Robin Campillo’s portrait of ACT UP Paris puts militancy before mourning
Should acting awards be gender neutral?
Arthur Jafa’s intertwining of video collage and music has the power to open up minds and bodies
Why do we love to watch people who can’t act?
Johan Grimonprez’s recent films explore the mechanisms of the arms trade
Helen Marten responds to Ed Atkins’s new work, Old Food, currently showing at Martin-Gropius-Bau, Berlin
The New York-based filmmaker has been questioning the politics of image-making for more than three decades
Despite its magic unreality, Yorgos Lanthimos’s tale of complicity reflects a brutal real-world collateral
Two films using time and repetition to question our fragile relationship to lived reality and revolutionary politics
The debut feature film by Austin Lynch and Matthew Booth is a captivating portrait of America loosely inspired by reclusive artist Forrest Bess
Nearly three hours long and containing only two jokes, with this film somehow you don’t mind
From Syrian construction workers in Beirut to life under post-Socialism: the 2017 Open City Documentary Festival in London