The director, co-writer, and co-producer of Nothing But a Man talks about the inception and making of his groundbreaking 1964 debut feature, which is still finding the audience it deserves.
A 20-minute illustrated history of the production of the film, with director Manfred Kirchheimer, recorded for Oscilloscope Laboratories’ limited-edition DVD release.
The cinematic intersection of two African-American pioneers yielded a pair of Robeson explorations, made by Bourne 30 years apart, and a doc that feels as if driven by Robeson’s guiding principles.
The NYC settings of Stations of the Elevated revisited. This video originally appeared as a bonus feature on Oscilloscope Laboratories’ DVD.
Last April, Denis joined Metrograph theater to present two of her finest works. These are the words she shared prior to her 2004 film L’Intrus, which screened alongside No Fear, No Die.
Claire Denis’s often misunderstood Trouble Every Day only gets better with age, and, like all of Denis’s work, stays inside you long after viewing.
A detailed look at the long, fascinating history of Bill Gunn‘s Personal Problems.
Resnais on the making of and motivations behind Je t’aime Je t’aime, which he insists is not science fiction, in an interview from 1968.
Written in November 1969 in New York, this introduction appeared in the Noonday Original Screenplay edition, published in 1970 and now long out of print.
A cinematic journey through the Queens neighborhood explored in Frederick Wiseman’s 2015 documentary, In Jackson Heights.
The Senegalese master talks about making Hyenas and his plans for the future in a 1999 Transition 78 piece.
In 1969, Susan Sontag and Agnès Varda sat down together while promoting their films Duet for Cannibals and Lions Love.