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In Susan Sontag's First Film, Clothes Become Language

"Duet for Cannibals" celebrates it's 50th anniversary this year and it's just as puzzling as it ever was.
Colleen Kelsey
a day ago
Film

In "Varda by Agnès," Agnès Varda Reveals the Joys of Creating Art

GARAGE talks to the filmmaker's daughter about the new biopic which hits cinemas on November 22nd.
Nadja Sayej
a day ago
Film

The Movie That Imagines Kathy Acker, Before She Became the Iconic Writer

Maya Hawke stars in Aida Ruilova's short film, which premiered this week at the Nitehawk Cinema Shorts Festival
Jocelyn Silver
5 days ago
Film

"Ismo Ismo Ismo" Explores Latin America's Diverse Experimental Film Scene

The film festival's concurrent screenings in Chicago and Mexico spotlights the creative endeavors of an often overlooked region of the world.
Justin Kamp
11.3.19
Film

Zia Anger's "My First Film" Is A Revolution In Confessionalism

Anger's most recent work is part film, part performance, and a wholly original view at the business of making movies.
Jenna Mahale
10.27.19
Film

Before Basquiat Was An Art Star, He Had a Starring Role in this Iconic Film

GARAGE interviews Edo Bertoglio, the director of the seminal New York film "Downtown 81."
Nadja Sayej
10.20.19
Film

Blood, Guts, Kitsch!

Our new obsession is this collection of Ghanaian movie-posters now on view at New York's Poster House.
Scott Indrisek
10.20.19
Film

A Documentary Film Three Decades In the Making

Mary Ellen Mark and Martin Bell's Oscar-winning documentary "Streetwise," and its follow-up "Tiny: The Life Of Erin Blackwell," are an extraordinary portrait of life in America.
Rick Paulas
10.6.19
sex scenes

Fuck the World, I Love You

In her ongoing Sex Scenes column, Rachel Rabbit White explores how Jacques Demy's 1963 film "Bay of Angels," broke apart the classic "Lovers on the Lam" genre.
Rachel Rabbit White
10.6.19
Film

Todd Haynes' "Safe:" A Parable for the End of the World

And the end of the world is now, more or less.
Holly Connolly
9.15.19
sex scenes

Sex Scenes: On Gay Sailors' Desire in a World of Sunset and Dawn

Reiner Werner Fassbinder's 'Querelle' (1982) revels in nautical-adjacent pleasure.
Rachel Rabbit White
6.21.19
Film

Trixie Mattel's 'Moving Parts' Documentary Proves She's Not Just A Skinny Legend

The new doc, which premiered at Tribeca Film Festival, expertly textures our understanding of the drag superstar.
Evan Ross Katz
5.1.19
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