Awards and Activism: The Golden Globes Recap

A sea of black and an armful of gold.  That seemed to be the theme in ballroom at the Beverly Hilton Hotel last night during the 75th Annual Golden Globe Awards.  For the first time since the attacks on September 11, 2001, the award show was not really about the awards given for excellence in […]

Surprised? SAG Nominations Announced

This morning Olivia Munn and Niecy Nash announced the nominations for the Screen Actors Guild Awards.  As always, there was some overlap with the Golden Globes nominations, but there were quite a few surprises and snubs.  Let’s dig in. Three Billboards Outside of Ebbing, Missouri was the most nominated film with a total of four […]

Golden Globe Nominations are here!

And thus, it begins.  Awards Season has officially started with the announcement of the nominations for the first major film awards of the year, the Golden Globes.  It has been an interesting year with several good movies coming out steadily throughout the year.  However, as December nears its end and the tidal wave of award […]

The Trip to Spain

During last spring’s Tribeca Film Festival, one of the most enjoyable movies was The Trip to Spain. It  won me over simply for the two actor’s dueling impressions of Mick Jagger, David Bowie, and of course Michael Caine. Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon’s midlife crises, mansplaining, trip—while damn hilarious—is darker than their previous films. It’s […]

Top 5 New York City Movies from the ’70s

In response to this summer’s “New York in the 70s” film festival at Film Forum, MovefiedNYC decided to repost our first list, the “Top Five NYC Movies from the ’70s.”  The choice for our first list was obvious; it had to come from our own backyard, a place and time—now perhaps mythological—of unrelenting creativity, expression, […]

1984: A Blockbuster Year

“My fellow Americans, I’m pleased to tell you today that I’ve signed legislation that will outlaw Russia forever. We begin bombing in five minutes.” Ronald Reagan brought that oops moment to the world as he tested a microphone before a radio address; later that November Regan won a landslide re-election. That was the peak of […]

Our Top 5 Latinx Films at 2017 Tribeca Film Festival

The 16th Annual Tribeca Film Festival, set for April 19-30, is taking over lower Manhattan for another year of quality filmmaking, groundbreaking new digital storytelling, and some of Hollywood’s biggest names. With a power roster that includes over 200 films playing from 28 countries, 78 of which are world premieres, six international, six North American, two U.S., […]

Oscars 2017: La La Land, I mean, Moonlight wins Best Picture!

Holy shit!  What the hell just happened?!?! In a surprise twist, Moonlight took home the Oscar for Best Picture, beating the powerhouse that was La La Land, going into the 89th Academy Awards. If that wasn’t surprise enough, the way Moonlight was revealed to be the Best Picture is the real story.  Bonnie and Clyde […]

MoviefiedNYC’s Oscar Predictions: Who will Win and SHOULD win!

This weekend the 89th Academy Awards will be held where Hollywood will bestow its highest honor to a deserving few. If you are going to an Oscar party and haven’t had time to see all of the nominated films, fear not, the MoviefiedNYC team has done all of the leg work for you. Managing Editors […]

MoviefiedNYC’s Top 10 movies of 2016

John David West’s Top 10 Films of 2016 10. Hacksaw Ridge Mel Gibson (yep Mad Mel is back) and Hacksaw Ridge proves to be a better venture than his previous outings. The film is sometimes a little schmaltzy with the typical Hollywood, man against all odds, American glory, and pious, good-versus-evil sentimentality, but in actuality […]