On this week's podcast, Richard Linklater discusses his cinematic influences. The director's latest film, Last Flag Flying, starring Steve Carell, Bryan Cranston, and Laurence Fishburne, had its world premiere as the Opening Night film at the 55th New York Film Festival, and it is now playing in theaters.
A historical survey of the myriad ways in which filmmakers have used so-called amateurs to reimagine the language of cinema and to investigate—and perhaps fundamentally change—the medium’s relationship with the realities it depicts.
The second edition of My First Film Fest, which aims to bring the singular excitement and vibrancy of the festival experience to burgeoning movie lovers, is coming to the Film Society of Lincoln Center on November 10-12.
Participants have been announced for the Artist Academy, an immersive creative experience for filmmakers early in their careers, and the Critics Academy, a workshop for aspiring film writers, at NYFF55.
Includes World Premiere docs about Steven Spielberg, Bob Dylan, and the Metropolitan Opera; a series of four new films by Claude Lanzmann; a conversation with Kate Winslet and a master class with cinematographers Vittorio Storaro and Ed Lachman; a new restoration of G.W. Pabst’s Pandora’s Box premiering a new score; the return of Film Comment Presents; and more.