Matías Piñeiro's The Princess of France, a contemporary reworking of Shakespeare's Love's Labour's Lost in which the protagonist translates the play into an Internet-radio opus. A clip from the NYFF North American premiere is featured here.
The weeklong series spotlights past work by filmmakers who will be showcasing their new films at the 52nd New York Film Festival. In addition to screenings at the Film Society of Lincoln Center select Opening Acts films will screen at Maysles Cinema, Nitehawk Cinema and UnionDocs.
The 30th Anniversary Screening of This Is Spinal Tap, the selection of Film Comment Presents, Special Screenings, and more for the 52nd New York Film Festival were announced yesterday.
The Film Society of Lincoln Center unveiled complete details for the program, now in its third year, taking place September 27-28. Convergence is a mix of unique films, panels, and immersive experiences.
Full details of a complete retrospective spotlighting two-time Oscar-winner Joseph L. Mankiewicz were revealed by the Film Society of Lincoln Center Friday, as well as additions to the Revivals section and the Short Film selections for the 52nd New York Film Festival.
We've got the first image of Joaquin Phoenix in Paul Thomas Anderson's Inherent Vice, which will have its World Premiere as the Centerpiece of the 52nd New York Film Festival.
The experimental-centered Projections section, formerly known as Views from the Avant-Garde, returns for the 52nd annual event on October 3-5 with 13 programs consisting of 63 film and video works.
New York Film Festival Director and Selection Committee Chair Kent Jones chatted with FilmLinc about this year's NYFF Main Slate in a conversation ranging from veteran European auteurs, upcoming Americans, and a new tide of youth.
Nonfiction took the spotlight Tuesday as the Film Society of Lincoln Center unveiled 15 documentaries, including one World Premiere and four U.S. Premieres, slated to join the lineup of the 52nd New York Film Festival.
A cross section of international filmmakers including Olivier Assayas, Nick Broomfield, David Cronenberg, Asia Argento, the Dardennes, Hong Sang-soo, and more are on tap for the Main Slate of the 2014 New York Film Festival, which the Film Society unveiled Wednesday.