Nathaniel Dorsky began making films in the 1960s, and worked for many years as an editor on various commercial film projects which had nothing to do with his personal interests as an artist. For him, there is a strict separation between a film made for money and a film made personally. Continue reading “There is magic to be found in everything” – Looking at films by Nathaniel Dorsky
In these strange, scary and all around unprecedented times, there’s a considerable fret to find the most “relevant” film to best encapsulate what feels like a consistently devolving, worldwide health crisis. Continue reading UDVFF: Program 2 – ‘Comparmentalized Collapse’
Welcome to the first Ultra Dogme Virtual Film Festival. We are excited to be trying something new. Continue reading The Ultra Dogme Virtual Film Festival: Program 1 – 'From a Distance'
We’re starting a virtual film festival this Saturday, March 21st. Continue reading Announcement: Ultra Dogme’s First Virtual Film Festival
Woche der Kritik 2020 endowed us with an opportunity to dive back into the summer of 2017, through the lens (both retinal and camera) of Ivana, the Terrible. Ivana, the Terrible, flavorful as it is, is only a snippet of the broad world of Ivana Mladenović. Continue reading Women’s Day: “Stuck on this bridge of friendship” – An Interview with Ivana Mladenović
Arta Barzanji selects a brief excerpt from ‘Introduction to Arnold Schoenberg’s Accompaniment to a Cinematic Scene’ as a tribute to Danièle Huillet. Continue reading Women’s Day: Danièle Huillet – A Moral Artist
At the recent French premiere of the documentary film The War is Never Over (2019, dir. Beth B), iconic No wave queen Lydia Lunch – whose tumultuous life and career are the subject of the film – described her constant struggle with childhood trauma as the creative force behind her long-lasting career as an artist, which now stretches over four decades. Continue reading Women’s Day: The War is Never Over – Transcendental Darklands of Lydia Lunch and Louise Bourque