New to Streaming: The Assistant, Yes, God, Yes, The Rental, Metrograph Digital & More

New to Streaming: The Assistant, Yes, God, Yes, The Rental, Metrograph Digital & More With a seemingly endless amount of streaming options—not only the titles at our disposal, but services themselves–each week we highlight the noteworthy titles that have recently hit platforms. Check ...

HBO’s Tiger Woods Series by Two White Directors Is a Flashpoint for ‘Decolonizing’ Docs

HBO’s Tiger Woods Series by Two White Directors Is a Flashpoint for ‘Decolonizing’ Docs When HBO Sports announced upcoming docuseries “Tiger,” controversy followed. The problem didn’t lie in the sometimes-tabloid story of champion golfer Tiger Woods, but in its telling: The directors are ...

Metrograph Announces New Membership-Based Programming, Available Digitally Nationwide

Metrograph Announces New Membership-Based Programming, Available Digitally Nationwide Opening four years ago in the Lower East Side of Manhattan, Metrograph has been a bastion for cinephiles. Since the pandemic hit in mid-March, causing all movie theaters in the city and beyond to shut ...

NYC Arthouse Metrograph Expands Online Via Live, Curated Screening Program

NYC Arthouse Metrograph Expands Online Via Live, Curated Screening Program The Metrograph, the four-year old New York City arthouse that established itself as a tastemaking film venue before being knocked sideways by Covid-19, has launched an ambitious online expansion. ...

Metrograph Launches Digital Membership Program to Preserve ‘Communal Movie Watching’

Metrograph Launches Digital Membership Program to Preserve ‘Communal Movie Watching’ As a “normal” moviegoing world continues remains uncertain, quick-thinking adaptation has become the name of the name. New York City’s Metrograph, both a beloved boutique theater and growing ...

Rushes. Stan Lee & Alain Resnais, Transgender Cinema, Quay Brothers Imaginary Posters

Get in touch to send in cinephile news and discoveries. For daily updates follow us @NotebookMUBI.NEWSThe Weinstein Company has continued its descent after the many sexual assault accusations fired at ...

Watch: One-Hour Documentary Explores the Making of Spike Lee’s ‘Do the Right Thing’

Recently celebrating its 25th anniversary, after Spike Lee and cast revisited Do the Right Thing, we now have another look at the director’s classic drama. The late St. Clair Bourne’s documentary on ...

St Clair Bourne’s “The Black And The Green” & Oscar Micheaux Tribute (Screening Sightings)

From my inbox (Thanks Alece!): Some upcoming screening events for my fellow New Yorkers: First, tonight at 7:30Pm, Harlem Stage (150 Convent Ave in Harlem) is screening St. Clair Bourne’s The Black ...

Do the Right Thing: 20th Anniversary Blu-ray Review

"It's the hottest day of the summer. You can do nothing, you can do something, or you can..." Do The Right Thing (1989) was Spike Lee's third film that actualized the promise the writer/director ...