The unresolvable tension between logic and feeling animates Eugene Green's "La Sapienza," an exquisite rumination on life, love and art that tickles the heart and mind in equal measure.
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Albert Maysles' joyous celebration of sustained creativity and razor-sharp wit into old age as evinced by outspoken nonagenarian fashion icon Iris Apfel also offers proof of Maysles' continued…
The Film Society of Lincoln Center, the Gotham nonprofit that presents the New York Film Festival, has tapped Robert Redford to receive its 42nd annual Chaplin Award. The laurel, which honors the…
No amount of familiarity with whistleblower Edward Snowden and his shocking revelations of the U.S. government's wholesale spying on its own citizens can prepare one for the impact of Laura Poitras'…
From the brothers Warner to the brothers Weinstein, the movie business has long been a fraternal affair, though sibling director teams (Coen, Hughes, Wachowski) are a relatively new concept.
The good-vibing '60s are slip-sliding away in Paul Thomas Anderson's "Inherent Vice," and along with them a certain idea of pre-Vietnam, pre-Manson California life.
Radius has acquired U.S. rights to the drama “Heaven Knows What” a day before its U.S. premiere at the New York Film Festival. “Heaven Knows What,” from filmmakers Josh and Benny Safdie, had its…
Sony Pictures Classics co-presidents Michael Barker and Tom Bernard were honored as icons of the Gotham film business on Monday at a lively party hosted by Variety on the roof of the Gramercy Park…
Warner Bros. has released the first official trailer for Paul Thomas Anderson’s new film, “Inherent Vice.” Based on the Thomas Pynchon novel, the 1970s-set film stars Joaquin Phoenix as a drug-fueled…
"When you buy something made of ivory, where does the money go?" asks an onscreen question at the start of Kathryn Bigelow's "Last Days," a remarkable three-minute PSA on the subject of elephant…