San Francisco Film Society is tipping its hat to Awards Season with its first annual "Fall Celebration," which will honor Fruitvale Station as well as NYFF 51 debuts Her, Nebraska and The Square.
Big screen thrills are on tap for the fourth annual Mountainfilm series at the Film Society of Lincoln Center. The program, taking place next month, will travel from the heights of the Himalayas to the frigid Arctic Circle and tackle the open seas in an around-the-world documentary odyssey.
MoMA has appointed film journalist Dave Kehr as Adjunct Curator in its Department of Film. He will oversee new scholarship and exhibitions related to the museum's film collection.
In her final installment from the recent New York Film Festival, Critics Academy member Shelley Farmer takes a look at alternative relationships as manifest in James Franco's Child of God and Spike Jonze's Her.
Aria producer Don Boyd recalls working with Jean-Luc Godard on his segment of the 1987 omnibus film. Titled Armide, the short will screen in 35mm Monday night as part of the trailer program in our ongoing Godard retrospective.
On Closing Night of the New York Film Festival, several of this year's Critics Academy members were discussing the ongoing Jean-Luc Godard retrospective at Film Society, debating their favorites and which films they wanted to see for the first time or re-visit. Here are some of their choices...
Non-fiction takes the spotlight at the upcoming CPH: DOX (Copenhagen International Documentary Film Festival) taking place mid-November. The lineup this year includes 200 films with 57 making their world or international premieres.
In her final installment from the 51st New York Film Festival, Critics Academy member Vanessa Erazo "dives into" the avant-garde with a look at Lois Patiño's films and discovers a subliminal immersive experience.
In his final installment from NYFF51, Critics Academy member Gus Reed takes a look at Nathaniel Dorsky's new work, Song and Spring, which screened in Views from the Avant-Garde at the recent festival.