In conversation with Darryl PinckneyJoin Oscar-winner Barry Jenkins for an in-depth conversation about his filmmaking approach and the process of bringing the writing of James Baldwin to the screen in his latest feature, If Beale Street Could Talk.
Free and open to the public! · Presented by Warby ParkerWe are thrilled to present a conversation with Schnabel and the 87-year-old Carrière about the creation of this extraordinary take on the last days of Vincent Van Gogh.
Introduction by Matthew Nolan, Sean Mac Erlaine, Kevin Murphy, Adrian Crowley, and Barry AdamsonRex Ingram’s monumental antiwar film is a devastating tale about a divided Argentine family fighting on opposite sides during World War I. Featuring the North American premiere of a new score composed and performed by Matthew Nolan, Seán Mac Erlaine, Adrian Crowley, Kevin Murphy, and Barry Adamson.
Q&A with writer-director Jonah Hill, Sunny Suljic, Lucas Hedges, Na-Kel Smith, Olan Prenatt, Gio Galicia, Ryder McLaughlin, Alexa Demie, and Katherine WaterstonJonah Hill’s directorial debut is a frank, intimate, and emotionally layered reflection on an unlikely coming-of-age in the world of 90s L.A. skate culture.
Free and open to the public! · Q&A with John Hoffman, Louise Mirrer, Allen Wernick, and Liz RobbinsThe new documentary Out of Many, One is a loving profile of the Citizenship Project, the New-York Historical Society’s free program that assists green card holders in preparing for the USCIS Naturalization Exam, which tests knowledge of United States history and civics.
Q&A with actress Eva Melander and makeup artist Göran Lundström on September 30Scandinavian mythology makes for a visceral fantastical drama on the mystery of identity in this adaptation of a story by Let the Right One In writer John Ajvide Lindqvist, about a troll-like customs inspector, Tina, who possesses the ability to sniff out contraband and moral corruption