At Lincoln Center, it's film as urgent jeremiad.
There's a starman waiting at Lincoln Center
I was uptown last night when Barbra Streisand arrived to be honored with her Film Society of Lincoln Center's "Chaplin" award, and she and hubby Brolin looked like buttah. Also lovely was this New York Times piece yesterday, in which the greatest star answered readers' questions with her usual plu ... More >>
From the Franco file
There’s no escape from these K-Horror directors
Sit down for justice
Plus 'Cruel Cinema,' Rudy Wurlitzer, and other spring film picks
Expand your horizons at the New York African Film Festival
This year's NYFF manages both. Plus: Our best of the fest
(Because newer is not always better)
Two Andy Warhol films gets a high-octane soundtrack
Cure your Independence Day hangover with the Film Society
A rare screening of one very long concert
Screening the hard-bitten work from before they were the toast of Cannes
From the people that brought you flamenco and Penélope Cruz!
Photo of Armory Show goofiness by Rebecca Smeyne In the week Will Oldham said getting cum out of a 13-year-old boy was "easy as hell," we watched Michael Steele throw the final bon mot into the bonfire of his own political career. Revlon somehow had the nerve to ask if Rihanna was an "appropriate s ... More >>
Attention, bottom-feeders: This column ends with blind items.
Javier Cámara gets a well-deserved tribute
Don't cry for Argentina
Old New York, the ghosts of Raleigh, and queer debuts mark an exceptional ND/NF
On Returning with Mister Lonely
From Garrel to Packard, it's a great year for Film Comment Selects
Lincoln Center celebrates 100 years of Russian cinema
433-minute War on Film comes to Lincoln Center
Latin-American filmmakers push through the 'Three Amigos' Effect
Is YouTube bad for experimental video art?
N.Y. film fest challenges Western view of war-torn continent
Quick! Celebrate these fresh-faced directors before they get washed-up and jaded
Geopolitickin' and an East Asian invasion highlight the 43rd New York Film Festival
The whole megillah: Crossing the globe, Jewish films examine immigration and identity
Housekeepers, Bullfighters, Demonlovers