David Fincher adapts 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, Spike Lee remakes Oldboy, and Indiewire shows Chasing Ice some political love.
This advance look at our gorgeous new book celebrating 50 years of NYFF (and film) history features a complete table of contents, reproductions of select pages, and excerpts from some of the 15 in-depth essays by critics, film historians, and NYFF alumni.
Twenty-six films were nominated for Gotham Awards, the first prizes to be presented as awards season begins.
Two of this year's MacArthur fellows come from the ranks of New Directors/New Films, the President of Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts announces his departure, Pathé set to go digital with film catalog, and more in our FilmLinc Digest!
One of the most talked-about films of the year seems to simultaneously celebrate and mourn the movies. We track what director Leos Carax has had to say about the film at Cannes, Locarno, NYFF and beyond.
The filmmaker talks about her life-long interest in Indonesian culture and how it moved her to make this documentary on the sulfur miners of East Java. Friedlander's film screens Tuesday night as part of our ongoing Art of the Real series.
One of the most memorable press conferences from this year's festival was Verena Paravel and Lucien Castaing-Taylor discussing the monstrous effort that went into filming their sense-assaulting commercial fishing documentary. Watch full video of the conversation and four minutes from the film, then catch its sole screening today at 6:00pm.