Big screen thrills are on tap for the fourth annual Mountainfilm series at the Film Society of Lincoln Center. The program, taking place next month, will travel from the heights of the Himalayas to the frigid Arctic Circle and tackle the open seas in an around-the-world documentary odyssey.
Aria producer Don Boyd recalls working with Jean-Luc Godard on his segment of the 1987 omnibus film. Titled Armide, the short will screen in 35mm Monday night as part of the trailer program in our ongoing Godard retrospective.
On Closing Night of the New York Film Festival, several of this year's Critics Academy members were discussing the ongoing Jean-Luc Godard retrospective at Film Society, debating their favorites and which films they wanted to see for the first time or re-visit. Here are some of their choices...
Canadian artist Peter Mettler will be the subject of a five-day "mid-career" retrospective at Film Society in November, spotlighting his 30-year career with screenings, live performances, Q&As, and the New York Premiere of his new film The End of Time as part of Lincoln Center's White Light Festival.
FilmLinc Daily spoke with filmmaker John Krokidas about the Beats, tapping Daniel Radcliffe to play Allen Ginsberg, and the long road to bring Kill Your Darlings to the big screen.
From cinephile and film critic to filmmaker and cinema revolutionary, Jean-Luc Godard, the French New Wave's most outspoken member, continues to inspire intense and passionate discussion, debate and fandom.
Cate Blanchett was feted to a Gala Tribute at the New York Film Festival this week, while a number of films had their debuts including James Gray's The Immigrant and Teller's Tim's Vermeer.
Featuring a magnificent performance by Paulina García, Sebastián Lelio’s Gloria offers the rare opportunity to see a film that entirely centers on a fifty-something woman who reconnects with herself.
A beautiful Sunday afternoon didn't seem to hinder crowds from the first full weekend of the New York Film Festival. Packed crowds turned up at Alice Tully for afternoon screenings of Claude Lanzmann's The Last of the Unjust and Roger Michell's Le Week-end, while NYFF Convergence continued ahead of Sunday night's premiere of Child of God.