The latest from the Harvard Sensory Ethnography Lab is a stunning portrait of riders (human and caprine alike) on a cable car in the foothills of Nepal, which won multiple new filmmaker awards at Locarno.
Cate Blanchett has been a mainstay in front of the camera for two decades, but now she is about to assume the directorial role on an adaptation of Dutch writer Herman Koch's novel, The Dinner.
Long heralded as a beacon of the French New Wave and a treasured figure for cineastes, Film Society has announced details for its upcoming Jean-Luc Godard series. The three-week retrospective starts during the second week of NYFF51 and continues through the end of October.
Kiyoshi Kurosawa's first feature since Tokyo Sonata (NYFF '08) is a science fiction love story that explores technology, sensation, and the nebulous boundaries of reality.
The fallout from the financial crisis, the challenges facing public education, and the idealism of youth are just some areas covered in Frederick Wiseman's latest direct cinema epic At Berkeley.
Highly acclaimed at the Sheffield Doc/Fest, where it won the Audience Award, Mark Levinson's documentary about the Large Hadron Collider and the most significant scientific experiment of a generation is both visually compelling and brilliantly informative.