Steve McQueen’s enthralling ‘Lovers Rock’ opened the 2020 New York Film Fest (review)
The reggae-fueled film is part of a five-film series that will air on Amazon later this year.
New York Film Festival announces its 2020 lineup
The 58th annual New York Film Festival runs September 17 through October 11 and, due to COVID-19, will be largely outdoors and online.
New York Film Festival 2019 lineup & tickets
The 57th New York Film Festival happens September 27 – October 13 and includes new films from Pedro Almodovar, Martin Scorsese, Bong Joon-ho, Agnès Varda, Noah Baumbach and more.
Justin Vernon & Aaron Dessner brought Big Red Machine to NYC (review, pics, setlist)
The experimental, somewhat grassroots project headed by Justin Vernon (Bon Iver) and Aaron Dessner (The National) made their NYC debut. The group have still only played a few one-off shows...
Ad Rock & Mike D reminisced at Beastie Boys Book Tour kickoff (pics, review)
There were costume and set changes, laughter and touching moments at this celebration of the Beastie Boys' new memoir.
Elton John brought his lengthy farewell tour to MSG (pics, review, setlist)
First MSG show down, five more to go (and nine more NYC-area shows total to go).
Nine Inch Nails played Kings Theatre, night 3 of NYC run (review, setlist, videos)
This intense show included the tour debuts of ”Something I Can Never Have” from 'Pretty Hate Machine' and ”I Do Not Want This” from 'The Downward Spiral.'
New York Film Festival: 2018 main slate lineup & tickets
The 56th New York Film Festival which runs from September 28 to October 14 at Lincoln Center and includes films from the Coen Brothers, Alfonso Cuarón, Barry Jenkins, Tamara Jenkins, Claire Denis, Jean-Luc Godard, and lots more.
wild South Korean action flick ‘The Villainess’ coming to theaters (win tix)
This "The Raid crossed with Le Femme Nikitia” action flick opens in NYC and LA this weekend.
New York Film Festival announces 2017 lineup
This year's NYFF runs September 28 - October 15 and features films from Woody Allen, Richard Linklater, Todd Haynes, Noah Baumbach, Hong Sang-Soo, Phillipe Garrel, Agnes Varda, Agnieszka Holland, Arnaud Desplechin, Claire Denis and more.