NYFF Critics Academy member Dianna Drumm takes a look at the confluence of meta, narration and deciphering truth through three NYFF titles: The Secret Life Of Walter Mitty, When Evening Falls on Bucharest Or Metabolism and Providence.
Palestine’s official submission for the Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film, Hany Abu-Assad’s latest is a genre-crossing thriller with love in its heart that premieres Friday at the 51st New York Film Festival.
Robert Redford, Bruce Dern, Chiwetel Ejiofor and Ralph Fiennes are winning accolades for their roles in films that premiered this week at the New York Film Festival. Most, if not all, will be likely contenders as Awards Season gains momentum this fall.
NYFF Critics Academy member Judith Dry looks at two NYFF Official Selection films—one a historical narrative, the other an of-the-moment documentary—that explore revolution and its consequences. Both films have added screenings on October 13.
From cinephile and film critic to filmmaker and cinema revolutionary, Jean-Luc Godard, the French New Wave's most outspoken member, continues to inspire intense and passionate discussion, debate and fandom.
The intersection between reverence for tradition and upheaval in a fast changing world are central components of NYFF films At Berkeley and Manakamana. Critics Academy member Mark E. Lukenbill takes a look in his dispatch from the festival for FilmLinc Daily.