"Fifty Years of John Waters: How Much Can You Take?" will include all 12 of the legendary director's features alongside a selection of films curated by Waters, conversations, shorts, and more.
The Foxy Merkins director Madeleine Olnek shares her thoughts on adapting male-hustler movies, comedy, and catching the attention of Artforum prior to its Manhattan bow as part of NewFest this week.
Co-director Charles Lum shared with FilmLinc Daily how Age of Consent became a full-blown feature, owing some influence to a 1981 film set in Berlin. He also reveals his and fellow filmmaker Tom Verow's experience diving into hardcore London and finding an audience for their film.
The diversity of this year’s NewFest, which opens at the Film Society on July 24, is the most hopeful and exciting aspect of modern queer cinema. The 26th edition spans 20 films and three collections of shorts from around the world.
Birdman centers on one-time action hero Riggan Thomson, played by Michael Keaton, who attempts to be taken seriously as an artist by staging his own adaptation of Raymond Carver's What We Talk About When We Talk About Love.
Gone Girl author and screenwriter Gillian Flynn provides insight into how media plays a particular role in sensational cases of foul play. She also shares her thoughts on working with director David Fincher and seeing her characters come alive via Ben Affleck and Rosamund Pike.
Set in L.A. in the '70s, Anderson's adaptation of the novel by Thomas Pynchon stars Joaquin Phoenix, Josh Brolin, Reese Witherspoon and Benicio Del Toro.
Fincher's Gone Girl starring Ben Affleck and Rosamund Pike will have its World Premiere as the Opening Night of the 52nd NYFF. Tavern on the Green will once again serve as the after-party for the Gala.
FilmLinc spoke with filmmaker Neto Villalobos about his film All About the Feathers, set to screen on Thursday, July 17 and Saturday, July 19 as part of Latinbeat.
The Film Society has announced "An Evening with Isabelle Huppert." The July 30 event features a conversation between the award-winning actress and superfan John Waters, plus screenings of Catherine Breillat's Abuse of Weakness and Michael Haneke's The Piano Teacher.