Who needs Netflix to chill? There’s an even wider variety of movies available a walk or subway ride away. Here are one month’s offerings.
David Loeb Weiss’s 1968 documentary, “No Vietnamese Ever Called Me Nigger,” conveys the anger of black antiwar protesters.
The documentary “Revolution,” Jack O’Connell’s on-the-ground look at the Summer of Love, has been digitally restored and will be screened in New York.
You may not have heard of this British director, but his confrontational films are hugely influential. Tim Roth, Paul Greengrass and others explain why.
A new documentary explores the life and work of this musician and artist, who died last year. He wanted to dissolve musical hierarchies.
A coalition of movie theaters have organized screenings, to be shown in May, featuring films from countries named in President Trump’s travel ban.
Benefits were held recently for the School of American Ballet, Anthology Film Archives, Atlantic Theater Company and the dance and arts collective MoveOpolis.
This documentary reflects on a legacy of political turmoil as the director, Dominique Dubosc, returns to Paraguay after 40 years.
Louis Malle’s “Atlantic City” is among the films being shown in the Anthology Film Archives series “Gimme Shelter.”