The filmmaker and athlete discuss the history and political significance of the Soviet Union's Red Army hockey team, as seen in Polsky's documentary Red Army, which screened as part of NYFF52.
Not even a beautiful afternoon could keep crowds away from hearing Henry Jenkins speak at NYFF Convergence on the festival's first full weekend. Full audio from the Convergence Culture: Where Old and New Media Collide author is below.
Film critics and historians talked about Godard’s films and career for a NYFF Live event, presented in conjunction with NYFF Critics Academy. Panelists included The New Yorker’s Richard Brody and Goodbye to Language star Héloïse Godet. Listen to the audio here.
The filmmaker sat down with the Film Society's Dennis Lim at the Walter Reade Theater prior to the film's North American premiere at the 52nd New York Film Festival to discuss his approach to casting the biopic and crafting the world around its subject.
Kicking off NYFF52 Live in the Amphitheater, NYFF Director Kent Jones, Programming Director Dennis Lim, and Senior Programming Advisor Marian Masone offer insight into this year's NYFF.
Richard Gere and filmmaker Oren Moverman joined Amy Taubin on stage at the Walter Reade Theater for a pre-NYFF screening of Time Out of Mind. They talked about how the film came together and how Gere anonymously took to the streets of Manhattan.
Director Damien Chazelle and actor J.K. Simmons took to the stage of the Walter Reade Theater for a Q&A on their NYFF52 film Whiplash, discussing the autobiographical nature, production, and ethics of their brutal film set in the jazz world.
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.
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.
Jeremy Saulnier won over his 2013 Cannes audience with the debut of Blue Ruin, about a vagrant who seeks vengeance for his parents' murder amid the backwoods of Virginia. The story of suspense and dark humor opens this weekend at Film Society.