Edward Norton discusses the setting and story of his new film, ‘Motherless Brooklyn,’ at the New York Film Festival’s closing night
The closing night film at New York Film Festival, “Motherless Brooklyn” is an exercise in self-indulgence from Edward Norton, a hodge-podge of ideas without any real cohesion.
The first film directed by a Black woman to premiere at Cannes, “Atlantics” is a haunted look at the many different victims of Africa’s refugee crisis.
With his newest film ‘Wasp Network,’ Olivier Assayas makes a film that defies comprehension and wastes a promising cast on a shoddy script.
From one of Romania’s best-known directors, ‘The Whistlers’ is… something, alright.
The highly-anticipated new film by iconic director Martin Scorsese kicked off the New York Film Festival at the Lincoln Center on Friday, reuniting screen legends and introducing new stars alike. Actors including Robert De Niro, Al Pacino, Joe Pesci, Harvey Keitel, and Bobby Cannavale walked the red carpet to celebrate the premiere.
Constantly zigging where you expect it to zag, ‘Bacurau’ is a political satire… until it becomes something far more different and creative.
Bertrand Bonello’s latest film ‘Zombi Child’ is a haunting tale of colonialism and faith in a higher power of any kind