Posts Tagged ‘NEW YORK FILM FESTIVAL’
The perennial “It” man on the power of Buster Keaton, subverting expectations, and his second directorial feature A Faithful Man.
Germany’s next big thing on his “start from zero” method, finding authorship in acting, and Christian Petzold’s refugee drama Transit.
It’s our favorite choices from this year’s Manhattan shindig: the films, the directors, the performers, and the newcomers.
The acclaimed filmmaker and her muse on “the ultimate jail,” the elasticity of language, and their journey into outer space—High Life.
The Private Life team on capturing New York City on film, casting’s unusual courting process, and the joys of a great screenplay.
A look back at our conversation with the consummate nice guy, a front-runner for the 2016 Best Actor Oscar with The Danish Girl.
The director of Winter’s Bone returns with a clear-eyed character study of a chopper-riding Vietnam War vet in Stray Dog.
The consummate nice guy is entirely believable playing an insufferable prick in Alex Ross Perry’s Listen Up Philip.
Feeling indecisive about this year’s lineup? Don’t panic! Let us give you a leg up with our daily updated score card.
A pictorial recap of the Safdie Brothers’ premiere after party, a drug-fueled, obsidian-black nightmare like the film itself! Jokes.
The French newcomer finds rhythm in his first leading role as an aspiring DJ in Mia Hansen-Løve’s clubbing drama Eden.
The co-recipient of the Best Actress honor at the Cannes Film Festival on her journalism background, entering a world riddled with controversy and her feature film debut in Cristian Mungiu’s Beyond the Hills.
The co-recipient of the Best Actress honor at the Cannes Film Festival on her past, the role of directors and the controversy surrounding the critically acclaimed Romanian film, Beyond the Hills.
Garlanded with prizes from film festivals around the world, the Portuguese boy wonder’s Tabu is an odd affair, and a masterpiece.
The French actor on the allure of silent films, his unconventional “American” career path in his native homeland and the value of being “contre-courant”.
The formidable Spanish actress takes on her greatest challenge to date in Pedro Almodóvar’s hotly anticipated film The Skin I Live In.