New Frontier

New Frontier champions films that expand, experiment with, and explode traditional storytelling. Recognizing the crossroads of film, art, and media technology as a hotbed for cinematic innovation.
The Better Angels

Indiana, 1817. The entire nation, only 40 years old and a few years removed from a second war of independence, is still raw. Men and women must battle against nature and… »

The Girl from Nagasaki

Michel Comte’s dazzling feature debut renders this modern love story as an epic, overt spectacle of romance and loss, and a marvel of formal construction. Based upon Giacomo… »

HITRECORD ON TV

hitRECord is an online collaborative production company founded by actor/director Joseph Gordon-Levitt and his brother “Burning Dan.” The enterprise brings them together… »

Living Stars

In Buenos Aires, they are dancing. Dozens of real people, identified simply by name and occupation, are presented in their kitchens, living rooms, offices, and streets—each… »

The Measure of All Things

Acclaimed documentarian Sam Green began experimenting with “live documentary” storytelling at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival with Utopia in Four Movements. Green returns… »

This World Made Itself; Myth and Infrastructure; Dreaming of Lucid Living

Animator/performance artist Miwa Matryek incorporates the live silhouette of her own body into projections of her exquisitely rendered animations to create breathtakingly… »

Through a Lens Darkly: Black Photographers and the Emergence of a People

A rich and lyrical tapestry that is both personal and epic in scope, Thomas Allen Harris’s extraordinary documentary, Through a Lens Darkly: Black Photographers and the… »