During the late 2010s, there was an interesting trend toward high-concept comedies that used outlandish premises to explore political or social issues.
A Quiet Place Part II, starring John Krasinski, Emily Blunt, Millicent Simmonds, and Cillian Murphy hosted its world premiere on March 8th at the Lincoln Center in New York City. A Quiet Place Part II is a continuation of the Abott family’s silent yet vigorous fight for survival against the creatures that hunt by sound.
1 in 4. 1 is someone you know. Yet statistics still feel so hollow sometimes, the faceless numbers easy to contort into some semblance of an argument to overturn one of the most critical cases in this nation’s history.
Onward, Pixar’s beautifully animated new film easily won over an enthusiastic audience during a special screening at AMC Lincoln Square this past Wednesday.
Olympic Dreams, starring and co-directed by Big Mouth creator, Nick Kroll, and Olympian Alexi Pappas and directed by Jeremy Teicher, hosted its premiere on February 12 at the IFC Center in New York City.
On Tuesday, January 28, Roxane Gay, Marielle Heller, Amber Tamblyn, Elaine Welteroth & Michelle Williams hosted a special New York screening of The Assistant at The Metrograph, an independent movie theater in the Lower East Side.
On Tuesday, January 21, CNN’s Alisyn Camerota hosted a special screening at Soho House in Manhattan of the award-winning film, “Learning to Skateboard in a Warzone if You’re a Girl.” The beautiful film was followed by a Q&A with the director, Carol Dysinger.
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.
‘Paddington Gets in a Jam,’ created and directed by Jonathan Rockefeller, just opened Off-Broadway at the DR2 Theater, playing through March 8, 2020.
Producer Sigrid Dyekjaer hosted a Q&A discussion in place of director, Feras Fayyad after a screening of “The Cave,” presented by National Geographic at the Tribeca Screening Room in Manhattan on Wednesday, December 18.