Unsane (2018), an inventive self-referential film examines the increasingly global proliferation of for-profit mental health care and personal digital media, and confuses film critics.
Ten suggestions for making it possible for us to live prepared for that which we cannot predict.
The growing power of the Hungarian Academy of Arts (MMA) has been suppressing the art community, but it has has been fighting back.
The American artist Sharon Lockhart designed the Polish Pavilion at the 2017 Venice Biennale inspired by Janusz Korczak.
Two Bear-winning films explore the austerity of modern life and the suppression of the animal side of human nature.
What should be the role of an international film festival in these confusing and insecure times? Berlin’s recipe for addressing contemporary challenges
The opening ceremony of Which Human Rights Film Festival was a tribute to Istanbul’s iconic Emek Cinema, demolished in 2013 to make place for a shopping mall.
As many Turkish artists fight for their existence under difficult circumstances, a growing number of people are flocking to theatre halls to breathe the freedom of art, against all odds.