New York Film Festival
‘She Said’ Premiere Honors Women Who Exposed Harvey Weinstein’s Alleged Misconduct
The New York Film Festival’s world premiere of She Said, based on the book of the same name about The New York Times‘ investigation into Harvey Weinstein’s decades of alleged sexual misconduct, was a “memorable moment,” director Maria Schrader said Thursday night. Schrader said she and the team behind the Universal film, which she was […]
Events of the Week: ‘Black Adam,’ ‘Halloween Ends’ and More
Here’s a look at this week’s biggest premieres, parties and openings in Los Angeles and New York, including red carpets for Black Adam, Halloween Ends, The Watcher and the New York Film Festival. New York Film Festival The annual film fest continued its second week at Lincoln Center with screenings for Women Talking, Armageddon Time, […]
Anne Hathaway, ‘Armageddon Time’ Team on Exploring Injustice: “Sometimes You Have to Look Backwards to Look Forwards”
It was a (fictional) family affair in New York City on Wednesday to celebrate Armageddon Time at the New York Film Festival. Anne Hathaway, Jeremy Strong, Jaylin Webb, Banks Repeta, Andrew Polk and more of the cast and crew of the film made their way to Alice Tully Hall to celebrate the New York premiere […]
‘Unrest’ Review: An Intriguingly Minimalist Chronicle of 19th-Century Anarchy
The second feature by Swiss director Cyril Schäublin ('Those Who Are Fine') premiered earlier this year at the Berlinale and made its U.S. debut at the New York Film Festival.
Events of the Week: New York Film Festival, ‘Shantaram’ and More
Here’s a look at this week’s biggest premieres, parties and openings in Los Angeles and New York, including red carpets for the New York Film Festival, Shantaram, Glass Onion and Rosaline. New York Film Festival The annual film fest kicked off on Sept. 30 with the world premiere of White Noise, followed by screenings for Till, […]
Whoopi Goldberg Says Events in ‘Till’ Movie Are “the Culmination of What Systematic Racism Looks Like”
The New York Film Festival on Saturday night hosted the world premiere of Chinonye Chukwu’s Till, about the lynching of Emmett Till and his mother Mamie Till-Mobley’s quest for justice. After the screening, Whoopi Goldberg, who both produced and stars in the film that she’s said has taken more than a decade to come to […]
‘Till’ Review: Danielle Deadwyler Is Shattering as a Mother Whose Grief Helped Galvanize the Civil Rights Movement
Director Chinonye Chukwu follows ‘Clemency’ with this account of Emmett Till’s lynching and the resilient woman who channeled her pain into the fight against racial injustice, premiering at the New York Film Festival.
New York Film Festival Director Eugene Hernandez on Why the 60th Edition Is a “Culmination”
The 2022 New York Film Festival is both the 60th edition of the event and the last one for executive director Eugene Hernandez. Before he departs to head up the Sundance Film Festival, the movie industry veteran spoke to The Hollywood Reporter about his best memories from overseeing NYC’s landmark movie conference and shares what […]
‘No Bears’ Review: Jafar Panahi’s Bold Meditation on the Personal and Political Freedoms of the Artist
Iranian former Golden Lion winner Jafar Panahi, imprisoned and subject to a filmmaking ban in his country, returns to Venice with 'No Bears,' his fifth and perhaps most chilling clandestine production.
‘The Inspection’ Review: Jeremy Pope Is Stellar in Elegance Bratton’s Stirring Account of His Experience as a Gay Marine
Jeremy Pope stars with Gabrielle Union, Bokeem Woodbine and Raúl Castillo in Elegance Bratton's autobiographical drama of a resilient spirit rising above entrenched homophobia.
‘Master Gardener’ Review: A Brooding Joel Edgerton Can’t Make Paul Schrader’s Belabored Allegory Bloom
Joel Edgerton, Sigourney Weaver and Quintessa Swindell star in Paul Schrader's drama about a dedicated horticulturalist reckoning with his violent past.
Adam Driver, Greta Gerwig Face Disaster in Teaser for Noah Baumbach’s ‘White Noise’
Danger is in the air in the newly released teaser for Noah Baumbach’s White Noise. The film, an adaptation of author Don DeLillo’s highly praised 1985 postmodern novel, stars Adam Driver and Greta Gerwig and marks director Baumbach’s first movie not based on his own original idea. White Noise will open the Venice International Film […]