Taking place in the picturesque Swiss countryside, “Clouds of Sils Maria” explores the desperation and loneliness of one struggling actress.
93 years’ worth of utter originality is brought into focus in “Iris,” an Albert Maysles documentary devoted to New York style icon Iris Apfel.
Directed by Alex Garland and starring Domhnall Gleeson, Oscar Isaac, and Alicia Vikander, “Ex Machina” manages to bring something new to the conversation of artificial intelligence.
Columbia alum Frédéric Tcheng, director of “Dior and I,” shares insights about his time at Columbia and his filmmaking.
On Monday, April 13, “Selma” was screened at Columbia’s Miller Theatre. Following the movie, influential Columbia affiliates Samuel Roberts, June Cross, Jamal Joseph, Frances Negrón-Muntaner, Patricia Williams, and Suzanne Goldberg discussed public memory, the surveillance state, and the state of collective action today.
The Take Two Film Festival showcases a variety of films that explore the human condition and make social commentary.
Comedians Kevin Hart and Will Ferrell talk about their newest movie project, “Get Hard,” plus working with breakout director Etan Cohen.
A number of films from the Danish experimental film festival Dogme 95 are on display at New York City’s Museum of Arts and Design. The movement sought to revolutionize methods of filmmaking and storytelling.
Kornél Mundruczó’s allegorical film “White God” follows an abused dog’s ill-fated journey through the streets of Budapest.
Oscar-nominated filmmakers Kirby Dick and Amy Ziering focus on the disturbing realities of campus sexual assault in their new film, “The Hunting Ground.”