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Parisian Spring: This Year's Rendez-Vous With French Cinema Might Melt Our City at Last
5 months ago by Stephanie Zacharek
Apologies to T.S. Eliot, but March in New York is surely the cruelest month, often a 31-day mantle of cold or drizzle (or both) through which spring refuses to budge. Yet March does have its saving graces, among them the Film Societ...
Mavis Staples Is Just Starting
9 months ago by Katherine Turman
It was 1955 the first time a 16-year-old Mavis Staples played the Apollo Theatre with her family, led by the late Roebuck "Pops" Staples, as part of Thurman Ruth's Gospel Caravan. "I remember it very well," says Staples, now 75 and ...
NYFF: Eden Drones on Emptily About Electronica
10 months ago by Nick Schager
A series of clichés delivered with frustrating detachment, Eden finds Mia Hansen-Løve (Goodbye First Love, Father of My Children) charting one aspiring DJ’s career over the course of electronic music ‘90s a...
NYFF: Ferrara's Tender Pasolini Achieves Sublimity
10 months ago by Danny King
Earlier this year, the director Abel Ferrara premiered his Welcome to New York, a lacerating study of an appalling man for whom Ferrara has, to put it mildly, conflicting feelings. The subject: Devereaux, a lightly fictionalized Dom...