Life is seldom simple, and trying to reduce it to dichotomies of good and bad may mean that you miss everything that is important.
Still bringing the world to St. Louis, this year’s festival includes 419 films, including 111 narrative features and 73 documentary features.
There’s something for everyone in terms of content.
Of the 248 feature films at the festival, 114 were directed by women—perhaps the biggest year for female directors in the festival’s history!
It’s not every day you can see real-life footage of monkeys riding ponies or elephants in pajamas, let alone a bear driving a car or riding a bicycle.
In honor of Kartemquin’s 50th anniversary, the Museum of the Moving Image in Queens is putting on a retrospective of their films.
For the Love of Spock is a tribute by Adam Nimoy to his father Leonard’s life and career.
Who knew so much visual interest could be found in the blues and greens of a modern hospital?!
It’s now an international showcase for genre films from all over the world.
To him that final shot is everything.