Monrovia, Indiana, a folksy, novelistic tale of white America, plays somewhere between documentary, cliché and ghost story
Luca Guadagnino’s new film Suspiria nods not only to Dario Argento, but to a whole history of Italian thrillers
The radical filmmaker, teacher and writer talks essentialism in identity politics and why her films are neither documentary nor fiction
The beasts in the artist’s One or Several Tigers lead us into the tangled thickets of identity and religious ritual
The power of visibility: on postcolonial seeing and being seen
Have institutions facing calls to decolonize forgotten that ‘to curate’ originally meant ‘to care for’?
Nathaniel Kahn’s new HBO film works on the assumption that money and power is all anyone in the art world is interested in
From Diamantino to The Grand Bizarre, the most intelligent films are also among the most joyous
Showing at Istanbul’s Protocinema, the artist’s new film uses the ancient site of Çatalhöyük to investigate a community and its collapse
Nicholas Cage, the film’s mesmerizing star, crescendos and explodes, like he’s hamming for his life
A new film by Josh Appignanesi shot entirely on VHS, creates a portrait of novelist Chloe Aridjis and surrealist Leonora Carrington
In further news: artist’s plan to rebuild Berlin Wall shut down; and did Caravaggio die of stab wounds or syphilis?