The popular HBO Directors Dialogues series returns to the 51st New York Film Festival with four vibrant directors discussing their careers, their approach to making movies, and the current state of the art of filmmaking.
With films like Bloody Sunday, United ’93 and the new Captain Phillips, Paul Greengrass has established himself as one of the masters of reality-based cinematic fiction.
Please note: This event has been moved to 1:30pm.
Having fashioned vast cinematic frescoes of the ways we live, die, work, grieve, and create, Frederick Wiseman is not just one of our greatest documentary filmmakers, he’s one of our greatest filmmakers, period.
Responsible for works from Four Weddings and a Funeral to Pirate Radio, writer/director Richard Curtis has become the most formidable presence in modern comedy.
Having built an extraordinary body of work including Europa Europa, Olivier, Olivier, her stunning 1993 adaptation of The Secret Garden, and Oscar-nominated In Darkness, Agnieszka Holland has a career like no one else’s.