The timeliness of a poem, painting, novel or film draws not only on its origin and response but also its capability to speak to the present long after the fact. This is
“A cat meowing at your feet, looking up at you, is life smiling at you,” says one of the many affectionate cat people of Kedi. “Those are the moments when we’re lucky
“He didn’t live a double life. He lived twice.” - An appreciation of Chris Marker's influential classic La jetée
Hybrid film draws on the stylistic and narrative traditions of both documentary and fiction film to varying degrees.
From the Lumière Brothers, Georges Méliès, the Nouvelle Vague and cinéma verité, where would documentary be without France?