The highly-anticipated new film by iconic director Martin Scorsese kicked off the New York Film Festival at the Lincoln Center on Friday, reuniting screen legends and introducing new stars alike. Actors including Robert De Niro, Al Pacino, Joe Pesci, Harvey Keitel, and Bobby Cannavale walked the red carpet to celebrate the premiere.
Robert De Niro
Brooklyn native Danny A. Abeckaser seems to have taken the film industry by storm. A writer, director, producer, and actor, Abeckaser’s diverse work consistently shares a deeper side of both New York and the star himself. From Holy Rollers to The Irishman–which premiered last night at the New York Film Festival–Abeckaser opens up about his background in nightlife, his two upcoming films Mob Town and Blackjack: The Jackie Ryan Story, and what it feels like to improvise for Martin Scorsese.
As the 57th New York Film Festival approaches, we run down the premieres and events that we are most excited for, and their Oscar prospects.
Universal’s new sports documentary, ‘I Am Duran’, highlights and follows the personal life and public career of former world champion, Panamanian boxer and cultural legend Roberto Duran over the course of 84 minutes. The film is available for Digital Download on June 4.
Tribeca Film Festival: ‘All About Nina’ Star Mary Elizabeth Winstead and Director Eva Vives Discuss Comedians and Bombing on Stage
Mary Elizabeth Winstead and Eva Vives graced the red carpet for the premiere of their film ‘All About Nina’ where they discussed working with comedians, Richard Pryor, and doing impressions
Eden Fine Art Gallery in SoHo, Manhattan welcomes Alec Monopoly back to his home city.
From puppies to Coachella girls, the two-time Academy Award winner dons multitude Snapchat filters with Tribeca Snapchat Shorts finalist Alex Berry.
The 27th GLAAD Media Awards gala was held at New York’s Waldorf Astoria.
A prestigious award for a man that deserves it