Film Forum makes that case with its 3-D Auteurs film festival, running November 11-29, and featuring 34 films by serious
Film Forum’s “Genre is a Woman” series pays homage to women-helmed horror, action and sci-fi movies.
There is also a murder mystery, of sorts: somebody is strangling small animals in the neighborhood--birds, chickens, cats
Poison Ivy (1992). Katt Shea directed this teenage version of Fatal Attraction (1987). With Drew Barrymore as the psycho
A big influence on Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (2001), A Touch of Zen is the ultimate expression of martial arts movie
A few years ago I saw the Margarethe von Trotta film starring Barbra Sukowa as Hanna Arendt; in spite of its decent reviews
Dean Stockwell is also on hand as Ben, the effeminate host of a private social club and Frank's partner in crime. Stockwell
Black Mama, White Mama (1973). Pam Grier and Margaret Markov in a distaff version of The Defiant Ones (1957). With lots of
Donna Tartt's The Goldfinch has its admirers and detractors. But what can we say about the sensibility of an author who writes a novel based on a sui generis work by a l7th century painter, Carel Fabritius, at the same time naming its central character after the brother of a famous post-Impressionist painter?
MoMA's Titus I theater looked like a gathering for New York filmmakers and artists on Monday night: Wes Anderson, Noah Baumbach, Greta Gerwig, Jim Jarmusch, Laurie Anderson, Hal Willner, Gay Talese, and others, many of whom had already seen the Apu Trilogy as Satyajit Ray's masterwork is called.