The Bitter Tears of Petra von Kant (1972) and In a Year with 13 Moons (1978) tied for first in our poll of film critics and industry insiders. What's your favorite Fassbinder film?
The five-part documentary series that will be featured as part of SundanceNOW Doc Club's Agnès Varda Month will screen at the Film Society in its entirety for free.
The Film Society of Lincoln Center will host two events with Japanese pop artist Takashi Murakami June 1, including the New York premiere of debut feature, Jellyfish Eyes, followed by a conversation.
Though most often associated with the big screen, Rainer Werner Fassbinder created trailblazing works for the small screen decades before TV's current so-called Golden Age.
HBO Documentary Films' anticipated film The Case Against 8 will have a special advance screening at the Film Society of Lincoln Center May 29. Filmmakers Ben Cotner and Ryan White will be joined by plaintiffs in the case for a post-screening discussion.
Twenty-two films (19 of which are New York premieres) are on tap for the upcoming 25th Human Rights Watch Film Festival, taking place June 12-22 at the Film Society of Lincoln Center and IFC Center.
James Gray opens up about how The Immigrant went from little-known family history to a story for the big screen. He also shares advice he received from Coppola and relates why he thinks he's not great at telling actors what to do, even if he's great at picking them.
Umin Boya's NYAFF Centerpiece Kano is a sports tale about an underdog mixed-race high-school baseball team that beat the odds. The film is one of a number unveiled today for the 13th edition of the festival, which runs June 27 – July 10.
Woody Allen's 1994 film Bullets Over Broadway screened at the Film Society Monday night followed by a conversation with Tony-winning director and choreographer Susan Stroman and lead producers Letty Aronson and Julian Schossberg about its leap to Broadway.