Talkhouse Film's senior video essayist Kentucker Audley highlights the pleasures (and faults!) of yet another classic movie
With Terrence Malick's Song to Song in theaters now, Jacob T. Swinney's video essay looks at a recent motif in the director's films.
Kentucker Audley continues his series of transformative video essays by examining another classic '90s film, this time starring Macaulay Culkin.
Women including Rosanne Cash, Carly Simon and Bridget Everett read Coretta Scott King's letter on Jeff Sessions in solidarity with Elizabeth Warren.
A new video essay from Mark Rappaport about movies in movies, and how the screen watches us just as we watch it.
Nathan Silver, who has cast his mother Cindy in nearly all his films, tries to make sense of their complex and often fraught working relationship.
Writer-director Linas Phillips marks the release of his new film Rainbow Time by demystifying the genius of one of his favorite funny movies.
Kentucker Audley continues his series of video essays with a new entry that focuses on the classic '90s drama starring Richard Dreyfuss.
Ahead of the film's 21st anniversary, actor, director and video essayist Kentucker Audley looks at one of the major movie achievements of the 1990s.
As Independence Day: Resurgence hits theaters, Kentucker Audley's video essay looks back at the original film.