documentary

documentary

Introspective Mirrors and Stacks of Rags Fill an English Palace

Insightful commentary and sweeping footage comprise a documentary chronicling Michelangelo Pistoletto's 2016 retrospective at Blenheim Palace.
Diana Shi
2.19.17
Film

'Circles In Tompkins Park' Film Pays Tribute to the Grit of Downtown New York

Artist Jack Greer voyeuristically captures poetic and tragic moments in the historical park in a lo-fi art house film.
Marina Garcia-Vasquez
2.13.17
Film

How an Unfinished James Baldwin Manuscript Became a Documentary Film

'I Am Not Your Negro' director Raoul Peck links Baldwin’s ideas to issues still surrounding race and poverty in America today.
Charlie Schmidlin
2.5.17
Film

Essay: On the Edge of Zion, Utah Artists Remain Untamed | #50StatesofArt

Filmmaker Alexander Lee writes about Salt Lake City's spaces in-between.
Alexander Lee
1.30.17
Film

Meet the People Living as "Muxe," Mexico’s Third Gender

Filmmaker Ivan Olita documents the non-binary gender norms in of the rural community of Juchitan.
Josie Thaddeus-Johns
1.22.17
Art

'Girl Power' Documentary Gives Female Graffiti Writers Their Due

The adrenaline-fueled film features graffiti legends like Martha Cooper and Lady Pink, as well as up-and-coming writers.
Sami Emory
1.14.17
Film

Watch Robots Being Built and Broken in a New VR TV Series

Go inside Boston Dynamics' robot lab in the first episode of 'The Possible,' a new immersive documentary series presented by Within.
Beckett Mufson
1.12.17
Art

Meet France's Best Tattoo Artists in a Short Documentary Series

The filmmakers behind the ‘Color My Skin’ web series talk about French tattoo culture.
DJ Pangburn
1.10.17
Film

A Curator Spent 9 Days Filming the Syrian Civil War From His Aleppo Apartment Window

Art curator and photographer Issa Touma talks about shooting the footage that became the Syrian war documentary ‘9 Days - From My Window in Aleppo’.
DJ Pangburn
1.4.17
Film

The Man Who Photographed the Brightest Light in the Universe

The story of formerly-homeless photographer Robert Shults is captured in a new documentary.
Hannah Stouffer
1.3.17
Film

Interactive Documentary Explores Co-Living Through the Decades

Amsterdam’s Kollontai was the O.G. communal living solution.
Andrew Nunes
12.31.16
Art

Here's What It Feels Like to Heal Your Addiction in a Sweat Lodge

In filmmaker Iqbal Ahmed’s latest short, he explores sweat lodges through David Warren Goodknife, a man who runs his own in Joshua Tree.
DJ Pangburn
12.28.16