At an NYFF Live event over the weekend, Oscar-winning French actress Marion Cotillard talked about her new film Two Days, One Night, by the Dardennes, and her illustrious career.
Cannes revealed details about its Competition, Un Certain Regard, Midnight, and Special Screenings lineup Thursday in Paris.
Screenings, dramatic readings, and other special events are on tap for the 27th annual Columbia University Film Festival, co-sponsored for the third year by the Film Society of Lincoln Center.
Wong Kar Wai's martial-arts drama The Grandmaster, which screened at the Film Society last December, won a dozen awards, including Best Picture, at the Hong Kong Film Awards over the weekend.
As our "Permanent Vacation: The Films of Jim Jarmusch" retrospective concludes (and Only Lovers Left Alive gets set to open) at the Film Society, Jim Jarmusch was on hand last night to join us in celebrating his career.
The French-language drama starring director Philippe Garrel's son Louis, as well Anna Mouglalis and Rebecca Convenant, had its U.S. premiere at last year's New York Film Festival and screened in competition in Venice.
This spring, the Film Society of Lincoln Center will celebrate Charlie Chaplin with a photographic exhibit—an event that encourages us to reminisce about an artist very much made for modern times.