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New York Film Festival

Movie Review: About Time

Marshall Fine | Posted 12.31.2013 | Entertainment
Marshall Fine

I heard a lot of critics sniff at the inclusion of Richard Curtis' About Time in this year's New York Film Festival. The same cadre, no doubt, uses Curtis' Love, Actually as an example of what's wrong with romantic comedy.

Blue Is the Hottest Color, or France Again Pushes the Envelope

Erica Abeel | Posted 01.23.2014 | Entertainment
Erica Abeel

It would be a damn pity if Blue is the Warmest Color is mainly celebrated for its extended graphic sex scene between two women. This masterful three-hour film is actually about a great deal more.

7 Things To Know About Spike Jonze's 'Her'

The Huffington Post | Christopher Rosen | Posted 10.12.2013 | Entertainment

Spike Jonze has directed four films in his career, but only two in the last 11 years: "Where The Wild Things Are" and this year's "Her," a love story ...

Are You As Cool as Robert Redford in All Is Lost?

Erica Abeel | Posted 01.23.2014 | Entertainment
Erica Abeel

JC Chandor's All Is Lost, a one-hander with Robert Redford, continues to surprise and resonate days after. The first surprise is that it works at all.

No Secret Screening At This Year's New York Film Festival

The Huffington Post | Christopher Rosen | Posted 10.08.2013 | Entertainment

This year's New York Film Festival lineup included world premieres of "Captain Phillips," "The Secret Life of Walter Mitty" and Spike Jonze's "Her" (t...

Wiig And Stiller Star In Fall's Big Movie

AP | JAKE COYLE | Posted 10.06.2013 | Entertainment

NEW YORK -- NEW YORK (AP) — With its playful mingling of fantasy and reality, James Thurber's beloved short story "The Secret Life of Walter Mitty" ...

Cate Blanchett Feted at the New York Film Festival

Regina Weinreich | Posted 12.05.2013 | Entertainment
Regina Weinreich

She may have been jet lagged and slightly tipsy from a drink or two at a pre-Tribute dinner at the New York Film Festival evening in her honor, but th...

The Last of the Unjust and Its Auteur Are Self-Referential

Stanton Peele | Posted 01.23.2014 | Arts
Stanton Peele

Murmelstein's opponents in these events are uniformly presented as small-minded and devious, even as the film -- and Murmelstein -- affect a modest sense of irony and self-criticism. Yes, in his humility, Murmelstein manages to be quite self-aggrandizing.

5 Must-See Films At The NYFF

ARTINFO | Posted 11.28.2013 | Arts
ARTINFO

As the festival opens Friday with the premiere of Captain Phillips, starring Tom Hanks, ARTINFO has chosen its top five films to see in the first week of the festival.

'Captain Phillips' Premieres To Acclaim

AP | JAKE COYLE | Posted 11.28.2013 | Entertainment

NEW YORK — Tom Hanks has had enough of playing real people. In Paul Greengrass' docudrama "Captain Phillips," which premiered on Friday as the ...

Our Next Great Movie Star

Christopher Rosen | Posted 11.27.2013 | Entertainment
Christopher Rosen

The latest offering from Joel and Ethan Coen -- which screened at the New York Film Festival on Thursday morning for press and industry personnel ("Inside Llewyn Davis" makes its proper New York Film Festival debut on Oct. 5) -- stars Isaac as the title character, a down-on-his-luck folk singer in 1961 who, as an embittered former lover (played to perfection by Carey Mulligan) says at one point, is "like King Midas' idiot brother." Everything that Davis touches, from a friend's cat to the promise of a warm winter coat, goes right into the crapper.

The Best Films Of The Year All In One Place

AP | JAKE COYLE | Posted 11.26.2013 | Entertainment

NEW YORK — Change isn't undertaken haphazardly in the halls of Lincoln Center. This year, for example, is the first time the New York Film Festi...

