Kicking off NYFF52 Live in the Amphitheater, NYFF Director Kent Jones, Programming Director Dennis Lim, and Senior Programming Advisor Marian Masone offer insight into this year's NYFF.
Richard Gere and filmmaker Oren Moverman joined Amy Taubin on stage at the Walter Reade Theater for a pre-NYFF screening of Time Out of Mind. They talked about how the film came together and how Gere anonymously took to the streets of Manhattan.
Director Damien Chazelle and actor J.K. Simmons took to the stage of the Walter Reade Theater for a Q&A on their NYFF52 film Whiplash, discussing the autobiographical nature, production, and ethics of their brutal film set in the jazz world.
Ahead of the big screen premiere at the start of NYFF, Gone Girl author and screenwriter Gillian Flynn gave her take on David Fincher, Ben Affleck, Rosamund Pike, media, foul play and her experience visiting the set of her own movie.
Oscar-winning actress Marion Cotillard and filmmaker Albert Maysles are some highlights of the the third annual NYFF52 Live, a free in-person event taking place over 15 days at the Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center.
Continuing our celebration of half a century of the New York Film Festival in pictures, we bring you some of our favorite moments from the book New York Film Festival Gold.
Are you dying to see Paul Thomas Anderson's new movie? All you need is a keen eye and a little bit of luck...
In the audio recording about their film Seymour: An Introduction with Seymour Bernstein and Ethan Hawke moderated by NYFF Director Kent Jones, the duo talk about the teacher-student dynamic, mentorship, their relationship and what Hawke wishes was in the documentary.
Experience five decades of the New York Film Festival in pictures. FilmLinc cherry-picked some of our favorite photos from the book New York Film Festival Gold to celebrate the festival's past in the run-up to its upcoming 52nd edition.
Waters and Paper magazine critic Dennis Dermody took the stage following a screening of Waters's first two features, Mondo Trasho and Multiple Maniacs, as well as his short The Diane Linkletter Story at the Film Society.