Film and TV Archive

Assassination is a Revelation for Korean Cinema

This beautiful, historical epic is both a landmark and a rediscovery of form.

Call Me Lucky Charts Barry Crimmins’ Journey From Comic to Anti-Abuse Activist

In this film, you’ll become acquainted with a profane, irritable saint.

After the Genius of The Act of Killing, The Look of Silence Bores

An Indonesian optometrist treats the men who perpetrated the genocide that claimed his brother.

“Wiccan, Yes. Dirty Hippie, Fuck No”: An Ex-Con Reviews Orange is the New Black Season 3, Episode 2

"They would have put Michelle Obama through the same treatment if she were in there."

This Wednesday: Watch TV-One’s Unsung Documentary on Chuck Brown

In addition to the straight facts of Brown's life and the history of go-go, the biography unearths some fascinating lesser-known tidbits.

Who Does This Show Empower? An Ex-Con Reviews Orange is the New Black Season 3, Episode 1

"Sneaking stuff in by way of a baby’s diaper on visiting day is like, a classic move."

Coming This Fall: A Film on D.C.’s Undocumented Immigrant Youth

Four young locals talk about the challenges of undocumented life in D.C.

What Your Summer Outdoor Film Series Says About Your Neighborhood

Nine to Five captures the workaday gloom of Golden Triangle, and AdMo should show pizza-themed flicks.

In Marie’s Story, an Uneven Take on the Astounding Story of a Deaf-Blind French Girl

Haven't we seen this story before? Anyone heard of The Miracle Worker?

The Foo Fighters Will Be David Letterman’s Last Musical Guests Ever

Tonight's show will feature the late-night host's favorite band.