A quick look back at Wright's small but stellar body of work makes clear why his fifth feature, Anna Karenina, promises to be one of the best films of awards season. See it first tomorrow at Film Society followed by an extended conversation with Wright and screenwriter Tom Stoppard.
Not only is Nikolaj Arcel's gripping, character-driven period drama A Royal Affair Denmark's official entry to the 85th Academy Awards, it continues a long tradition of excellence in Danish film and television that has received increased notice around the globe. See its New York Premiere on Monday at Film Society!
Just in time for Halloween, our Scary Movies lineup serves up serial killers, voodoo cults, sadistic teens, zombie clowns, all manner of devils and not one but two female med students gone bad! We've got some suggestions for multiplying your terror with our double feature package...
This advance look at our gorgeous new book celebrating 50 years of NYFF (and film) history features a complete table of contents, reproductions of select pages, and excerpts from some of the 15 in-depth essays by critics, film historians, and NYFF alumni.
One of the most talked-about films of the year seems to simultaneously celebrate and mourn the movies. We track what director Leos Carax has had to say about the film at Cannes, Locarno, NYFF and beyond.
Film Society of Lincoln Center celebrated 25 years of Richard Pena's significant contribution to the New York Film Festival and film culture at large with a special gala tribute on Wednesday. Check out video and photos from the emotional farewell event.
Photos from the premiere of Nicholas Jarecki's financial thriller Arbitrage, the New Orleans Film Festival celebrates Louisiana in opening and closing night selections, James Cameron on his bid to adapt Jurassic Park, and more in today's FilmLinc digest.