David Hockney painted his greatest pieces in the 1970s, in the midst of a creative and emotional crisis. As he worked, he gave a filmmaker full and first-hand access to every aspect of his life. A mix of documentary footage, fiction, erotica, and pop culture, this highly stylized, critically-acclaimed film has recently been revived in a new digital restoration.
The patrons of the Roaring 20s say goodbye to their beloved dive bar in the hours before its final last call. Now is the time to say all the things they left unsaid, to do one final deed that would guarantee they are never forgotten. However, much like this film, nostalgia is just another illusion, an American dream never meant to come true.
A documentary about the legendary American choreographer, Merce Cunningham, created through weaving together his iconic works and never-before-seen archival treasures shot between 1942 and 1972 – an era of risk and discovery for Merce and his collaborators, composer John Cage and visual artist Robert Rauschenberg.
Everybody says I don't care about anything, but that's not true. I care about the pigeons.
The great strike that halted the entire French economy in 1995 left a lasting mark on a small mining town. The interconnected stories of people living there today slowly emerge from the mists of a town still haunted by the ghosts of its past.
Recently uncovered 30-year old footage awakens childhood memories and leaves a mixed taste of sweet innocence and bitter fear.
Armed with a hidden camera and a voice recorder, 83-year-old Sergio goes undercover and infiltrates a retirement home. He is not much of a spy, but his natural charm draws the ladies like a magnet. Maite Alberdi (La Once) delivers a heartwarming and delightfully human spy thriller.
What looks at first like a fascinating ritual revolving around an elephant tusk turns out to be restoration and conservation work carried out in a museum. When seen from up close, these complex processes raise profound questions about the essence of artifacts and replicas, and their place in our reality.