The National Board of Review celebrated the best and brightest cinema of the year at its Annual Awards Gala at Cipriani 42nd Street. Willie Geist emceed the evening and was joined by an extraordinary group of the entertainment industry’s most revered.
Last Monday Cinema Eye hosted their 13th annual Award ceremony. The night was about “celebrating the craft of nonfiction filmmaking and artistic excellence.”
On Friday, January 3, Ezra Edelman and Laurie Anderson hosted a special screening, reception, and Q+A with Producer/Director, Nanfu Wang, for One Child Nation at the Tribeca Grill Loft in Manhattan. Producers, Julie Goldman, Carolyn Hepburn, and Christopher Clements were also in attendance.
On November 3rd, Scandinavia House New York hosted the all too real, gripping tale of a young man embracing his sexuality and personhood in today’s conservative Georgian society.
2019 closes out this decade with creative, innovative, challenging films that we have now come to expect. So many fascinating filmmakers made their bold debut, utilizing unique techniques, helping establish a definitive style to 2010’s filmmaking. While some films homage the classics, others carved their own distinct identities through challenging film conventions, promising storied careers as we all head into the 2020’s.
Spies in Disguise is a thrilling, comedic spy adventure that is the perfect movie to see this holiday season.
Uncut Gems is one of this year’s most exciting and highly anticipated films. The Safdie Brother have proved themselves to be one of the most innovative directors of our time. So one can imagine the buzz, when an interactive pop up in NYC brought some of the film’s most special details to life.
This past Tuesday, New York Women in Film & Television (NYWIFT) presented the 40th annual Muse Awards for Vision and Achievement at the New York Hilton Midtown.
At the world premiere for Little Women in New York this past week, the cast spoke about the making of the film and more!