By Nicolas Rapold on Jan 17, 2012
An interview with the man who gave French New Wave hits such as Breathless, Shoot the Piano Player, Jules and Jim, Contempt, Alphaville, Pierrot le Fou, and 2 or 3 Things I Know About Her their distinctive look.
By Margaret Barton-Fumo on Jan 9, 2012
An interview with cartoonist, filmmaker, novelist, and co-progenitor of pscyhomagic Alejandro Jodorowsky.
By Laura Kern on Jan 5, 2012
Despite a harrowing economic situation, Thessaloniki's documentaries still shine
By Nicholas Kemp on Dec 16, 2011
Terrence Malick's "The Tree of Life" tops the magazine's survey of over 120 film critics and editors, which also includes many New York Film Festival alums and Film Society new releases like our debut theatrical engagement of Edward Yang's "A Brighter Summer Day."
By Jeffrey Bloomer on Dec 16, 2011
The magazine and its pool of critics provides a wish list for the upcoming year in film distribution with its collection of the 50 best films not released in 2011, topped by New York Film Festival hit "This Is Not a Film" by Iranian director Jafar Panahi.
By Eugene Hernandez on Dec 16, 2011
Picking up on a podcast series launched back in Cannes, Film Comment editor Gavin Smith and Film Society's Scott Foundas sat down for a half hour conversation about the year in cinema and the results of Film Comment's twelfth annual survey of critics and writers. The poll included more than 120 participants naming their best of 2011.
By Kent Jones on Dec 15, 2011
From our July/August issue: Terrence Malick returns to the landscape of his childhood and sees all the way to eternity in The Tree of Life.
By Amy Taubin on Oct 4, 2011
The director of tomorrow evening's New York Film Festival Gala presentation, A Dangerous Method, reveals the story behind the story of Freud, Jung, and the enigmatic Sabina Spielrein
By Gavin Smith on Sep 2, 2011
Eight out of ten features in the upcoming September-October issue of Film Comment highlight NYFF offerings. Why? Editor Gavin Smith explains.