The Film Society of Lincoln Center and Rockstar Games have announced two panel discussions and live concert tied to the recent release of Grand Theft Auto V, all part of the New York Film Festival's multi-day immersive media section NYFF Convergence.
Joel and Ethan Coen discussed their new film Inside Llewyn Davis alongside actors Oscar Isaacs and John Goodman ahead of its anticipated U.S. Premiere at the 51st New York Film Festival. The duo talked about the pre-Bob Dylan folk era and lamented that this may be their last feature shot on film.
Film industry stalwart Robert Hawk shares his recollections from five decades of attending the New York Film Festival.
The Square shows the horror, despair, and hope of a revolution that has yet to finish. An Audience Award winner in Sundance and Toronto, the film is a surprisingly intimate account of an ancient society's dramatic and often disturbing demand for freedom and democracy.
Arnaud Desplechin's Jimmy P: Psychotherapy of a Plains Indian showcases the powerhouse talent of Benicio Del Toro and Mathieu Almaric in a pairing as unlikely as the relationship they portray on screen.
Film Society of Lincoln Center has unveiled the official poster for the 51st New York Film Festival, designed by British-born artist Tacita Dean. The poster includes a black and white photograph from a series Dean produced in the Czech Republic in the 1990s and early 2000s.
Hayao Miyazaki's latest, and purportedly last, film is a beautifully animated, heart-wrenching story about a lovestruck aviator, which has already found great success in Japan despite stirring controversy for its pacifist vision.
Agniezska Holland's Burning Bush, which will have its U.S. premiere at the New York Film Festival, has joined the growing list of Best Foreign Language Oscar contenders. The Czech film joins the list along with other recent additions including Norway's I Am Yours (Jeg er din), Hong Kong's The Grandmaster and Iceland's Of Horses and Men.