Anthology Film Archives
New York, NY 10003
Get the Things to Do Newsletter
Sign up for our weekly guide to events in New York, and never be bored again. With suggestions for every day of the week, our recommendations will keep you busy on any budget.
Related Stories (78)
Stumbling Into Strange: The Films of Ted Fendt Make the Everyday Uncertain
Tuesday, December 13, 2016 at 1:30 p.m. by Danny King
Ted Fendt's movies distort everyday life into something just beyond the recognizable. He shoots in and around his native Philadelphia suburb of Haddonfield, New Jersey, and though this allows for beguiling, documentary-level detail ...
Rachel Lang’s 'Baden Baden' Offers a Beautifully Aimless Study of Near-Adulthood
Tuesday, November 22, 2016 at 7 a.m. by Alan Scherstuhl
This vigorously inventive French import shows up America's young-folks-kinda-maybe-starting-to-get-it-together comedies as the prefab product they are. Writer-director Rachel Lang, in her feature debut, strips away all formula and f...
Deborah Stratman's 'The Illinois Parables' Examines Centuries of American Conflict
Wednesday, November 16, 2016 at 12 p.m. by Melissa Anderson
Of the dozens of (mostly) short- and medium-length works that Chicago-based artist and filmmaker Deborah Stratman has made, I had previously seen only one, O'er the Land (2009), a taut, near-hour-long essay filled with firepower spe...
'The Prison in Twelve Landscapes' Surveys the Void Left by Mass Incarceration
Thursday, November 3, 2016 at 6 a.m. by Alan Scherstuhl
It's rare that a film this outraged is also this calm. In patient, observant vignettes, the scenes serene in their composition and stately in their pacing, director Brett Story and cinematographer Maya Bankovic glance against the ed...