Harvard Film Archive
INTERVIEW: HADEN GUEST
Haden Guest is the director of the Harvard Film Archive, as well as the senior lecturer on art, film, and visual studies at the university. He recently curated and organized “The ...
REPERTORY FILM REPORT: ON “THE B-FILM” AT THE HFA
FILM REVIEW: TWO BY JA’TOVIA GARY AT THE HFA
FESTIVAL REPORT: TWO FILMS BY SARAH JACOBSON AT BUFF
FILM REVIEW: “COLD WEATHER” AND “GEMINI” AT THE HFA
STILL B.U.F.F.: GUIDE TO THE 2016 BOSTON UNDERGROUND FILM FESTIVAL
Your Guide to the 2016 Boston Underground Film Festival
UGLY AMERICANS, BEAUTIFUL MOVIES: ON THE HARVARD FILM ARCHIVE’S LATEST HOLLYWOOD PROGRAM
On the Harvard Film Archive’s latest program of Hollywood pictures
PEAK APU: GETTING TO KNOW THE EXEMPLARY POETRY OF THE APU TRILOGY
What it is, is cinema.
MISTAKEN IDENTITY: SAMUEL FULLER’S TAKE ON THE PRIMARY CONTRADICTION OF AMERICAN LIFE
Fuller’s movie recognizes (with astutely visualized clarity) the primary contradiction of American life: Racial identity is a false construct, but one that no individual can ever transcend.