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FSLC moves NYFF53 Opening Night screening of THE WALK to Sat, Sept 26

New York, NY (July 29, 2015) – The Film Society of Lincoln Center announced today that the World Premiere of Robert Zemeckis's The Walk...

2013 LAFF: My Little Pony Equestria Girls (***)

'My Little Pony Equestria Girls', created by Hasbro, from the beginning somewhat baffled me. With no recap leading into the world of Equestria, though...

NYFF: ‘Miles Ahead’ is an equally ambitious and flawed biopic

An unconventional musical biopic that works most successfully as a filmmaking calling card for actor turned writer/director Don Cheadle, Miles Ahead is the sort...

VENICE: Redgrave and Cronenberg to Receive Lifetime Achievement Awards

We're only a couple of days away from the announcement of the full Venice Film Festival lineup. Some of the films that will screen at the...

AFI Festival: The Wind Rises (★★½)

Japanese director Hayao Miyazaki has made his career with totally unique, and in most cases magical stories. His final directorial outing, “The Wind Rises,”...

Venice Film Festival Lineup Announced – Films from Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson with...

The Venice Film Festival has announced their lineup and it includes some suspects like Tom Hooper's "The Danish Girl" but we're getting a look...

Comic-Con: Superman and Batman to team up in 2015 ‘Man of Steel’ sequel

Oh man, this is humungous news. Warner Bros is set to have a panel in Hall H today where it is expected that they...

Adult World (★★★½)

TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL: There are always films that seem to define the youth of the decade.  In the 1980s, you can make an argument...

Comic Con: ‘The Maze Runner’ Press Conference

As you know, one of the bigger properties to arrive at Comic Con this year is Fox's adaptation of The Maze Runner. The studio...

SUNDANCE Preview: Felix van Groeningen’s Boisterous BELGICA, Opening Night Film of World Narrative Competition

BELGICA The Musically Propelled Rise and Fall of One Glorious Nightclub By Academy Award-Nominated Felix van Groeningen Is Opening Night Film of the World Dramatic...

LFF Film Review: Beasts of No Nation (★★★½)

  LONDON FILM FESTIVAL: Originally known for his first two films Sin Nombre and Jane Eyre, Cary Fukunaga was put on the map for most by...

Comic Con: ‘Horns’ Press Conference with Daniel Radcliffe, Aja and Hill

When the dust is settled on Comic Con, one of the films that should definitely be in the winners column is Horns. The film...

Jason Reitman’s ‘Tully’ to Open Miami Film Festival

After surprising audiences in Park City with a secret screening, Jason Reitman's "Tully" heads to Florida. The film premieres as the Opening Night selection...

Comic Con: Marvel Unveils Full ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’ Concept Art

One of the hottest free items at Comic Con has been the concept art for Marvel's sequel to the massively popular The Avengers. The...

AFI Fest Review: ‘Rafiki’ Is an Urgent Story that Avoids Feeling Rushed

2018 AFI FILM FESTIVAL: Sometimes a film comes along that is so pure with its intentions it forces you to take notice. Banned in...

Frank (★★★½)

LOS ANGELES FILM FESTIVAL 2014: Sometimes there are films you walk in to that appear to be one thing but then evolve into something...

Tribeca Film Review: Dean (★★★½)

Comedian Demetri Martin has tried his hand at acting before, but not only does his debut filmmaking feature Dean show a whole new side...
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Tribeca Film Festival Review: ‘Nobody’s Watching’ Presents An Immigrant’s Dream

2017 Tribeca Film Festival: Movies depicting a foreigner coming to America hoping to live out their dreams are a dime a dozen. At the...

NYFF Film Review: ‘Manchester by the Sea’ Delivers Masterful Performances for a Cold Resolution

In typical Kenneth Lonergan fashion, his sensibilities and his abilities to build rich and dynamic characters are evident in his newest feature "Manchester by...

SUNDANCE: Interview with ‘kink’ director Christina Voros

It's not every day you get to speak with someone who has even been to a porn shoot, let alone made a documentary about...

AFI Fest: Lone Survivor (★★★½)

Chosen as one of the AFI gala screenings, Lone Survivor certainly had some high expectations based on the subject matter, cast, and filmmaking team....

Middleburg Film Review: ‘Hostiles’ Expertly Examines Brutality and Violence in America

2017 MIDDLEBURG FILM FESTIVAL: To be frank,  Scott Cooper has had trouble connecting his material to this viewer over his past three films.  He...

SXSW: Sally Field Enters the Best Actress Race for ‘Hello, My Name is Doris’

Two-time Academy Award winner Sally Field came back into Oscar's good graces in 2012 with Steven Spielberg's "Lincoln."  A likely runner-up to Anne Hathaway's...

‘Captain Phillips’ to Open New York Film Festival!!!

New York, NY, July 29, 2013 - The Film Society of Lincoln Center announced today that Paul Greengrass’s CAPTAIN PHILLIPS will make its World...

Sundance 2018: Lionsgate Acquires Comedy ‘Blindspotting’

Lionsgate emerged victorious in a competition to acquire the North American rights to "Blindspotting." The comedy premiered on Opening Night of the 2018 Sundance...

EXCLUSIVE: Stanley Tucci and Armie Hammer Discuss Art, Food, Stardom, Politics and ‘Final Portrait’

2017 Berlin International Film Festival: After the premiere of "Final Portrait," which was extremely well-received at audience and press screenings alike last weekend, I had the...

‘Inside Llewyn Davis’ Captivates the crowd at Cannes!

The latest high-profile film to debut at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival is Inside Llewyn Davis by Joel Coen and Ethan Coen, a movie...

Jordan Peele’s Highly Anticipated ‘Us’ to Kick-Off 2019 SXSW Film Festival

South by Southwest (SXSW)—the Austin-based event comprised of a conference and festivals (music and film)—has announced today that Jordan Peele’s highly anticipated “Us,” the...

NYFF Film Review: ‘American Dharma’ Puts Steve Bannon in the Spotlight

It's impossible to find someone with any knowledge of who Steve Bannon is that doesn't have a strong opinion one way or the other....

AFI Fest: Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom (★★)

I know, I know. I'm shocked too. The last thing I'd ever want to do is slam a film dedicated to the heroic liberator...

Telluride Review: ‘First They Killed My Father’ Is the Film Angelina Jolie Was Destined...

2017 TELLURIDE FILM FESTIVAL: The world premiere of Angelina Jolie's "First They Killed My Father" received a rapturous standing ovation from the Telluride audience....

Comic Con 2015: ‘Warcraft’ Releases Character Posters and Synopsis

Legendary is set to have a panel later today where I'm sure more footage will be unveiled, but Warcraft has gone along and released...

Noah Baumbach’s ‘Marriage Story’ Set as NYFF Centerpiece Selection

Noah Baumbach's "Marriage Story" has been selected as the Centerpiece selection at this year's New York Film Festival. The film stars Scarlett Johansson (“Avengers:...

Comic Con: ‘Game of Thrones’ Announces New Cast Members for Season 5

Fans of Game of Thrones have eagerly been awaiting the news of who would be joining the large ensemble since season 4 ended. After...

NYFF Film Review: ‘Lady Bird’ Ignites with Humor and a Captivating Saoirse Ronan

2017 NEW YORK FILM FESTIVAL: With an impressive resume that has spanned both in acting and in the writing room, the multi-talented Greta Gerwig...

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