The Korean director visited the Film Society of Lincoln Center Thursday night for an extended Q&A following a special screening of his sci-fi drama at the Walter Reade Theater.
Visual artist Takashi Murakami talks art, the aftermath of Japan's tsunami and nuclear disaster, Kanye West, and his feature-film debut Jellyfish Eyes earlier this month at the Film Society of Lincoln Center.
The Case Against 8 filmmakers Ben Cotner and Ryan White were joined onstage by the plaintiffs in the court case that eventually overturned California's Prop 8 for a screening and emotional conversation at the Walter Reade Theater last week.
Kelly Reichardt packed the Amphitheater at the Film Society this week, sharing insights on her particularly detailed method of filmmaking and working with stars Jesse Eisenberg, Dakota Fanning, and Peter Sarsgaard on her latest, Night Moves.
We had a busy weekend! Check out photos of Anika Noni Rose and Mayor Bill de Blasio at the New York African Film Festival, plus James Franco and Devonté Hynes at the opening of Palo Alto.
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.
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.