Cinema of Resistance unleashes its fury at the Film Society of Lincoln Center beginning Friday. Spotlighting films that are political in both subject matter and execution, the series highlights international titles from the '60s to the present, ranging from topics tackling prisons, Vietnam and Afghanistan to Wall Street.
Director Kiyoshi Kurosawa's latest film, Real, has been added to the Main Slate of the 51st New York Film Festival. Also today FSLC unveiled the screening schedule for NYFF's Official Selection.
Short Term 12 director Destin Cretton and stars Brie Larson and John Gallagher Jr. answered questions at a screening of the SXSW and Locarno award-winning film last week at Film Society, ahead of its theatrical opening this Friday.
Actress Cate Blanchett and actor/director Ralph Fiennes will be feted with Gala Tributes at the 51st New York Film Festival. The annual celebrations recognize the work of individuals who have made "significant artistic contributions to film culture in the past and will continue to do so in the future."
In this dispatch from the festival, Locarno Critics Academy member Ingrid Raison takes a look at Korean director Hong Sang-soo's Our Sunhi and its universal comic elements, comparing the film to French filmmaker/actor Jacques Tati's work.
In their new film, avant-garde documentary filmmakers Yervant Gianikian and Angela Ricci Lucchi resculpt home movies from the Italian occupation of Ethiopia into a damning deconstruction of fascism and colonialism.
James Franco teased Tuesday via Twitter and Instagram that he is planning a new show for arts cable network, Ovation TV titled James Franco Presents. The filmmaker/actor has three films coming up at Film Society including two at Newfest and the debut of his latest directorial, Child of God.
James Berclaz-Lewis is a member of the second annual Critics Academy at the Locarno Film Festival. In this dispatch from the festival, he looks at the good cop-bad cop role in Quentin Dupieux's Wrong Cops.
Abdellatif Kechiche's controversial Blue Is the Warmest Color will screen uncut in U.S. theaters once it heads into regular distribution. The film is being rated NC-17 for "explicit sexual content." Blue will have its U.S. premiere at the upcoming New York Film Festival.