Essential Films: ‘Still Alice’ image

Essential Films: ‘Still Alice’

Julianne Moore's transcendent performance in the heart-wrenching Still Alice is being celebrated as one of the year's best.

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Essential Films: ‘Inherent Vice’

Independent Spirit Robert Altman Award winner Inherent Vice gets accolades from Kent Jones.

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U.S. Debut of ‘Isaac Bashevis Singer’ & ‘Felix and Meira’ Bookend 24th NY Jewish Film Festival image

U.S. Debut of ‘Isaac Bashevis Singer’ & ‘Felix and Meira’ Bookend 24th NY Jewish Film Festival

The New York Jewish Film Festival is returning for its 24th year next month with a roster that includes 47 features and shorts from 11 countries, with 21 screening as World, U.S., or New York premieres January 14-29.

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The Close-Up: Marion Cotillard Talks Femme Fatales & ‘Two Days, One Night’ image

The Close-Up: Marion Cotillard Talks Femme Fatales & ‘Two Days, One Night’

Marion Cotillard takes the spotlight in this week's edition of The Close-Up, the Film Society of Lincoln Center's weekly podcast series, two weeks before her latest, Two Days, One Night, opens in theaters.

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Spain’s Gaudí Takes Spotlight with Two Documentaries Next Week image

Spain’s Gaudí Takes Spotlight with Two Documentaries Next Week

Antonio Gaudí by Japanese auteur Hiroshi Teshigahara returns to the Film Society in tandem with the opening of Stefan Haupt's Sagrada: The Mystery of Creation on Friday, December 19.

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Essential Films: ‘Birdman’

Alejandro G. Iñárritu’s Birdman continues to rack up awards from the Gothams to critics groups. Writing for Film Comment's Essential Films, David Fear notes the feature's diverse appeal.

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The Film Society Begins Its One-Week Run of ‘A Spell to Ward Off the Darkness’ image

The Film Society Begins Its One-Week Run of ‘A Spell to Ward Off the Darkness’

Blurring the line between fiction and documentary, A Spell to Ward of the Darkness has been acclaimed as a work that’s “exploration of community, seclusion, and rejection." It opens at the Film Society today, with Q&As this weekend.

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“Where Are You Bucharest?” Director Vlad Petri Discusses Protests and Filmmaking image

“Where Are You Bucharest?” Director Vlad Petri Discusses Protests and Filmmaking

Filmmaker Vlad Petri discusses filmmaking in a time of protest with FilmLinc.

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Actress Ana Ularu Goes Home to Romania with ‘I’m an Old Communist Hag’ image

Actress Ana Ularu Goes Home to Romania with ‘I’m an Old Communist Hag’

The actress stars as the daughter of a mother who is nostalgic for the country's communist past in Stere Gulea's I'm an Old Communist Hag, which screens in the upcoming Making Waves: New Romanian Cinema series opening this week at the Film Society.

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The Close-Up: Damien Chazelle Chats About His NYFF and Sundance Hit ‘Whiplash’ image

The Close-Up: Damien Chazelle Chats About His NYFF and Sundance Hit ‘Whiplash’

The young writer/director speaks with film critic Amy Taubin about the process of getting the film made, moving to Los Angeles after his directorial debut, and being referred to as "the next Scorsese" on this week's episode of the Film Society's podcast, The Close-Up.

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