The 49th New York Film Festival kicks off tonight with the North American premiere of Roman Polanski’s Carnage. For the House’s ongoing coverage, click here, and for Slant Magazine’s coverage, click here.
Some musings by the Self-Styled Siren on four films playing at the festival.
And for The New York Times, Manohla Dargis chimes in.
For MUBI, Adrian Curry collects the posters of the festival.
X-Files creator Chris Carter is heading back to the small screen, which the female-lead Unique, a mystery police thriller with a supernatural element.
Ronald Bergan remembers Paulette Dubost, best known for her role in Jean Renoir’s The Rules of the Game.
Will robots steal your job?
Jim Emerson revisits Alfred Hitchcock’s Family Plot.
“I was born deaf and 8 weeks ago I received a hearing implant. This is the video of them turning it on and me hearing myself for the first time.”:
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