On 3 activist-minded, grassroots streaming projects that were launched during the pandemic
For Criterion: Why auteurism may not be the best way to appreciate Indigenous cinema.
A striking Arab feminist film series, full of rarities from the past, is being hosted this month by the Block
I have written the liner essay for Criterion’s release of Claire Denis’ Beau Travail (1999). Here is an excerpt: Most
Here is an excerpt of a short piece I wrote for In Media Res: The best-known accounts of twentieth-century cinephilia
The politics of film evaluation — and how it has historically marginalized women filmmakers.
I’ve written an essay for Criterion on women film editors. It was inspired by Su Friedrich’s website, Edited By, a
At a time in film culture when auteurism continues to be dominant, and work by Indigenous filmmakers continues to be
I’ve seen no better new film this year than the Canadian drama The Body Remembers When The World Broke Open,