Opening the fest is Ana Lily Amirpour's A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night, while Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard's unconventional Nick Cave "documentary" 20,000 Days On Earth will close out the event, which runs March 19 - 30 at the Film Society of Lincoln Center and the Museum of Modern Art.
"Curiosity is much more interesting than anything that is associated with what they now call 'auteurism,'" the director said during a conversation with Steve Coogan about their Oscar-nominated film, part of our Free Talks series.
The San Francisco Film Society has named Noah Cowan its new Executive Director. Cowan who has served as Artistic Director of TIFF Bell Lightbox in Toronto since 2008, will assume the position March 3.
The eight-day retrospective, Permanent Vacation: The Films of Jim Jarmusch (April 2 - 10), includes all 11 of his features, a selection of short films and music videos, and the theatrical release of Only Lovers Left Alive.
The Bronx-born actor, director, producer and activist will be honored at the 41st annual Chaplin Award Gala on Monday, April 28. The Film Society’s annual Gala began in 1972, honoring Charlie Chaplin, and has since feted many of the industry's most notable talents.
Awards night in London! The British Academy of Film and Television Arts presented prizes for the best of 2013. What do you think of the winners?
The 64th Berlin International Film Festival climaxed tonight with the event's awards. China/Hong Kong feature Black Coal, Thin Ice won the Berlinale's top Golden Bear for Best Feature Film award. Richard Linklater won Best Director.
Richard Linklater has done it again. Two decades after hitting the indie filmmaking scene with his seminal feature Slacker, he has unveiled a new film that could very well be a spyglass into growing up in the 2000s. The filmmaker and cast discussed the remarkable Boyhood in Berlin.