A remixed film within a film leaves viewers reflecting on the nature of life and the moving image.
Kogonada’s sophomore feature is a relentlessly pristine experience, but one that is ultimately warm and throbbing with life.
By Luke Hicks
Kogonada and Joanna Hogg prove themselves masters of capturing the natural world in step with the narrative.
A plot full of twists and turns isn’t the only way to keep a viewer’s eyes glued to the screen.
By Sheryl Oh
In boarding ‘After Yang,’ the star of ‘The Lobster’ is set to continue down a path of indie success.
Kogonada is a master visual storyteller. Check out six video essays that show that.
By Aline Dolinh
Kogonada’s quietly sublime debut finally gets the video essay treatment.