Ghanaian posters for African movies are not for the faint of heart.
You might imagine Hollywood in the '70s was a wild, experimental place. In the case of The Source Family, that would be, as they say, a bit of an understatement.
Mobile 35mm scanning hardware is now available for the smartphone.
Lena Dunham partners with Rachel Antonoff for a fashion film
Marc Jacobs makes his acting debut in Disconnect.
Johan Andersson raises funds for a film on the life of his mentor, the Swedish design icon Olle Eksell.
Roman Coppola and Jason Schwartzman create a short film about love.
A Spanish designer boils hit films down to their memorable automobiles in this poster series.
From the filmmaker's days as a magazine photographer
Tour a half-a-century of graphic design for Cuban cinema
Get to know the filmmaker and his influences by what he picks off the shelves.
Romance, drama, and double-vanilla-chocolate-almond-cream cake in Prada's new collaborative spot.
A film about crocheting becomes a work of art.
Lee Reedy and Robert Clayton recount the stories behind their iconic posters for films like Citizen Kane and King Kong.
The Russian director of Solaris made equally beautiful images with an instant camera.
Stanley Kubrick banned outside cameras on set and invited an artist to paint and draw the production instead.
The history, craft, and culture of hand-lettered signs gets marquee treatment in a new documentary.
A new documentary about the cult classic soul singer is in the works.
The complete story of Pablo Escobar's drug trade from Colombia to New York, in five minutes, with papier-mâché puppets.
What's inside the mind of Roman Coppola? The music video director for Phoenix and The Strokes, Wes Anderson collaborator, and filmmaker behind stylish and beguiling features CQ and Charles Swan tells us how working on Rumblefish and seeing Fellini films changed his life forever.
The filmmakers behind the new documentary tell us about the sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll social experiment that was The Source Family.
We've got a file on the Los Angeles filmmaker and photographer Grant Singer.
The Colorado-based poster designer talks his recent Divine Fits collaboration, the industry of the film poster, and why 20th Century Polish designers had it right.
Sword fighting, Elijah Wood, and a legit Beach House score
Cheerleaders, gladiators, dinosaurs, and police cars compete in a brutal beach race.
A new Tribeca competition looks at how creatives are wrapping their heads around Vine
"You don't have to be perpetually clean, but you should know where your shit is when you need it."
A surreal new clip from the filmmaker behind those Old Spice ads. Also, Henry Winkler's in it.
An ambitious student project sees the light of day.