In today's FilmLinc Digest we have a healthy dose of independent film, a look forward to the Athena Film Festival's celebration of women in film, and some sad news on the passing of a Film Society friend.
The filmmaker behind December's Indie Night film speaks about his directorial approach, conflicting defintions of what is art and what is a hobby, and the largely unrecognized San Diego arts scene.
Today's FilmLinc Digest offers recent "best of" picks from critics associations in New York, Boston and Los Angeles, some exciting news about a ND/NF alum, and much more!
Today's FilmLinc digest has some exciting news for fans of independent film, a troublesome piece on Romanian film culture, and much more!
A round-up of the awards presented at the International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam, an insightful look into the making of Michael Haneke's NYFF Main Slate Selection Amour, a short Lars von Trier film from over 40 years ago, and more in today's FilmLinc Digest!
Despite a cold weekend for specialty releases one documentary managed to open hot, MoMA and IFP prep their popular "Best Films Not Playing at a Theater New You" series, and an insightful look into the making of one this year's most-loved indies Beasts of the Southern Wild.
Seventeen years ago, Noah Baumbach premiered his debut feature at the New York Film Festival. His upcoming film, Frances Ha, marks the Brooklyn-born filmmaker's fourth appearance at NYFF. Here's a quick look back at his creative maturation over the years.
David O. Russell's latest wows and The Place Beyond the Pines finds distribution during a busy first weekend at Toronto; the New York Times previews the fall arts season; the first edition of the indie-focused La Di Da Film Festival approaches and more!