Filmmaker Vlad Petri discusses filmmaking in a time of protest with FilmLinc.
The actress stars as the daughter of a mother who is nostalgic for the country's communist past in Stere Gulea's I'm an Old Communist Hag, which screens in the upcoming Making Waves: New Romanian Cinema series opening this week at the Film Society.
The young writer/director speaks with film critic Amy Taubin about the process of getting the film made, moving to Los Angeles after his directorial debut, and being referred to as "the next Scorsese" on this week's episode of the Film Society's podcast, The Close-Up.
The Australian filmmaker spoke to FilmLinc about her terrifying first film, which begins its one-week theatrical run at the Film Society on November 28.
FilmLinc spoke with filmmakers Tina Mascara and Guido Santi about meeting Nicholas Vreeland via a newspaper article and his initial reluctance to be filmed. Their documentary Monk with a Camera screens at the Film Society of Lincoln Center for a one-week exclusive run.
We spoke with Matt Livadary about his film, which opens the Mountainfilm series at the Film Society on Friday. Queens & Cowboys: A Straight Year on the Gay Rodeo follows a year in the lives of extraordinary cowboys and cowgirls as they follow their dreams, no matter how wild or daunting.
Doug Pray's Levitated Mass captures the Los Angeles journey of a 150-million-year-old rock that made its way to become a piece of art. Along the way it received praise and scorn and ignited a collective conversation about what it all means. The film screens at the Film Society for one week starting Friday.
FilmLinc spoke with Robert Greene about his 2014 Gotham-nominated Actress, which he hopes will "challenge audiences" intellectually and emotionally. The film begins a one-week exclusive run at the Film Society starting Friday.
The acclaimed director of 'Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer' discusses organ harvesting, the film industry, and his new film 'The Harvest,' which screens tonight as part of the Film Society's Scary Movies series.
The recent New York Film Festival formed a backdrop for topics ranging from how NYFF Director Kent Jones approaches interviews with personalities like David Fincher and Kristen Stewart, to recent (and not-so-recent) film history and the intersection of art and commerce.