The artist continues his exploration of language as medium in this newly commissioned work.
A near-complete restrospective of the French director's austere yet compassionate work.
Film scholar Jeffrey Skoller offers insights into three of Bresson's films in this lecture/screening series.
Large-scale photographs of women from the African diaspora, presented in a way that challenges traditional assumptions about artistic technique and individual identity.
This annual festival draws on the best of African cinema and films from the African diaspora.
The artist presents her contemplative, collaborative works in addition to films by Jean Eustache and Raymond Depardon.
Works from the collection examining the history of US human rights.
A one-man performance by Cliff Hengst, directed by Asher Hartman.
A tribute to one of the great American independent filmmakers and to the indelible characters he and his actors created.
BAMPFA welcomes two distinguished guests from the international film archive community, Alexander Horwath and Shivendra Singh Dungarpur.
Exquisitely composed collages incorporating fragments of found, or "experienced," paper.
Photographic works made at the remote and idiosyncratic Deep Springs College.
Works by this year's MFA recipients from UC Berkeley's Department of Art Practice.