The Close-Up: ‘Film Comment’ Editors Discuss Their Recently Released Best Films of 2014 Poll Results
Film Comment's Violet Lucca, Nicolas Rapold, and Gavin Smith discuss the Best Films of 2014 in this bonus episode of the Film Society's podcast series, The Close-Up.
The New York Jewish Film Festival is returning for its 24th year next month with a roster that includes 47 features and shorts from 11 countries, with 21 screening as World, U.S., or New York premieres January 14-29.
Marion Cotillard takes the spotlight in this week's edition of The Close-Up, the Film Society of Lincoln Center's weekly podcast series, two weeks before her latest, Two Days, One Night, opens in theaters.
Antonio Gaudí by Japanese auteur Hiroshi Teshigahara returns to the Film Society in tandem with the opening of Stefan Haupt's Sagrada: The Mystery of Creation on Friday, December 19.
Blurring the line between fiction and documentary, A Spell to Ward of the Darkness has been acclaimed as a work that’s “exploration of community, seclusion, and rejection." It opens at the Film Society today, with Q&As this weekend.
Filmmaker Vlad Petri discusses filmmaking in a time of protest with FilmLinc.
The actress stars as the daughter of a mother who is nostalgic for the country's communist past in Stere Gulea's I'm an Old Communist Hag, which screens in the upcoming Making Waves: New Romanian Cinema series opening this week at the Film Society.