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.
Three dozen emerging artists will take part in the Film Society of Lincoln Center's Artist Academy October 1 at the Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center.
Hide Your Smiling Faces takes an different route than the usual coming-of-age stories about youth figuring out the world. Newcomer Daniel Patrick Carbone spoke with FilmLinc Daily about the film, which screens in our Indie Night series on September 19.