The flamboyant Danish director sported T-shirt that read: "Persona Non Grata Official Selection," which also not so subtly had the Cannes Palme d'Or logo across his chest, while Shia LaBeouf gives a metaphoric response to a question and walks out.
Wes Anderson's The Grand Budapest Hotel finally made its World Premiere, opening up the Berlin International Film Festival Thursday.
The Film Society of Lincoln Center has announced plans for a revamped "Art of the Real" series, transforming it from a monthly event into an annual two-week celebration of nonfiction cinema.
After a successful premiere at the Sundance Film Festival, "Camp X-Ray," the dramatic new film starring Kristen Stewart and Peyman Moaadi, will be distributed by IFC Films.
Leading up to this year's Rendez-Vous with French Cinema, we're celebrating post-New Wave, award-winning French filmmaker Patrice Chéreau, who died last October and whose filmmaking spanned over 30 years.
Filmmaker Nancy Buirski debuted her latest Afternoon of a Faun: Tanaquil Le Clercq at NYFF. She spoke with FilmLinc about her discovery of Tanny, taking the story to Martin Scorsese and how founding a documentary film festival has helped inform her filmmaking.
The February 13 event includes a 3D screening of his multiple Oscar-nominated Gravity followed by a conversation with Cuarón moderated by Gavin Smith of Film Comment, plus a screening of his 2006 film Children of Men.
Eduardo Coutinho is considered one of the South American country's greatest documentarians, receiving accolades for films such as Edificio Master, Twenty Years Later, Babilonia 2000 and Playing.
The 19th Rendez-Vous with French Cinema (March 6 - 16) will open with Emmanuelle Bercot's On My Way with star Catherine Deneuve in person, and will close with Bertrand Tavernier's The French Minister. Twenty-four features from established and "next New Wave" filmmakers are set for this year's roster.