A thrill ride that is also truly important for the time we’re living in, ‘David Byrne’s American Utopia’ speaks to the mood of 2020.
Some of your critic’s highlights from the beginning of NYFF, including a short with Tilda Swinton and a 4.5-hour documentary
A new documentary from Garret Bradley, ‘Time’ traces the effects of incarceration on the modern American woman through 20 brutal years.
Sometimes brutal and often heartbreaking, NYFF’s ‘Nomadland’ might be the highlight of the festival… and the year.
We were on the scene at the 2020 Film Independent Spirit Awards!
Caught between the precipitous explosions of IEDs overhead and the continuous stereotypes received by women in Syrian society below, Dr. Amani Bellaur opens her heart and Underground Hospital operations in Feras Fayyad’s latest documentary, The Cave.
One of the benefits of streaming services, and the internet in general, is that they’ve opened the door for animation from all over the world.
An art film that combines both realism and hope, Jan Komasa’s “Corpus Christi,” magnetizes audiences with its outstanding performances in this compelling portrayal of redemption.
Wednesday night the Whitby Hotel in midtown Manhattan host a private screening of Oscar contender, The Cave.
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.