Film Festivals

‘Motherless Brooklyn’ Review: Edward Norton’s Neo-noir Is Oddly Inert

Come for the nostalgia that stems from Edward Norton voiceovers, stay for the...actually, just buy the soundtrack.

East Coast Horror Fans Rejoice! Film Fest Fun Is Hitting Toronto and Brooklyn This Week

Those of you in Toronto and Brooklyn are in for some creepy, chilling, and unsettling fun.

‘Varda by Agnès’ Is a Remarkably Transparent Farewell from One of Cinema’s Greatest Directors

Varda's self-portrait takes us through her career and the full spectrum of human emotion.

Kelly Reichardt and ‘First Cow’ Cast Talk the Movie’s Tender Moments at NYFF Press Conference

The tactics that made this frontier buddy film so heartfelt will make you love the film even more.

‘Martin Eden’ Review: Poetic Mastery and an Enigmatic Performance

Luca Marinelli brings the Jack London character new life over 100 years after the novel was published.

‘A Girl Missing’ Review: More Confusing Than Mysterious

This Japanese crime drama is interesting but has a hard time finding its flow.

‘Synchronic’ Review: A Warm and Suspenseful Call for Human Connection [Fantastic Fest]

The filmmakers behind 'Spring' and 'The Endless' tell an affecting tale about the importance of the people in our lives.

‘The Personal History of David Copperfield’ Review: Aims For Whimsy But Comes Up Short

Armando Iannucci's take on Dickens is a stilted and tedious step down from 'The Death of Stalin.'