Happening now: Kevin Jerome Everson gallery exhibition

The New Orleans Film Festival is in full swing, but even more film events abound in the city, in particular Fighting Weight, a gallery exhibition of films by Kevin Jerome Everson presented by Parse… Continue Reading


Free Radical: notes on Len Lye

Image courtesy of the Govett-Brewster Art Gallery After a brief respite, we are thrilled to re-launch our Full Aperture screening series, dedicated to showcasing experimental, artist, and nonconformist film. This autumn we will… Continue Reading


The End of a Millenium: The State of Violence in Kathryn Bigelow’s STRANGE DAYS

This is the third installment of our intern Josiah Berger’s exploration of science fiction films. Spoilers ahead. Kathryn Bigelow’s Strange Days was released in the fall of 1995. The film now carries with… Continue Reading


“Tomorrow Was Another Day…” Living in the World of BRAZIL

This is the second installment of our intern Josiah Berger’s exploration of science fiction films. Spoilers ahead. Fresh off the success of his children’s fantasy film Time Bandits, Terry Gilliam directed what would… Continue Reading


The Lost Lucas: A Look Back on THX 1138

We’re pleased to introduce our intern Josiah Berger, who will be writing a bi-weekly series on our blog. In the coming weeks, Josiah will be examining classic science fiction films in relationship to… Continue Reading


No one authority: the films of Sky Hopinka

“No one person is the authority on anything,” says Cleo Keahna in Sky Hopinka’s 2017 film Dislocation Blues. Keahna is talking about already-fading memories of being at Standing Rock, which is the nominal… Continue Reading