Festivals & Events

Festivals & Events


“There is No Nice Way to Bulldoze a School”: Basel Adra and Yuval Abraham on No Other Land

A man in a blue t-shirt lies on a rocky landscape.No Other Land

Co-directed by an Israeli-Palestinian collective of four, No Other Land was filmed in the West Bank, in Masafer Yatta, where Israeli military and increasingly civilians have forced Palestinians out from their villages. Premiered at the 74th Berlinale, the debut feature…  Read more

By Feb 27, 2024

Doc Fortnight 2024: The Axis of Big Data, Preemptive Listening, Small Hours of the Night, Silence of Reason

Two men in straw hats walk through a rice field.The Axis of Big Data

MoMA’s annual Doc Fortnight begins as the Berlinale winds down, allowing the fest to grab freshly premiered titles from there, Rotterdam and Sundance (from the latter, opening night selection Realm of Satan, Soundtrack to a Coup d’Etat and Black Box…  Read more

By Feb 22, 2024

Sundance Institute Announces 2024 Momentum Fellows

The Sundance Institute announced today the eight storytellers who comprise the 2024 Momentum Fellows cohort. Led by the Institute’s Women at Sundance and Artist Accelerator programs, the fellowship “specifically targets mid-career artists hailing from historically marginalized backgrounds, offering them tailored…  Read more

By Feb 22, 2024

Rotterdam 2024 Critic’s Notebook: A Spoiling Rain, The Ballad of Suzanne Césaire, Under a Blue Sun and 102 Narra

The Ballad of Suzanne Césaire

The International Film Festival Rotterdam has always been something of a grab bag. This year, at the 53rd edition, the Dutch festival showed 424 films across its various programmes — a reduction from past years due to widespread budget cuts.…  Read more

By Feb 19, 2024

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