Michelle Pfeiffer leads ‘French Exit,’ the closing night film at the New York Film Festival from director Azazel Jacobs.
58th New York Film Festival
Sofia Coppola’s latest feature has its faults, but ‘On the Rocks’ is a fun and enjoyable movie that fans of Coppola will love.
With his ‘Small Axe’ series of films on Amazon Prime, Steven McQueen proves how formidable he is as a filmmaker.
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.
While movie theaters in New York are currently still closed, that doesn’t mean that the world is on hold.