A group of film industry members were invited to a special screening of All That Breathes at the Metrograph on New York’s Lower East Side. The screening was followed by a Q&A between the film’s director Shaunak Sen and film critic Jordan Hoffman, then a reception in the Metrograph’s stylish lobby bar.
The coming-of-age Hulu Original film from writer-director Jason Orley premiered at the Metrograph last night with the core cast in attendance.
‘Vision Portraits’ Explores the Relationship Between Blindness and Artistic Vision
Often, when we think of what it means to be disabled, our definition is centered around what a person is not able to do, rather than what they can. The film Vision Portraits features four creatives with a visual disability who have redefined what they are capable of in the face of blindness.
On The Scene: Metrograph 3rd Anniversary Party and Launch of Metrograph Pictures
The already-iconic Metrograph hosted its birthday party featuring a who’s who of the New York film scene.
Exclusive: Creator/Star Natasha Lyonne & More Talk ‘Russian Doll’ At NY Premiere
Natasha Lyonne and other members of the cast of “RUSSIAN DOLL” discuss Netflix’s twisty new show at the show’s in New York
Some things are just too good to be true. The Netflix Original documentary “Fyre: The Greatest Party That Never Happened” traces how the promise of a luxury private island music festival became a full-fledged scam.
Exclusive: Dakota Johnson and Cynthia Erivo talk ‘Bad Times at the El Royale’ At NY Premiere
Thursday night, the Metrograph theater held a premiere for the upcoming film, ‘Bad Times at the El Royale,’ written and directed by Drew Goddard. Attending the premiere were actresses Dakota Johnson and Cynthia Erivo, who appeared in the film in respective roles. Before entering the auditorium, they talked to us about how they approached their characters, as well as what to expect from a film full of surprises, keeping it as spoiler-free as possible!
Earlier this week we attended the New York premiere of “Assassination Nation” at Metrograph.
Lenny Abrahamson, Domhnall Gleeson & Ruth Wilson Talks ‘The Little Stranger’ At New York Premiere
During the New York premiere of “The Little Stranger” last night at the Metrograph, director Lenny Abrahamson shared his journey to adapting the airy horror novel, written by Sarah Waters, to the big screen.
Exclusive: The Stars Came Out To Celebrate Metrograph’s 2nd Anniversary
The famed art theater which many have hailed as the most gorgeous of its kind attracted top celebrities and stars from all over New York as it celebrated its 2nd Anniversary.