The Korean director visited the Film Society of Lincoln Center Thursday night for an extended Q&A following a special screening of his sci-fi drama at the Walter Reade Theater.
NewFest, New York's Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Film Festival will screen 16 narrative and five documentaries July 24-29.
Life with HIV inspired veteran filmmaker Joaquim Pinto to document his worldly insights about life past and present. See the premiere of his film's trailer here.
FilmLinc sat down with filmmaker Lisandro Alonso for a short conversation prior to Tuesday evening's official announcement that he will be this year's Filmmaker in Residence. The evening was quite a bash with some well-known veteran filmmakers and stars.
The Film Society of Lincoln Center and Jaeger-LeCoultre announced the selection of award-winning Argentine filmmaker Lisandro Alonso as the 2014 Filmmaker in Residence at a dinner in New York Tuesday evening.
When a director’s stylistic approach perfectly complements the content they choose to explore, it’s easy to recall the chicken/egg dilemma: does the style just happen to coincide with the content, does one serve as a natural extension of the other, or is it a purposeful confluence of elements?
The free screening is a "special tease" for the Met Opera’s 10-day "Summer HD Festival," which begins August 23.
From more than 120 applications, six finalists were selected by editors at Indiewire and Film Comment for this year's program at the Swiss festival taking place in August.
Zeina Daccache's Scheherazade's Diary follows women inmates in Lebanon's Baabda prison throughout a 10-month drama therapy/theater project. The film closes out the 25th Human Rights Watch Film Festival this Sunday.
Late-night frights are back at the Film Society this summer. In July and August, Friday nights at 11pm will feature mind-melting, gross-out horror as well as rarely screened classic cult favorites in 35mm.