You may know her accomplishments, but chances are you haven’t heard her story. U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ginsburg has created a breathtaking legal legacy for women’s rights while becoming an unexpected pop culture icon. RBG reveals the woman behind the memes.Find out more »
WHY THE RYDER NEEDS YOUR SUPPORT TODAY Back in March, when we made the decision to publish the magazine without ad revenue, we thought the pandemic would be under control by September. Clearly, we were wrong about that. Today, with the end nowhere in sight, we are asking for your support to publish The Ryder into the spring. Read more A Greek tragedy set in contemporary Israel, God of the Piano is the story of a concert pianist from a…Find out more »
You can watch Oliver Sacks: His Own Life, right here, right now, but not until Oct 2nd Oliver Sacks: His Own Life explores the life and work of the legendary neurologist and storyteller, as he shares intimate details of his battles with drug addiction, homophobia, and a medical establishment that accepted his work only decades after the fact. Sacks was a fearless explorer of unknown mental worlds who helped redefine our understanding of the brain and mind, the diversity of…Find out more »
Henri is a middle-aged writer in crisis. He wrote one great novel 25 years earlier but not much since. Just at a time when he is assessing his life, an enormous gray dog, impolite and smelly, sneaks into his house.Find out more »
Before beginning his feature-filmmaking career, Paulo Rocha worked as an assistant to both Jean Renoir and Manoel de Oliveira. Long-unscreened in the United States, his films are championed as cornerstones of Portugeuse cinema.Find out more »
A major work of the celebrated Berlin School, the debut of Ulrich Köhler is a mesmerizing portrait of a young German soldier named Paul who goes AWOL and returns to his childhood home in the countrysideFind out more »
The vinyl record renaissance over the past decade has brought new fans to a classic format and transformed our idea of a record collector: younger, both male and female, multicultural.Find out more »
Film has never seen a collaboration like that between Jean-Marie Straub and Danièle Huillet, a fiercely intellectual husband-wife duo whose decades-spanning oeuvre aimed to spark a revolution among the masses. It contains adaptations of Kafka and Brecht, homages to D.W. Griffith, Renoir, and Bresson, and treatises on political matters both current and eternal.Find out more »
Peter Sellers’ “lost” comedy and his lone directorial effort has been restored from the only surviving 35mm print.
Peter Sellers stars as Auguste Topaze, a poor but proud schoolteacher. Unwilling to sacrifice his principles, he loses his job after refusing to alter the failing grades of one of students.