We celebrate the release of the British writer-director's latest film, a biography of Emily Dickinson, with a selection of his beautifully nuanced works.
BAMPFA showcases the indelible roles of an actor who transformed male performance on film, from A Streetcar Named Desire to The Godfather.
Examining India’s contemporary artists and classical painters, Dutta’s process-oriented films attest to the ardor of art history.
A tribute to Canyon’s fifty-year history of providing access to artist-made films and expanding the idea of what cinema can be.
This series explores James Baldwin’s encounter with cinema and his contributions to American intellectual life.
The local documentary maker presents his films reflecting on the power of music and the creative harmonies of our shared world.
BAMPFA's avant-garde showcase is a chance to explore the rich history of experimental cinema.
We pay tribute to the late filmmaker with a selection of her most autobiographical works, which combine formal rigor with empathy and insight.
Rare films imported from the China Film Archive reveal an exceptionally fertile period in the nation’s cinema history.
Films written by Greene or based on his fiction illustrate his famous axiom: “human nature is not black and white but black and grey.”
Everson's films examine formal practices and structures of history while chronicling everyday African American life. Author Michael B. Gillespie joins him in conversation.