A miniseries directed by Rainer Werner Fassbinder finally has its U.S. premier 45 years later and reminds us of the phenomenon of this great German director.
When we have the choice to look, we are bound ethically and politically to what we witness and what we do with what we have seen.
William J. Becker, co-owner of Janus Films, was instrumental in bringing art house and foreign cinema to American audiences. We reflect on his influence.
Does the movie industry owe it to the public to get the facts right in historical movies?