During the late 2010s, there was an interesting trend toward high-concept comedies that used outlandish premises to explore political or social issues.
As we are all experiencing the coronavirus quarantine, I’m sure many of your first instincts are to find something to watch on the many streaming services we have available.
From the mind of David Weil and produced by Jordan Peele, Hunters is an absolutely jaw-dropping television experience.
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.
The season finale of The Expanse (season 3) left off hinting towards the opening of The Ring in season 4 and now unfolding new dimensions with conflict and some character changes.
On Wednesday, December 4th, the New York premiere of acclaimed director Tom Harper’s latest film “The Aeronauts” premiered at the SVA Theatre in Chelsea.
The Aeronauts is a biographical adventure film about a weather scientist and pilot who try to break the world record for highest flight in a hot air balloon and using the gathered data to advance the field of meteorology.
How can life be unpredictable when we can see the ending of this movie coming from a mile away?
The Knockturnal got a sneak peek at the second episode of Amazon’s The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel at the historic Village East Cinema and attended the star-studded after party at Cipriani 25 Broadway on Nov. 13, 2017. The full first season will stream on Prime Video on Nov. 29th, 2017.