"We, filmmakers, call on ourselves to bite, to film, and to defend this territory which is beaten and hits back."
May 1968 stands at the precipice into which the historical labor movement will descend.
South African film Inxeba (The Wound) reveals the developmental power male spaces hold over those coerced into passing through them.
In this 2014 interview, Joan Copjec discusses the development of her thought, the state of psychoanalytic theory, and her recent work.
Watch The Walls of the WTO, a short film that revisits the history of twentieth-century ideas of the world economy through a single building: the Centre William Rappard on the shores of Lake Geneva.
Peter Wollen's landmark essay on the relation between two distinct traditions of avant-garde film.
In this career-spanning interview with George Souvlis, Esther Leslie discusses Walter Benjamin, animated film, the history of color, the Historical Materialism project, and the commemoration of the revolutionary past.
A documentary video on the ZAD by artist Oliver Ressler.
A previously unpublished 1986 essay by filmmaker Thom Andersen, excerpted from a new collection of his writings.
In the Cut cannily moves its counter across a board whose rules have been laid down by Freudian psychoanalysis, Propp’s analysis of folk tales, and film theory’s obsession with the B-movie and noir.