NYFF52 Spotlight: Matías Piñeiro’s “The Princess of France,” A Shakespeare-Inspired Tale image

NYFF52 Spotlight: Matías Piñeiro’s “The Princess of France,” A Shakespeare-Inspired Tale

Matías Piñeiro's The Princess of France, a contemporary reworking of Shakespeare's Love's Labour's Lost in which the protagonist translates the play into an Internet-radio opus. A clip from the NYFF North American premiere is featured here.

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John Waters Looks Back and Forward Prior to His Film Society Retrospective image

John Waters Looks Back and Forward Prior to His Film Society Retrospective

We spoke with John Waters just before the announcement that he'll be the subject of a full retrospective at the Film Society, the first in the U.S., called "Fifty Years of John Waters: How Much Can You Take?"

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Director Neto Villalobos on His Latinbeat Deadpan Comedy ‘All About the Feathers’ image

Director Neto Villalobos on His Latinbeat Deadpan Comedy ‘All About the Feathers’

FilmLinc spoke with filmmaker Neto Villalobos about his film All About the Feathers, set to screen on Thursday, July 17 and Saturday, July 19 as part of Latinbeat.

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Anna Broinowski: To North Korea and Back Again image

Anna Broinowski: To North Korea and Back Again

Filmmaker Anna Broinowski reflected upon the process of directing her documentary Aim High in Creation! following its American premiere as the closing film of the New York Asian Film Festival.

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Judging Without Being Judgmental: Joanna Hogg Is an Extension of Herself image

Judging Without Being Judgmental: Joanna Hogg Is an Extension of Herself

When a director’s stylistic approach perfectly complements the content they choose to explore, it’s easy to recall the chicken/egg dilemma: does the style just happen to coincide with the content, does one serve as a natural extension of the other, or is it a purposeful confluence of elements?

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Azazel Jacobs Joins Free Talks Lineup with ‘Doll & Em’ image

Azazel Jacobs Joins Free Talks Lineup with ‘Doll & Em’

Celebrated indie filmmaker Azazel Jacobs will be on hand March 18 to screen and discuss three episodes of new HBO comedy Doll & Em, which stars Emily Mortimer and Dolly Wells as troubled best friends.

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Valeria Golino Gets Behind the Camera and Makes ‘Honey’ image

Valeria Golino Gets Behind the Camera and Makes ‘Honey’

The Film Society’s Eugene Hernandez spoke with Honey (Miele) director Valeria Golino at last year’s Cannes Film Festival and we followed up with her and star Jasmine Trinca ahead of the film's release here on Friday.

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Talking “The Sacrament” with Director Ti West image

Talking “The Sacrament” with Director Ti West

Indie filmmaker Ti West discusses The Sacrament, his fascination with the true story it's based on, and why he thinks of it as a "fake documentary" instead of "found-footage horror."

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Video: Stephen Frears Disavows Auteur Theory During ‘Philomena’ Talk image

Video: Stephen Frears Disavows Auteur Theory During ‘Philomena’ Talk

"Curiosity is much more interesting than anything that is associated with what they now call 'auteurism,'" the director said during a conversation with Steve Coogan about their Oscar-nominated film, part of our Free Talks series.

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Nine Films to Screen in “Patrice Chéreau: The Love that Dares” image

Nine Films to Screen in “Patrice Chéreau: The Love that Dares”

Leading up to this year's Rendez-Vous with French Cinema, we're celebrating post-New Wave, award-winning French filmmaker Patrice Chéreau, who died last October and whose filmmaking spanned over 30 years.

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