Now in its 13th year, the Latinbeat film festival delivers a sampling of the best recent Latin American cinema, including bold new fiction works and strong documentaries that explore uncharted aspects of the region's history and culture and that travel beyond capital borders.
The 24th edition of New York's premiere LGBT film festival promises an enticing array of narratives, documentaries and shorts and, for the first time, all of them will screen in the Walter Reade Theater!
The two-time Oscar-winning actress comes to Film Society tonight (June 6) for an extended conversation about her storied career with New Yorker theater critic Hilton Als followed by a screening of her latest film, Peace, Love & Misunderstanding!
With over 50 features and shorts from 10 countries including premieres and rarely-screened masterpieces, not to mention plenty of in-person appearances, this year's fest is poised to live up to its reputation as one of the most exciting and unpredictable in the city!
For the second time in just three years, the Palme d'Or for best picture was awarded to Michael Haneke. This time for his new film, "Amour."
Bearing witness to human rights violations around the world and empowering audience and film subjects alike, the annual Human Rights Watch Film Festival features 16 films from 12 nations.