Movies: NYFF 2013 #2 -- Lanzmann's Latest, Miyazaki's Farewell

Michael Giltz | Posted 11.20.2013 | Entertainment
Michael Giltz

To the casual observer, the documentary film The Last Of The Unjust is very much of a piece with director Claude Lanzmann's masterpiece Shoah (1985). But for those intimately familiar with that movie, this is a subtly radical departure.

Movies: New York Film Festival 2013 #1 -- Japan And China Step Up

Michael Giltz | Posted 11.17.2013 | Entertainment
Michael Giltz

The New York Film Festival opens on September 27 with a screening of the Tom Hanks Oscar-hopeful Captain Phillips.

Toronto Film Festival 2013: Don't Give Me the Business

Marshall Fine | Posted 11.06.2013 | Entertainment
Marshall Fine

I used to anticipate the Toronto International Film Festival (or TIFF, as it were) with something approaching glee. But as I prepare to head north on Sunday, I feel, well, not dread or even trepidation -- I guess resignation is the word I'm looking for.

Cate's Year Keeps Getting Better

Posted 08.22.2013 | Entertainment

Cate Blanchett has already had a pretty great 2013, thanks to Woody Allen's "Blue Jasmine" and the Oscar buzz reverberating around her title performan...

Oscar Favorites Announced For New York Film Festival

The Huffington Post | Christopher Rosen | Posted 08.19.2013 | Entertainment

The Film Society of Lincoln Center announced the main slate of films scheduled to screen alongside the premieres of "Captain Phillips," "The Secret Li...

Huge Boost For Ben Stiller's New Film

The Huffington Post | Christopher Rosen | Posted 08.01.2013 | Entertainment

On the heels of the beautiful first trailer for "The Secret Life Of Walter Mitty" comes word that Ben Stiller's new film will debut at the 2013 New Yo...

Huge Honor For Tom Hanks

The Huffington Post | Christopher Rosen | Posted 07.29.2013 | Entertainment

"Captain Phillips" will open the 2013 New York Film Festival, the Film Society of Lincoln Center announced on Monday. The film stars Tom Hanks in ...

Indie Film Festival at Stony Brook

NYC-ARTS | Posted 09.17.2013 | Arts
NYC-ARTS

The Stony Brook Film Festival launches its 18th season on Thursday, July 18, with world, U.S. and East Coast premieres. For ten days through July 27, ...

On the BorderLine at Karlovy Vary

Marshall Fine | Posted 09.07.2013 | Entertainment
Marshall Fine

It's a temporarily rainy early evening, late in the 48th Karlovy Vary International Film Festival in the Czech Republic and the partners of New York-based BorderLine Films -- Josh Mond, Antonio Campos and Sean Durkin -- are gathered in the lobby bar of the Grand Hotel Pupp.

Is Life of Pi More Than an Adventure Movie?

Caryn James | Posted 01.20.2013 | Entertainment
Caryn James

It's easy to see why Pi was such a solid choice for the New York Film Festival's opening night, though: It has impeccable artistic credentials, is easy-going and unchallenging. But it's not a film you fall in love with.

WATCH: Denzel Gets Some Bad News In This Exclusive 'Flight' Clip

The Huffington Post | Kia Makarechi | Posted 05.29.2013 | Entertainment

"Flight," director Robert Zemeckis' grand return to live-action movies, stars Denzel Washington as pilot Whip Whitaker. Despite pulling off a heroic l...

Holy Motors: Exclusive New Art

Farihah Zaman | Posted 12.15.2012 | Entertainment
Farihah Zaman

Holy Motors (Indomina Releasing), which won the Prix de la Jeunesse at Cannes earlier this year and just came off a similarly successful run at the New York Film Festival, has unveiled new promo art for the film.

Transitional Moments: Sally Potter's Ginger & Rosa at the New York Film Festival

Shoshana Greenberg | Posted 12.15.2012 | Arts
Shoshana Greenberg

That Potter's work deals with changing identity makes it perfect viewing during those transitional periods in one's life. It's comforting to know that Potter's films are here to make those transitions with me.