Michelle Pfeiffer leads ‘French Exit,’ the closing night film at the New York Film Festival from director Azazel Jacobs.
While movie theaters in New York are currently still closed, that doesn’t mean that the world is on hold.
Deeply moving and at times triggering, “Boy Erased” details the heroic journey of a teenage boy surviving conversion therapy.
Joel Edgerton, the conversion drama Boy Erased director/writer/star, talks about politics, choosing projects and more at NewFest
Starring Lucas Hedges, Nicole Kidman, and many other talented stars, “Boy Erased” succeeds as a thriller about gay conversion therapy, but occasionally lacks the poignancy to back it up.
“Mid90s” teems with more than “big-pants, little-wheels” nostalgia––it cleverly plays with the liminality of adolescence, where identity and purpose are existential Play-Doh.
Greta Gerwig discusses her directorial debut “Lady Bird” at a New York Film Festival press conference.
The National Board of Review Gala honoring the 2016 Award Winners hosted by Willie Geist was held at Cipriani 42nd Street.
Check our our interviews from the red carpet at the Gotham Awards.