The Venice prize winner will open at the Film Society of Lincoln Center on April 17, coinciding with our retrospective of Rohmer's Comedies and Proverbs cycle.
‘What We Do in the Shadows’ Co-Director/Writer/Star Jemaine Clement Discusses Vampires and Mock Docs
The acclaimed New Zealander spoke to FilmLinc about his hilarious vampire horror-comedy, which opens the Film Society's Scary Movies series tonight.
The Film Society of Lincoln Center has revealed details for Part 2 of popular retrospective Fassbinder: Romantic Anarchist (November 7-26), the largest in New York City in over a decade.
In Case of No Emergency: The Films of Ruben Östlund will include all of the award-winning Swedish filmmaker's features, several shorts and ski films, and one-week runs of Involuntary (2008) and NYFF49 official selection Play (2011).
At an NYFF Live event over the weekend, Oscar-winning French actress Marion Cotillard talked about her new film Two Days, One Night, by the Dardennes, and her illustrious career.
The NYFF Projections filmmaker talks about the process of piecing her film together entirely through the use of archival footage. Second Sighted screened on Friday as part of Projections Program 4.
The NYFF Projections filmmaker discusses the eclectic imagery and soundscape of his short, which screens today as part of Projections Program 7.
Projections director Joana Pimenta gives the lowdown on The Figures Carved Into the Knife By the Sap of the Banana Trees, which screens this weekend at NYFF.
Matías Piñeiro's The Princess of France, a contemporary reworking of Shakespeare's Love's Labour's Lost in which the protagonist translates the play into an Internet-radio opus. A clip from the NYFF North American premiere is featured here.
We spoke with John Waters just before the announcement that he'll be the subject of a full retrospective at the Film Society, the first in the U.S., called "Fifty Years of John Waters: How Much Can You Take?"