Director Steven Spielberg, writer Tony Kushner, stars Sally Field, David Strathaim, and celebrities Whoopi Goldberg, Dakota Fanning and many more came together Monday night for the Secret Screening of Spielberg's latest, Lincoln starring Daniel Day-Lewis.
Back-to-back viewings of two NYFF films—Leos Carax's Holy Motors and Olivier Assayas' Something in the Air—make a young cinephile question the healthiness of his film fanaticism. By indulging his obsession with the depiction of life on-screen, is he letting his own youth pass him by?
Manohla Dargis of the New York Times wrote that the New York Film Festival's mantra is "More." We're taking that to heart today with "more" new films from around the world, "more" masterpieces from across time, and "more" directors in-person for everything from intros to Q&As to free conversations!
Once cited as the film that killed the Hollywood New Wave, a restored director's cut of Michael Cimino's unfairly-maligned masterpiece received a rapturous reception at the 50th New York Film Festival. But in the days of widespread availability and #teammargaret, is the film maudit a thing of the past?
Get a sneak peak at the installation that accompanies Kubelka's highly anticipated new work as it was being set up this weekend in the Furman Gallery, then see Monument Film and Antiphon tonight at 7:00pm and 9:00pm in the Walter Reade Theater. Rush tickets available!