As part of New York City’s New Directors/New Films 2021 festival, Apples screened virtually and in-person at the Lincoln Center.
New York City – the city that never sleeps has had an unfortunate time out this year.
The Lincoln Center hosted a special screening of Irene Taylor Brodsky’s documentary “Moonlight Sonata,” set to premiere on HBO December 11th at 9PM ET.
The Knockturnal caught up with director Irene Taylor Brodsky to discuss her latest documentary feature “Moonlight Sonata: Deafness in Three Movements.” Brodsky spoke of her process as a documentarian, the role of music in her filmmaking, and what she’d like viewers to take away from a story surrounding the deaf experience.
Are you into action thrillers!? Then Netflix’s “Triple Frontier” is the movie to watch!
French director Pierre Salvadori balances grief and hilarity seamlessly in this thrilling madcap comedy.
Sandra Bullock and cast wowed onlookers at the New York City Netflix premiere of “Bird Box” at Lincoln Center.
The Coen Brothers’ most recent project, a six-part anthology film of Civil War-era American frontier life, has officially debuted at New York Film Festival after a successful run in Venice and Toronto.
We attended the premiere of Love, Cecil at Sotheby’s New York. The documentary is directed by Lisa Immordino Vreeland and opens June 29, 2018.
On Wednesday, National Geographic held an exclusive early screening at the Lincoln Center in New York City for their new upcoming 10-Part series “One Strange Rock.”