New York Film Festival
By the New York Film Festival's final weekend, it felt like a French takeover: Isabelle Huppert was everywhere. Starring
Ang Lee's pioneering film is visually distracting and thematically flat.
CERTAIN WOMEN This year's New York Film Festival at Lincoln Center has proved a remarkable showcase for women in film. The
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Less damaged by his parents' divorce, Todd said as a producer he had to fight to leave in the footage of his sister's song
Annette Bening, Greta Gerwig and Elle Fanning shine in Mike Mills' film.
"Personal Shopper," "Elle" and "Neruda" are among the standouts.
Still, opening the fest with The 13th is somehow appropriate to this year of momentous political decisions and a populace
This is an important film, noteworthy for what is in it: Obama, the first ever president to visit a prison. And for what
"20th Century Women" and "The Lost City of Z" will premiere.
Ava DuVernay’s film “The 13th” is set to open the New York Film Festival.