Images from the Walter Reade: Phil Rosenthal, Norwegian filmmakers, Jodie Foster and more!

Posted by John Wildman on 5.20.2011

AN EVENING WITH JODIE FOSTER featuring THE BEAVER

Jodie Foster brings some style to the Walter Reade (photo by Godlis)

 

(left to right) Robert Benton, Jodie Foster, Jonathan Demme (photo by Godlis)

(left to right) Jodie Foster talks to FSLC's Richard Pena about working with Mel Gibson and her philosophy about making films ("As long as they keep giving me the money to make my movies, what do I care how well they do?" (photo by Godlis)

THE FAR SIDE OF PARADISE: NEW FILMS FROM NORWAY

(left to right) Stellan Skarsgard, Film Movement’s Rebeca Conget, KING OF DEVIL’S ISLAND director Marius Holst, FSLC’s Richard Pena prior to the Opening Night Screening on Wednesday, April 27. (photo by Wildman)

Q&A following the Sunday, May 3 screening of HOME FOR CHRISTMAS with (left to right) FSLC’s Scott Foundas and director Bent Hamer. (photo by Wildman)

EXPORTING RAYMOND

Supported by friends and family (including Chris Ellliot, Heather Graham and Caroline Rhea), Phil Rosenthal's documentary on the travails of translating the humor of "Everybody Loves Raymond" to the Russian television audience, made it's New York debut to a full house at the Walter Reade on Tuesday, April 26. 

Phil Rosenthal poses with his family prior to the screening. (photo by Wildman)

(left to right) Phil Rosenthal delivers some sit down stand-up as FSLC’s Richard Pena moderates the post-screening Q&A for EXPORTING RAYMOND. (photo by Wildman)

EVERYTHING MUST GO

(left to right) FSLC’s Marian Masone talks to Dan Tush about how he snared Will Ferrell for the indie drama EVERYTHING MUST GO on Monday, April 25. (Photo by Wildman)

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