We've got the first image of Joaquin Phoenix in Paul Thomas Anderson's Inherent Vice, which will have its World Premiere as the Centerpiece of the 52nd New York Film Festival.
The experimental-centered Projections section, formerly known as Views from the Avant-Garde, returns for the 52nd annual event on October 3-5 with 13 programs consisting of 63 film and video works.
New York Film Festival Director and Selection Committee Chair Kent Jones chatted with FilmLinc about this year's NYFF Main Slate in a conversation ranging from veteran European auteurs, upcoming Americans, and a new tide of youth.
Klainberg and Hernandez will receive the 2014 Good Egg Award at the Chicken & Egg Pictures Annual Independent Film Week Celebration in New York on September 15.
Nonfiction took the spotlight Tuesday as the Film Society of Lincoln Center unveiled 15 documentaries, including one World Premiere and four U.S. Premieres, slated to join the lineup of the 52nd New York Film Festival.
Marguerite Duras will be spotlighted at the Film Society of Lincoln Center this October. The week-long retrospective, which will celebrate the film work by the novelist, essayist, and playwright, will mark her centennial and the re-release of Alain Resnais's Hiroshima Mon Amour.
Watch the Oscar-winning favorite on Lincoln Plaza as a special tease for the Metropolitan Opera’s 10-day "Summer HD Festival," which begins on Saturday, August 23.
The Talking Heads frontman talks influences, the creative zone, and planned improvisation, following a screening of the classic Jonathan Demme concert film.
Jealousy, opening today, is the most recent film from Philippe Garrel. He spoke with French publication Les Inrockuptibles, and the conversation, in which he discusses his latest work and his relationship with cinema throughout the past 50 years, has been reprinted in the July/August issue of Film Comment. An excerpt appears below.
John Waters interviews his "favorite actress" Isabelle Huppert at the Walter Reade Theater about her latest role in Catherine Breillat's Abuse of Weakness and her wide-ranging, often challenging roles that have marked her career. The full conversation is available via video here.