A few changes took place in the New York film critic community recently. In a week where J. Hoberman was named the new DVD columnist for The New York Times, David Fear was let go as Film Editor of Time Out New York.
Ahead of its U.S. premiere at AFI Fest in Los Angeles, Sorrentino spoke to FilmLinc Daily about his love of Rome, the film's simple yet unconventional storytelling and its kinship to another ode to the Eternal City, Fellini's La Dolce Vita.
Darren Hoffman's documentary Tradition Is a Temple explores the unique musical culture of New Orleans through fascinating interviews and dynamic filmed performances. We spoke with the musician-turned-director about his film, which screens Thursday in our monthly Art of the Real series.
Director Matt Creed and co-writer and star Amy Grantham discuss their portrait of a twenty-something breast cancer survivor, based on Grantham's own experiences, which screens on Wednesday in our monthly Indie Night series.
A member of this year's NYFF Critics Academy, Graham Winfrey caught Richard Curtis' About Time at the New York Film Festival last month. The film, about a 21 year-old who uses his ability of time travel to pursue a girlfriend, is now in theaters.
Mexican filmmaker Diego Quemada-Diez's The Golden Cage and French drama Suzanne by Katell Quillévéré received top prizes at the Thessaloniki International Film Festival, which concluded over the weekend.
New York Film Festival features Le Week-End, The Invisible Woman, Blue Is The Warmest Color and last year's Frances Ha are among the films to score nominations Monday for the 16th annual Moët British Independent Film Awards.
The European Film Awards unveiled their nominations this weekend. New York Film Festival's Blue Is The Warmest Color (La Vie D'Adele), Italy/France's The Great Beauty, Belgium's The Broken Circle Breakdown and Germany's Oh Boy! are among the top nominees.
George Clooney's The Monuments Men will screen in the official program of the Berlin International Film Festival in February.