one of the founders of Ukraine’s Babylon’13 collective.
Eric Smoodin traces the history of La Clef, the Paris cinema that was occupied by cinephiles and activists 3 years ago.
Julie Ann Ward on intimate partner violence and technology in sci-fi films and TV.
Girish Shambu on the cinema of futurity at International Film Festival Amsterdam (IDFA).
J. M. Tyree analyzes the workings of non-whiteness and color in “The Green Knight.”