The acclaimed documentary filmmaker will be in person at the Film Society Tuesday to discuss his debut feature, which Roger Ebert calls one of the 10 best movies of all time and which screened at the New York Film Festival in 1978!
A complete retrospective of their work, obviously! Every film made by Hungarian master Béla Tarr is coming to Film Society starting Friday, leading up to the U.S. Theatrical Debut of his latest, and last, "The Turin Horse" (NYFF '11).
This Wednesday brings a Jonathan Demme double feature of "Handle with Care" a.k.a. "Citizen's Band" (NYFF '77) and "Melvin and Howard" (NYFF '80) to our 50 Years of the New York Film Festival series, with the director and actor Paul Le Mat in person for a Q&A between screenings!
Rainer Werner Fassbinder's "Ali: Fear Eats the Soul," Werner Herzog's "The Enigma of Kaspar Hauser," and Wim Wenders's "Kings of the Road" play the Walter Reade this Friday and Saturday as our year-by-year survey of the 50 year history of the New York Film Festival returns!
Three favorites from this year's New York Film Festival are now enjoying theatrical releases and continue to garner praise from critics and audiences alike. Watch our collection of video of the artists behind these films and then go support them in theaters!
Watch the award-winning director introduce and answer questions at a screening of his seminal film "Mean Streets," which played the 11th NYFF in 1973, part of Film Society's series "50 Years of the New York Film Festival!"