King Rocker could have been a story of failure, as the singer himself initially suggested, but instead Lee crafts it into a heart-warming tale of heroic endurance in the face of critical and commercial indifference.
The Undertaker is a filmed choreographed performance on the streets of Philadelphia, in Fairmount Park and in the historical Laurel Hill Cemetery and it serves as a strong anti-war statement.
The Koro of Bakoro is an observation of a life at the fringes, one deeply underrepresented in the collective gaze of the environment.
Simplice Ganou’s documentary about the homeless nomads of Burkina Faso was made in 2011, and nine years later, it remains just as resonant and vivacious.
Even in spite of failings, Blow It to Bits’ message is ultimately a timely and powerful one: don’t modernise at the expense of communities.
Stop Nineteen is a stellar example of a clear and simple (but not simplified at all) approach serving its purpose to perfection in a very compact format of just over 8 minutes.
What does it cost to think about the world? What are the prices we pay – beyond the capitalist construction of money – for the way we act, and for the ways in which we fail to act, maybe only observe?
The London-based Rovner’s engaging feature debut seeks to redress the testosterone-heavy history of machine-made symphonies by celebrating underrated, overlooked composers including Delia Derbyshire, Pauline Oliveros and Laurie Spiegel.
For his new film, Funfair, currently reaping awards on the festival circuit, Mazaheri has once again joined forces with his Retouche star Sonia Sanjari in order to tackle….