A picture is worth a thousand words... And here are 15 from this week's parade of filmmakers and stars who have attended the New York Film Festival. As the second week begins, see highlights from the week that was...
Missed some movies at the 52nd New York Film Festival? You'll have a chance to take more in on Sunday, October 12, with repeat screenings of a selection of films from the Main Slate and Spotlight on Documentary sections.
The NYFF Projections filmmaker talks about the process of piecing her film together entirely through the use of archival footage. Second Sighted screened on Friday as part of Projections Program 4.
The NYFF Projections filmmaker discusses the eclectic imagery and soundscape of his short, which screens today as part of Projections Program 7.
Projections director Joana Pimenta gives the lowdown on The Figures Carved Into the Knife By the Sap of the Banana Trees, which screens this weekend at NYFF.
Projections director Jodie Mack discusses her two projects that will screen in the NYFF section formerly known as Views from the Avant-Garde. Razzle Dazzle and Blanket Statement #2 exhibit "expressive moving materials."
Projections artist Mónica Savirón gave her thoughts on her piece Broken Tongue, which will screen Sunday as part of Program 12.
Film critics and historians talked about Godard’s films and career for a NYFF Live event, presented in conjunction with NYFF Critics Academy. Panelists included The New Yorker’s Richard Brody and Goodbye to Language star Héloïse Godet. Listen to the audio here.
NYFF Projections filmmaker Jean-Paul Kelly is this year's recipient of the Kazuko Trust Award, which honors experimental filmmaking. Kelly spoke with FilmLinc Daily about the prize and his latest work, The Innocents.
The filmmaker sat down with the Film Society's Dennis Lim at the Walter Reade Theater prior to the film's North American premiere at the 52nd New York Film Festival to discuss his approach to casting the biopic and crafting the world around its subject.