Shirley: Film Inspired by Edward Hopper

From the canvas to the screen, Director Gustav Deutsch interprets the iconic paintings of Edward Hopper in the film Shirley: Visions of Reality. Deutschs architectural background allowed for accurate use of lighting,


Julieta a Film by Pedro Almodovar

Spanish Director Pedro Almodovars new film ‘Julieta’ premiered at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival. His work has always been greatly acclaimed by critics dealing with themes of love, tragedy, guilt, and dark…


High Rise’s Brutalist Architecture

Ben Wheatley’s new film, based on the science fiction novel by JG Ballard. Set in London 1975, Tom Hiddleston (Crimson Peak, Only Lovers Left Alive) plays a young doctor seduced by the…


No Land’s Song – A Battle for Freedom of Speech

After the 1979 Islamic Revolution in Iran, women are banned to sing publicly as soloists, at least in front of men. No Land’s Song is a documentary that presents the quest to…


Julianne Moore in “Screen Tests” by Vs. Magazine

Bombshell Julianne Moore stars in Vs. Magazines’ “Screen Tests” directed by and starring Paul Banks and filmed by Chris Bisagni. Accompanying the short is an editorial styled by fashion editor Vibe Dabelsteen…


The Next Black: a film about the future of clothing

‘The Next Black’ is a documentary film that explores the future of clothing. Watch as we meet with some of the most innovative companies on the planet to get their opinion on…


Watch Gia Coppola’s Feature, Palo Alto

Written by Anna Canlas High school gets a wistful filter in Palo Alto, the dreamy directorial debut of filmmaker Gia Coppola. Based on the book of the same name by actor James…


Andre 3000 as Jimi Hendrix

For some time now it’s been known that Andre Benjamin aka Andre 3000 would play the role of Jimi Hendrix in the upcoming biopic about Hendrix entitled  Jimi: All Is By My Side.  …


Wes Anderson’s Films in a Graphic Nutshell

Here is a little treat for all our Wes Anderson fans. Design problem-solver Ben Biondo created this super visual series recapping Wes Anderson’s films with a short synopsis of the film and…

blue is the warmest color

Trailer Tuesday: Blue is the Warmest Color

Blue is the Warmest Color, directed by Abdellatif Kechiche, is a sensual French coming-of-age drama following the story of a 15-year old girl who meets and falls in love with a blue-haired,…


Museum of Modern Art Film Benefit 2013

The Museum of Modern Art’s 6th annual Film Benefit honors the Academy Award-winning actress Tilda Swinton. Invite only 7:30 pm – 11:00 pm 11 West 53 Street Manhattan, New York 10019 212-708-9400

MUD – exclusive video clip

Trailer Tuesday: Mud

A coming of age story, brilliantly told, Mud is a must see movie.


Trailer Tuesday: Keep The Lights On

This week’s trailer, Keep The Lights On, previews a moving and honest portrayal of the love between two men in New York as their relationship evolves, matures and is challenged by drug addiction.


Tuesday Trailer: Rust And Bone

A few weeks back, we featured “A Prophet”, and at recommendation of one our readers, today we feature another masterpiece from director Jacques Audiard, 2012’s “Rust and Bone.”


Trailer Tuesday: The Company You Keep

In The Company You Keep A former Weather Underground activist from the radical anti Vietnam group goes on the run from a journalist who has discovered his identity.


Tome A/W ’13 Film

Nick Sweeney gets behind the lens to film Tome’s A/W ’13 fashion film, set to Franz Schubert’s Piano Trio No. 2 in E-Flat, 2nd movement.


Trailer Tuesday: Starlet

Dree Hemingway stars in this week’s featured film, 2012’s “Starlet”, as 21 year old Jane, who, after discovering $10,000 hidden in an old relic, befriends the old woman who sold said object…


Trailer Tuesday: Amadeus

See the life and times of Austria’s greatest artist unfold in Milos Froman’s 1984 classic film adapted from stage, Amadeus.


Trailer Tuesday: Frances Ha

A critically acclaimed film by Noah Baumbach, released last month, is an honest portrayal of the struggles with life in your late twenties – yet it still succeeds in ticking all the feel-good boxes.

Summerscreen The Never Ending Story

Summerscreen at McCarren Park: The Never Ending Story

This wednesday at the McCarren Park you will watch The Never Ending Story and before that MARKET HOTEL presents: Aa (aka Big A Little A) and Amen Dunes. Don’t forget your blanket and your…


Trailer Tuesday: Her

Love in the digital age gets a whole new meaning with Spike Jonze’s highly anticipated film.


Summerscreen in McCarren Park: Speed

    This wednesday McCarren’s Summerscreen is showing Speed. The musical programmation is: Dope Body, Hubble (member of The Men, Zs and Pygmy Shrews), GDFX (member of Liturgy, Man Forever and Guardian Alien)…