The Film Society of Lincoln Center unveiled the 52nd New York Film Festival designed by Laurie Simmons. NYFF has featured posters designed by prominent artists including Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, David Hockney, Julian Schnabel, Cindy Sherman, and last year’s artist, Tacita Dean.
The French-language drama starring director Philippe Garrel's son Louis, as well Anna Mouglalis and Rebecca Convenant, had its U.S. premiere at last year's New York Film Festival and screened in competition in Venice.
Paul Greengrass's new film had its World Premiere as the Opening Night selection of the 51st New York Film Festival and is up for four Golden Globe awards this weekend. Just as exciting: it was also recently included in Film Comment's Essential Cinema series, surveying the best films of 2013.
Joel and Ethan Coen's latest feature, Inside Llewyn Davis delighted audiences on the festival circuit (Cannes, Telluride, New York) before opening theatrically this past December. As the year-end awards pour in, the film has been on the receiving end of much critical praise and ink and Film Comment magazine is no exception...
Joel and Ethan Coen's Inside Llewyn Davis, Steve McQueen's 12 Years a Slave, and Richard Linklater's Before Midnight take the top three spots on the magazine's list of the top 50 films released in 2013, and Philippe Garrel's Jealousy tops the list of undistributed films.
As the year draws to a close, Film Comment is celebrating the best movies of 2013 in a number of ways. Earlier today, they revealed their highly anticipated end-of-year lists and, over the next few weeks, they'll be putting online 15 pieces from their Essential Cinema supplement. First up is Steve McQueen's awards-buzzed 12 Years a Slave...
A member of this year's NYFF Critics Academy, Graham Winfrey caught Richard Curtis' About Time at the New York Film Festival last month. The film, about a 21 year-old who uses his ability of time travel to pursue a girlfriend, is now in theaters.