New York Film Festival announces 2022 main slate lineup
The 60th New York Film Festival runs September 30 - October 16.
Interview: ‘Meet Me in the Bathroom’ directors talk new 2000s NYC rock doc
Meet Me in the Bathroom,' the documentary adaptation of Lizzy Goodman‘s oral history of the early-'00s NYC music scene, just premiered at Sundance, and we talked to the directors about their approach to turning the sprawling book into 108 minute film.
Georgia Anne Muldrow played Blue Note Jazz Club (pics, video)
Georgia Anne Muldrow's first of four sets at Blue Note Jazz club was an amazing show that mixed spoken word, poetry, hip-hop, and jazz, at times venturing into the psychedelic.
New York Film Festival announces 2021 main slate lineup
The 2021 NYFF lineup includes Todd Haynes‘ Velvet Underground documentary, the feature directorial debut of Saul Williams, Joel Coen's solo directorial debut, ‘The Tragedy of Macbeth,‘ plus films from Pedro Almodovar, Jane Campion, Paul Verhoeven and more.
Film review: Sparks & Leos Carax’s ‘Annette’ is a brilliant, maddening musical
Audacious in every way, and too much at times, but you've never seen anything quite like 'Annette' before.
‘Tom Petty, Somewhere You Feel Free’ is a wonderful, revealing look into ‘Wildflowers’ (SXSW Review)
An Audience Winner at this year's SXSW Online Film Festival, the documentary is a story of love, loss and Tom Petty’s greatest work.
Sundance Film Fest review roundup: ‘CODA,’ ‘Sesame Street,’ ‘Flee’ & more
This year's Sundance Film Festival was online, but still offered up a terrific slate of dramatic features, comedies and documentaries...
Questlove’s Sundance-winner ‘Summer of Soul’ shines a light on a forgotten festival
Featuring footage of Stevie Wonder, Sly & The Family Stone, Nina Simone, Mavis Staples and more, ‘Summer of Soul‘ is a joyous document of an important musical event that was almost lost to time.
Edgar Wright talks going from Sparks fan to ‘The Sparks Brothers’ director in BV interview
While you're reading our interview with Edgar Wright, you can also listen to his ”Sparks for Beginners” playlist that makes a great introduction to the world of Ron and Russell Mael.
Sparks’ Ron & Russell Mael talk new documentary, Edgar Wright & more in BV interview
We talked to Ron & Russell Mael about Edgar Wright's wonderful new documentary 'The Sparks Brothers', their 50 years of making music together, and what's next.