Marielle Heller’s directorial debut is a rare film that fully embraces the complexities of its protagonist’s sexual awakening, evoking the spirit of the work of Catherine Breillat.
Andrew Bujalski shifts gears from his bizarro breakout hit COMPUTER CHESS and turns in RESULTS, a clever, gentle satire wrapped up in the guise of a romantic comedy.
FASSBINDER – TO LOVE WITHOUT DEMANDS offers a compelling personal reflection on writer-director Christian Braad Thomsen’s friendship with the legendary enfant terrible of New German Cinema, Rainer Werner Fassbinder.
From the Berlinale, B-MOVIE: LUST AND SOUND IN WEST BERLIN 1979-1989 is an engaging documentary of a musical subculture that plays as a collision of the individual and the socio-political.
In this final dispatch from the 52nd New York Film Festival, one of the year’s gems returns home, a Soderbergh-produced documentary that plays like a high-stakes thriller, and two of this year’s sure-to-be awards-season heavy hitters.
In our third dispatch from New York Film Festival, we look at two of the most anticipated features this year from two acclaimed auteurs alongside a smug and manipulative documentary.
In this second dispatch from the 2014 New York Film Festival, a look at three biopics of very different temperaments, new documentaries from two of the genre’s masters, and a film from Africa that humanizes the headlines.
Our first report from the 2014 NYFF looks at the latest from Cronenberg, Fincher, Alonso and dotes on Pedro Costa’s superb HORSE MONEY.