Ticketwire: See the films and the filmmakers of the new French cinema plus Regina Spektor in person!
In her review of “La France,” Serge Bozon’s 2007 combination of war movie and pop musical, Manohla Dargis of The New York Times called it a “dark fairy tale, filled with feeling and cinematic allusions.” It’s a good blanket description of the films in Free Radicals: Serge Bozon and the New French Cinema”-NY Times
Filmmakers appearances galore at this ground-breaking look at the next wave of French cinema!
Whos who coming out for 38th Chaplin Award on May 2nd at Lincoln Center.
Good news for film fans who missed Double Hour in our last Open Roads series--it opens Friday in NYC!
Were you in a punk band with a terrible name? Will someone have to pry a copy of Dark Side of the Moon out of your cold dead hands? Tell us your story and you could win!
Central Africa's only symphony orchestra is the subject of the Opening Night film of this year's New York African Film Festival.