The opening night of Rendez-Vous with French Cinema presented by The Film Society of Lincoln Center and UniFrance showcased not only France’s cinematic talent, but also a yearning for universal togetherness and camaraderie when the world needs it most.
With a slow start and remarkable arch for the protagonist, Django picks up and plays its way right into our hearts, earning well-deserved applause from the crowd.
We caught up actor Daniel Beaty to talk about his role as co-writer and lead actor in Jamal Joseph’s new film Chapter & Verse.
Director Jamal Joseph – who is renowned for his change from imprisoned activist to esteemed professor, writer, director, and producer – has pieced his many hats, history and heritage into one for his new film “Chapter & Verse.”
The Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) opened up their 31st Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. celebration with a weekend of performances from Brooklyn duo Soul Science Lab at the BAM Café.
We caught up with actor Brennan Brown of the breakout series The Man in the High Castle to get the scoop on his creative process and what fans can expect moving forward.
The multifaceted Stephen Dorff’s full skillset was on display Friday night at the advanced screening of his upcoming film Wheeler.
Somewhere after college football and before making it to the NFL, we meet the men whose dreams wouldn’t allow them to give up.
The Knockturnal caught up with actress Keesha Sharp to discuss her role as Trish Murtaugh on the FOX remake of the classic buddy cop action film Lethal Weapon.
Director Jim Hosking’s feature length debut has audiences in shock and awe as they laugh and cringe at what could be the next great cult classic.