Today's NYFF report is a doubleheader from our Nick Pinkerton: a pair of long looks at the old and the new.
The Tiger of Eschnapur
Directed by Fritz Lang
Screened Tuesday, October 2nd
Still functioning today in the 17th arondissement, Paris' Cinéma MacMahon -- the subject of a seven-film sideba ... More >>
2012 MATA Festival
Friday, April 20
Better than: Figuring out how to play the Koyaanisqatsi German Blu-ray on an American TV.
Between Charles de Gaulle interpreted by a coloratura soprano, a Deliverance-style duel pitting a player piano against a live pianist, and a 13-piece chamber suite ... More >>
The New York Times City Room blog has a feature this Sunday on the woman who makes the subway announcements, revealing that she lives in Maine, where not even the Q train goes. Carolyn Hopkins, the public address announcer for 15 years, "works from a windowless room in her house" up north and ... More >>
Airport delays have become a way of life -- in fact, a new airline has made a massive delay part of its launch -- so you may be interested in The Guide to Sleeping in Airports and its just-announced best and worst airports for sleeping. As New York naturally figures in all superlatives, you will not ... More >>