The Los Angeles Film Critics Association gave their choices for the best of 2013, choosing ties for some of its categories including Best Picture, which the group gave to both Alfonso Cuarón's Gavity and Spike Jonze's NYFF World Premiere Her.
Steve McQueen's New York Film Festival feature 12 Years A Slave received multiple honors from the Boston Society of Film Critics Sunday naming the film its choice for Best Picture, Best Actor for Chiwetel Ejiofor and Best Director.
The International Documentary Association (IDA) offered up its favorites for 2013, awarding Jehane Noujaim's NYFF51 doc The Square its Best Feature Award, while Laura Poitras (The Oath) was honored with a "Courage Under Fire" Award.
A new documentary on top-ranked high school basketball star Lenny Cooke, who never made it to the NBA, opens this week at the Film Society. We sat down with directors Josh and Benny Safdie to analyze Cooke's struggles, the business side of the draft, and the state of the game today.
On the occasion of the opening of Liv & Ingmar (NYFF50) on December 13, we're screening nine Bergman/Ullmann collaborations in "Liv and Ingmar: The Films," which will run concurrently with the brand new documentary.
Tis the season to be frightened! If you haven't yet heard, a 1984 horror classic, Charles E Sallier Jr.’s Silent Night, Deadly Night is being granted a new theatrical re-release this month thanks to ScreenVision and Fangoria Magazine. The film will be screened in a brand new HD transfer across the country, and so FilmLinc Daily decided to speak with the creative team behind the film for this special occasion.
Danish filmmaker Lars von Trier's anticipated Nymphomaniac will head to theaters as two separate full length features.