Continuing our celebration of half a century of the New York Film Festival in pictures, we bring you some of our favorite moments from the book New York Film Festival Gold.
Are you dying to see Paul Thomas Anderson's new movie? All you need is a keen eye and a little bit of luck...
In the audio recording about their film Seymour: An Introduction with Seymour Bernstein and Ethan Hawke moderated by NYFF Director Kent Jones, the duo talk about the teacher-student dynamic, mentorship, their relationship and what Hawke wishes was in the documentary.
Experience five decades of the New York Film Festival in pictures. FilmLinc cherry-picked some of our favorite photos from the book New York Film Festival Gold to celebrate the festival's past in the run-up to its upcoming 52nd edition.
Oscar-winner Kathryn Bigelow's PSA on the crisis of elephant poaching, Last Days, will screen Saturday at the Film Society followed by a panel discussion moderated by Bigelow. The event is free and open to the public.
David Cronenberg's latest, Maps to the Stars, featuring Julianne Moore and Robert Pattinson, examines the darker side of big-screen Hollywood aspirations. Check out the trailer here for the NYFF52 Main Slate selection.
Josh and Benny Safdie joined NYFF Director Kent Jones at a press and industry screening of their latest film Heaven Knows What, which will screen at the festival. Listen in on highlights of their Q&A, including Josh's telling of his chance meeting with the film's protagonist.
Olivier Assayas's Clouds of Sils Maria, starring Juliette Binoche and Kristen Stewart, will have its U.S. premiere at the upcoming New York Film Festival. Check out the film's trailer here.
The New York–based independent filmmaker's third feature finds Jason Schwartzman's Philip struggling to make it big with his second novel. Listen Up Philip screens in the Main Slate of the New York Film Festival. Check out the trailer here.
We continue our spotlight on films featured in NYFF52 with Damien Chazelle's Whiplash, the film that opened Sundance and will no doubt cement Chazelle's reputation as a force to be reckoned with.