In a deserted Macedonian village, 50-something Hatidze, clambers up a hillside to check her bee colonies nestled in the rocks; but disruption is coming. With beautiful cinematography evocative of Caravaggio, Honeyland explores nature’s vulnerability under capitalist demand.
It’s near impossible to build a career as a female film journalist, but Pauline Kael defied the odds. Never a dull read, the long-time New Yorker film critic and best-selling author was a force to be reckoned with.
After his forensic analysis of Hitchcock’s Psycho, director Alexandre O. Philippe returns to dig into the mythological roots of Alien, its artistic origins, and place in our history and collective unconscious.
The lost treasure of Sydney Pollack’s observational footage from 1972 has finally surfaced; witness the sonic brilliance of Aretha Franklin as she recorded her bestselling album Amazing Grace in an L.A. Baptist Church.