Tag Archives: new york city

Tribeca 2010: From Pipelines to Film Culture?

It belongs to our common sense perception that distribution and production technologies develop more rapidly than the content they cover and that great competence in technologies is not equivalent to the mastery of creative content. Knowing grammar and vocabulary or … Continue reading

Share
Posted in FFT Festival Coverage | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

European Films At The Tribeca Film Festival

This year’s Tribeca Film Festival, which is currently in the middle of its 12 day run in New York City, boasts a strong representation of both veteran and emerging European talents. As a whole, the Festival offers a tantalizing check … Continue reading

Share
Posted in FFT Festival Coverage | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

A Film Festival For The 21st Century

The Tribeca Film Festival, which opens tomorrow evening, is just in its 9th year (a baby by the standards of such veterans as Cannes, Venice, San Francisco and other 50 plus film events). In under a decade, the Festival has … Continue reading

Share
Posted in Breaking | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Tribeca Film Festival 2010

Robert De Niro, Jane Rosenthal and Academy Award® Winner Alex Gibney kick off 2010 TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL New York, NY – April 20, 2010 – Tribeca Film Festival co-founders Robert De Niro and Jane Rosenthal kicked off the ninth annual … Continue reading

Share
Posted in Breaking | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

New York: New Directors/New Films 2010 – from several outstanding films to some passing ones…

In its 39th edition of New Directors / New Films the Film Society of Lincoln Center and the Museum of Modern Art presented through April 4th 27 features and documentaries as well as eleven shorts from 20 countries, spanning a … Continue reading

Share
Posted in FFT Festival Coverage | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Politics (Overt And Subtle) At New Directors / New Films

For most people, a trip to the cinema is a welcome escapism from the harshness of the world and its problems. For others, films with political subjects or contexts are sought out for a population hungry to engage and feeling … Continue reading

Share
Posted in Breaking | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

New York’s Love Affair With French Cinema

New Yorkers are in love again, l’amour fou as they say, with French cinema. Not only has the film “Un Prophete” emerged as one of the big international hits of the year (a much deserved Oscar nominee that should have won … Continue reading

Share
Posted in Breaking | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Gen Art Film Festival 2010 – Final Slate

OPENING NIGHT – APRIL 7th – ZIEGFELD THEATER happythankyoumorepleaseDirected by Josh Radnor Starring: Josh Radnor, Malin Akerman, Kate Mara, Zoe Kazan, Pablo Schreiber, Tony Hale and Richard Jenkins

Share
Posted in FFT Festival Coverage | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Gen Art Film Festival In New York City – 15th Anniversary

THE GEN ART FILM FESTIVAL PRESENTED BY ACURA CELEBRATES ITS 15th ANNIVERSARY IN NEW YORK CITY 7 PREMIERES AND 7 PARTIES SLATED FOR APRIL 7 – 13, 2010 OPENING AT CLEARVIEW’S LANDMARK ZIEGFELD THEATRE New York, NY – March 9, 2010: The 15th Anniversary … Continue reading

Share
Posted in FFT Festival Coverage | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Inaugural SoHo International Film Festival Announces Winners

Best World Showcase, Best Feature Film Showcase, Best Short Film Showcase & Audience Winners New York City, NY (2/21/10) — The inaugural SoHo International Film Festival concluded in New York City on Sunday, February 21st, 2010, to a packed awards … Continue reading

Share
Posted in Breaking | Tagged , | Leave a comment