Outside the narrow mainstream, a vibrant contemporary feminist cinema is thriving – and being celebrated – around the world. So why are we not paying enough attention? The headlines didn’t say ‘Iranian Women Conquer America’, but the Sundance success of Rokhsareh Ghaem Maghami’s documentary Sonita certainly makes the case. Ghaem Maghami took the Grand Jury …
A canon of themes established in Ukrainian cinema from the 1920s to the 1970s remain central to the country’s perceived difference from Russia
In the 1920s, stars of silent American cinema, including Douglas Fairbanks Sr, Mary Pickford, and Pearl White offered the Soviet viewers alternative models of new femininity and masculinity.
Chronicling the full collaborative history of filmmaking for the first time.
On 3 October, the 75th anniversary reissue of Marcel Carné’s classic Le Jour se lève hits cinemas in the UK and Ireland.
Wim Wenders takes an affectionate look at how his collaboration with Klärchen (as Claire Denis was known then) begun.
We have five signed copies of Wim Wenders’ Inventing Peace: A Dialogue on Perception to give away.
To coincide with the publication of Outer Limits, Howard Hughes’s new Filmgoers’ Guide to the Great Science-Fiction Films, we asked him to give us his top sci-fi films that may have passed under your radar.
We are delighted to announce that our Visual Culture catalogue for 2014 has arrived.
We are delighted to spread the news that the Kraszna-Krausz Foundation have announced Philippa Brewster, Senior Visual Culture Editor at I.B.Tauris, as the 2014 Outstanding Contribution to Publishing recipient.
Inventing Peace to launch in a one-off special event.
Touching and Imagining, Jan Švankmajer’s remarkable book on tactile art, is now available for the first time in English.
Charting Doris Day’s off and on-screen ‘persona’, Tamar Jeffers McDonald unearths a recurring motif of self-referentialism.