Wesley Morris was singled out today for, in the words of the commendation, "His smart, inventive film criticism, distinguished by pinpoint prose and an easy traverse between the art house and the big-screen box office."
The Educational Video Center has been putting cameras in the hands of New York City youth for almost 30 years. Our series "Through Our Eyes: 3 Decades of NYC Youth Documentaries" celebrates this history with three programs of 11 EVC short films from the 80s through today.
The daughter of French actors, iconic film actress Catherine Deneuve will be honored at the 39th Chaplin Award Gala at Lincoln Center, saluting a career that spans five decades. Tickets to this unmissable event are now on sale to the public.
A hit at this year's New York Film Festival, Asghar Farhadi's "A Separation" won the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film last night. Here's the text of Farhadi's speech.
Documentary's most recognizable filmmaker reflected on the impact of non-fiction film last night at the annual pre-Oscar celebration for non fiction nominees in Los Angeles.
In its second week, the ever-eclectic festival delivers screwball comedies (David Wain's "Wanderlust"), inventive horror ("Silent House" starring Elizabeth Olsen), engrossing documentaries (three by Jean-Pierre Gorin) and other not-to-be-missed gems ("Margaret," anyone?).