This is the film festival as cultural event, easily earning its reputation as a major happening for New York cinephiles of all inclinations.
She suggests a cosmic force manifest as she ruminates on immorality, lost loves and unsatisfied longings, fears and secrets, even fish and the Darkness.
The writer-director of Under the Skin shares a preference of viewing formal details as afterthoughts—elements that, fittingly, find their place as the whole takes shape.
The actor and director spoke of the working conditions under which men like Cesar Chavez worked and his understanding of the man's legacy.
The actor let it all hang out, discussing religion, his "limited experience" with S&M, a certain "floppy dick," and how, with Nymphomaniac, the one who's truly fucked is the viewer.
Now in its 43rd year, the renowned festival continues its commitment to bringing exciting new discoveries from around the world to New York City filmgoers.
The director shared his fascination with making movie storybooks and getting to the heart of why his work is so gorgeously meticulous.
Though Omar is unmistakably political, the director insists that he aimed to sideline politics in the Oscar-nominated film.
The filmmaker spoke of his fixation with the 1970s, his attraction to the mythical, and how Stranger by the Lake is ultimately an existential study.
Passing through New York to promote Raze, Bell chatted with us about the film's politics, its title, her craziest stunts, and the must-sees for anyone visiting her home country.
The actor dishes on his fondness for the military, his reception of Lone Survivor's violence, and why he'd rather keep mum on that whole Tom Cruise-Wahlberg thing.
For better or worse, the music video was surprisingly central to the way we thought about music in 2013—for better and for worse.
The playwright and actor discussed August: Osage County's Native American themes, his opinion that his own mother is "a goddamned liar," and the limits of control.
Reports of cinema's demise, as it turns out, have been greatly exaggerated.
As our list attests, if album-as-format is dead, it's enjoying one hell of an afterlife.
The actress gets real about when she almost quit acting, her tendency to confuse "lines" with "lyrics," and her belief that the worst thing a woman can do is "lead with sex."
The year's biggest singles took the pleasure principle to reckless new, solipsistic heights.
The year's best TV offerings were either enlivened by the medium's possibilities or lovingly defied them.
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