See stunning digital restorations of A Star is Born, Barry Lyndon and The Shining in our special matinee series now through June 28!
This year's Human Rights Watch Film Festival brings eyewitnesses to the foreground in six films about journalism, HIV, gender inequality, and social media's role in 21st century activism.
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!
Director Daniele Vicari talks about student activism, violence in cinema, and the international scope of the human rights violations that occurred at the Diaz school in Genoa during the 2001 G8 summit.
The Seattle-based indie director may have "boringly loving" relationships with her siblings, but that doesn't stop her from exploring the complexities of sisterhood in her fourth feature, which opens Friday at Film Society!
Last week's screening of the legendary basketball doc, the closing-night sensation at NYFF '94, featured a Q&A with all three filmmakers and subject Arthur Agee. It felt alternately like a victory lap and a reflection on the film's influence, both positive and negative.