Alice Rohrwacher's The Wonders will have its North American premiere at the upcoming New York Film Festival. It follows a German-Italian beekeeping family whose oldest daughter is heir apparent. Check out a clip from the film here.
The doc by Martin Scorsese and David Tedeschi takes a look at the legacy of The New York Review of Books as a major influence on American culture and criticism. The 50 Year Argument screens at the upcoming 52nd New York Film Festival. Check out the film's trailer here.
Richard Gere and Ethan Hawke will be the guests of honor at the New York Film Festival's "An Evening With…" events. The Film Society of Lincoln Center will host Hawke September 30 and Gere October 8 with dinners and conversation in benefit of the Film Society.
Mink Stole has acted in nearly every John Waters film since 1966's Roman Candles. Along the way, Waters christened her with her catchy moniker and has a rich history with the director to share. FilmLinc spoke with Mink Stole as the Film Society's Waters retrospective got underway.
Acclaimed German director Dominik Graf's Beloved Sisters will have its North American debut at the 52nd New York Film Festival. Check out an exclusive clip of the love-triangle drama set in the 18th century here.
J.P. Sniadecki’s experimental documentary takes a look at trains, their passengers, and the ethnographic significance found after its three years of production. The Iron Ministry screens at the 52nd New York Film Festival. FilmLinc presents three clips from the film here.
Paul Thomas Anderson will host this year's On Cinema while Mathieu Amalric, Pedro Costa, Mike Leigh, and Bennett Miller will take part in the HBO Directors Dialogues during the upcoming New York Film Festival, the Film Society of Lincoln Center said Saturday.
FilmLinc Daily will spotlight films debuting at the upcoming 52nd New York Film Festival. Today FL features a trailer and clips from Hong Sang-soo's Hill of Freedom, a delicate and complex film that will have its North American premiere at the NYFF on Tuesday, September 30.
Matías Piñeiro's The Princess of France, a contemporary reworking of Shakespeare's Love's Labour's Lost in which the protagonist translates the play into an Internet-radio opus. A clip from the NYFF North American premiere is featured here.
We spoke with John Waters just before the announcement that he'll be the subject of a full retrospective at the Film Society, the first in the U.S., called "Fifty Years of John Waters: How Much Can You Take?"