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By Jordan Raup on October 7, 2017
In this long-awaited adaptation of John E. Douglas and Mark Olshaker’s 1996 chronicle of Douglas’s career in the FBI’s Investigative Support Unit, developed and produced for Netflix by David Fincher and writer Joe Penhall, Jonathan Groff is Holden Ford, an instructor at Quantico in the late '70s who plunges headfirst into the still-emerging field of criminal psychology and profiling.
By Jordan Raup on October 2, 2017
Paul Schrader’s newest film, about a middle-aged pastor named Toller (Ethan Hawke, in a truly extraordinary performance) who is shocked out of his self-inflicted torment when he is called to minister to a troubled young environmental activist and his wife (Philip Ettinger and Amanda Seyfried), is as deeply personal as it is politically and spiritually urgent.
On Friday, September 29 at 8pm, a NYFF Live talk at the Ampitheater at Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center. On Saturday, September 30 from 12pm-3pm, a demo at the Opera Learning Center on the 6th Floor of the Rose Building.
It’s 1983. You find yourself in an arcade in the ’burbs. Among the future classics—Galaga, Space Invaders, Donkey Kong—you find something different: Sega’s Astron Belt…
Kohn and Thompson will give their takes on the first weekend of the New York Film Festival, and talk about how awards season is shaping up.
Meet Huppert as she talks about transforming into this character, and her career in movies and television; and Bozon, who will share his experiences making the movie.
Join Guadagnino and actors Armie Hammer and Michael Stuhlbarg as they talk about what is sure to be one of the most debated films of the fall.
In this discussion, we’ll delve into the particulars of how The Florida Project was conceived and executed through its various stages in development.
Meet the directors with films in the festival’s “New York Stories” program: Jason Giampietro (Unpresidented), Adinah Dancyger (Cheer Up Baby), Ashley Connor and Joe Stankus (The Layover), Kevin Wilson, Jr. (My Nephew Emmett), John Wilson (The Road to Magnasanti) and Pacho Velez & Yoni Brook (Mr. Yellow Sweatshirt).
Noah Baumbach's latest film harkens back to the themes of family vanities and warring attachments he has explored in previous movies. The writer-director will talk about writing the film, and working with cast that includes screen legend Hoffman.