By Annika Andersson, ZEALnyc Contributing Writer, December 30, 2016
Winter is here and one of best ways to combat the cold is to go inside--to the mo...
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Audiences who know Michael Winterbottom as the director of such wry Brit flicks as "24 Hour Party People" and "The Trip" may be surprised by his lates...
The film projects "La Toma," "Entre Nos" and "Autumn's Eyes" have one thing in common, Paola Mendoza and Gloria LaMorte. They are sisters in creativity in a field where not many women have a stage, get recognized, and much less as Latina filmmakers.
At first glance, the real life Nanni Moretti could appear quite like the men he plays in his films.
As a New Yorker, I know I haven't seen more than a handful of stars on any given night and the sad thing is, I didn't remember what I was missing until I watched The City Dark.
By MATTHEW PENNINGTON, Associated Press
NEW YORK — Just before the global financial crisis struck in 2008, Bangladeshi Nobel Peace Prize laureate...
The Ledge held me on the edge of my seat from start to finish, which is a very good thing these days, when I am tempted to give up on many pictures after only five minutes.
The Carnegie Studios made it possible for artists to live as true bohemians: to enjoy the freedom of being deliciously different and quirky. I suppose it was simply too good to last.
The long-awaited documentary "!Women Art Revolution -- A Secret History" incorporates 42 years of archival footage and personal interviews that Hershman Leeson began shooting in 1966.
Before the blizzard hit New York, I had my own watershed moment: Christmas with Shoah, Claude Lanzmann's nine-hour epic, which returned to the big screen on its 25th anniversary.
This French film is very light, in the tradition of a superior American comedy, The Wedding Crashers.
Bette Gordon's Handsome Harry, which premiered in 2009 at the Tribeca Film Festival, opens at the IFC Center and in Los Angeles on April 16.
October Country is a unique documentary that uses the themes of Halloween and, in particular, ghosts to give voice to a working-class family in Mohawk...
Kimjongilia, the new documentary directed by N.C. Heikin, is enough proof-on-film to convict North Korea's leader Kim Jong Il of mass murder, terrorism, and sadistic insanity.
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