All posts tagged "new york film festival"
No Risk of Cliché: The Unorthodox Methods of Director Albert Serra Pay Off in The Death of Louis XIVApril 5, 2017
The contrast between absolute power and total impotence is the thematic core of Albert Serra’s latest...
“You Either Are an Actor or You Aren’t an Actor:” An Interview with Isabelle HuppertNovember 16, 2016
Good fortune and strategic diligence. Those, says Isabelle Huppert, are the key ingredients to a long,...
The 54th New York Film Festival: Global Auteurs Talk Craft and Criterion Goes DigitalOctober 25, 2016
A parade of festival stunners make the New York Film Festival an elegant affair, one that...
Delving into Trauma: Natalie Portman Navigates Imitation and Real-Life Horror in JackieOctober 19, 2016
Natalie Portman, who in real life neither looks nor sounds at all like Jacqueline Kennedy, completely...
“We Don’t Have Time to Test Our Lenses. We’ve Gotta Shoot Film”: Kelly Reichardt Talks Making Certain WomenOctober 17, 2016
Kelly Reichardt’s Certain Women is a departure for her in some ways. It’s the first feature...
What Gets Paul Thomas Anderson Going? Highlights from a New York Film Festival ConversationDecember 12, 2014
What’s most enjoyable, both in films and in life, isn’t the destination itself but the journey—even...
Best Places to Live and Work as a Moviemaker in 2014, Top Big Cities: #2. New YorkJanuary 16, 2014
It’s MovieMaker’s 2014 edition of the Best Places to Live and Work as a Moviemaker! We’re counting...
Crowdfunder of the Week: The DogAugust 27, 2013
MovieMaker’s Crowdfunder of the Week is The Dog, a fascinating documentary on John Wojtowicz, the real-life...
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Fake Independence and Reel Truth, Pt. 2: A look back at the criticism of Ray CarneyMarch 1, 2013
Read Part 1 We want our knowledge easy. We want experiences that will snap like Legos...
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Fake Independence and Reel Truth, Pt. 1: Ray Carney’s incendiary film criticism feels as vital today as it did 15 years agoFebruary 20, 2013
As Filmmaker Magazine reported in its latest issue, the seminal expert on John Cassavetes’ oeuvre, Ray...
Strange Fruit: The History of Billie Holiday’s Famous Protest Song
18th and Grand Traces L.A. History Through a ‘Palace of Violence’
How We Accidentally Made a Covid Christmas Classic
Ammonite Writer-Director Francis Lee Requires Every Object to Have a Rich History and Defined Purpose
- Strange Fruit: The History of Billie Holiday’s Famous Protest Song February 27, 2021
- 18th and Grand Traces L.A. History Through a ‘Palace of Violence’ February 27, 2021
- Why I Kept Anthony Hopkins Inside for The Father February 26, 2021