Film at Lincoln Center recently announced the 25 films that comprise the Main Slate of the 58th New York Film…
Film critic Evan Crean reviews Eric Stange’s documentary <em>Edgar Allan Poe: Buried Alive</em>, which screened at IFFBoston 2017.
77 World Premieres, 42 Directorial Debuts, 23 VR exhibits and interactive installations from the leading filmmakers, and 11 Award-Winning Films to watch on the last day of the Festival. That’s what Tribeca Film Festival has in store for us this year, and The Independent is there to soak it all up.
Kurt Brokaw selects his favorites from the 45th edition of the fest (27 features, 10 shorts) at the Film Society of Lincoln Center and the Museum of Modern Art screening March 16th –
De Pue was nervous about working with so many co-producers. “I was a bit afraid about it, I learned in school about it. When you have all these co-producers they bring in money but they also have their artistic choices and they can get involved at some point.
Senior Critic, Kurt Brokaw views all 21 features at the 21st annual festival which runs March 3rd to 13th
Senior film critic Kurt Brokaw selects his favorites from the 25th edition of the NYJFF, which runs January 13-26, 2016. Among them are Ellis, Rabin, The Last Day, Dear God, and The Law.
“SUMÉ – The Sound of a Revolution is the story of the first Greenlandic rock band and its huge impact in the new awakening of the Greenlandic people in the 1970s.” says Inuk Silis Høegh
Gusts of bitingly cold wind eat away at the inch of precocious snow on the ground, offering a fittingly bracing…