Program highlights include three works by Isild Le Besco including her latest Bas-Fonds; Viva Radio events with Warhol’s Velvet Underground films and Alex Cox’s Straight to Hell remix; three works by Shoah director Claude Lanzmann, and the extraordinary Wundkanal/Our Nazi diptych from the late Thomas Harlan and Robert Kramer. Catch sneak previews of John Landis’s Burke and Hare; Lu Chuan’s City of Life and Death; Kim Ji-woon’s I Saw the Devil; Jia Zhangke’s I Wish I Knew; and Sion Sono’s Cold Fish. Plus: Klaus Kinski as Jesus; Domaine, John Waters’s favorite movie of 2010; a rare Fassbinder; and a real-life Mexican hit man.
Film Comment’s cinematic showcase returns in its 17th edition with a selection of titles curated by the magazine’s editors, an offering of strikingly bold visions and fresh voices, mixing exclusive New York premieres of vital new films and long-unseen older titles that deserve the big-screen treatment. Read More
The 16th edition of Film Comment magazine’s annual festival is back with its customarily unpredictable blend of sublime wonders and hard-hitting visions. The sublime is covered by our Opening and Closing Night selections—Terence Davies’s long-awaited Sunset Song and a revival of the late Chantal Akerman’s Golden Eighties—and among the hard-hitters is a pair of wrenching discoveries from Serbia and Iran and a harrowing yet serene vision of World War I. Also featuring new films by Benoît Jacquot, Hirokazu Kore-eda, Alexei German Jr., a spotlight on Charles Bronson, and a sidebar of works by the Polish master Andrzej Żuławski. Read More
The 14th edition of Film Comment magazine’s essential and eclectic feast of cinephilia presents 22 discoveries and rediscoveries, 17 of them New York premieres, and nine without U.S. distribution, handpicked by the magazine’s editors after scouring the international festival circuit in 2013. Read More
The 12th edition of Film Comment magazine’s crucial and eclectic festival brings you a handpicked lineup of the coming-soon and the never-coming-back, the rare and the rediscovered, the unclassifiable and the underrated, the sacred and the profane, the cute and the creepy, the tough and the tender, the naked and the dead—you get the idea. Read More
Program highlights include three works by Isild Le Besco including her latest Bas-Fonds; Viva Radio events with Warhol’s Velvet Underground films and Alex Cox’s Straight to Hell remix; three works by Shoah director Claude Lanzmann, and the extraordinary Wundkanal/Our Nazi… Read More