Will Noah reviews Abbas Kiarostami’s latest film, set in Japan.
Will Noah reviews the latest film from two of Italian cinema’s elder statesmen.
Joseph Pomp highlights three of the Main Slate films screening during the first week of the 50th New York Film Festival.
If you’ve decided to snub NYFF – because the tickets not only are more expensive than the Criterion Blu-Ray of Godard’s Breathless – do not despair! Paul Chouchana recommends some rep films playing in NYC this weekend!
Nick Lieberman reviews Raoul Walsh’s Pursued, which screens Monday, October 1st at NYFF as part of the “Men of Cinema: Pierre Rissient and the Cinema Mac Mahon” sidebar.
Looking for something to watch online? Noel Gutierrez-Morfin recommends Bong Joon-Ho’s The Host.
Ella Coon responds to two haunting Expressionist images.
Interested in writing for this blog? Come to Lerner tonight, where we’ll be having our inaugural blog meeting outside Lerner 555 (on the 5th floor ramp) at 9:00 pm.
David Beal reviews Leos Carax’s polarizing new film. Check out Will Noah and Theo Zenou’s takes on the film as well.
Will Noah and Theo Zenou offer opposing takes on one of Double Exposure’s most anticipated films of NYFF, Holy Motors.
Looking for something to watch this weekend? Already seen The Master 3 times? Will Noah takes a look at what’s playing at some of NYC’s finest rep houses this weekend.