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By Brian Brooks on February 25, 2015
Birdman triumphed at the Oscars, culminating this year's Awards Season.
By Brian Brooks on February 17, 2015
Alejandro G, Iñárritu's Birdman has been a darling of this year's Awards Season. The film, starring Michael Keaton, closed the 52nd New York Film Festival last October and is the focus of this week's edition of The Close-Up, the Film Society of Lincoln Center's weekly podcast series.
By Rachel Del Giudice on February 17, 2015
CITIZENFOUR, the groundbreaking documentary about Edward Snowden and the NSA, has enjoyed a stunning festival run. Laura Poitras's film, which had its World Premiere at NYFF52, could be this year's nonfiction Academy Award winner.
on February 12, 2015
Richard Linklater's Boyhood, which opened in theaters in July and has remained there ever since, is an awards juggernaut heading into the Oscars next week. Last summer, Film Comment took a look at the film that took 12 years to make.
By Brian Brooks on February 11, 2015
Abderrahmane Sissako's Timbuktu is the first Oscar-nominated film from Mauritania, and the director is the first from Africa to be featured in the Film Society's weekly podcast series, The Close-Up.
on February 10, 2015
The Theory of Everything star Eddie Redmayne is a strong contender for the Best Actor Oscar at next week's Academy Awards. Film Comment takes a look at the film about the life of Stephen Hawking, which inspires a romantic and unsentimental portrait of the visionary scientist.
By Brian Brooks on January 14, 2015
The latest edition of the Film Society's weekly podcast series, The Close-Up, features The Theory of Everything stars Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones in a conversation about their film, science, love, and more.
By Brian Brooks on January 7, 2015
Jennifer Aniston and Anna Kendrick are featured in this week's edition of The Close-Up, the Film Society's weekly podcast series. The two share their thoughts on their work in Cake.
By Brian Brooks on December 22, 2014
In this week's edition of the Film Society's weekly podcast series, The Close-Up, Trent Reznor (formerly of Nine Inch Nails) and Atticus Ross discuss their work on Gone Girl and returning to work with David Fincher after their first collaboration on The Social Network, which won the pair an Oscar.