New York Film Festival: Manchester by the Sea

  Few directors are able to make a film that successfully blurs the line between tragedy and comedy, while also maintaining a tone that is unquestionably dramatic. It helps that the film is set during an overcast snowy New England winter; that its set in a working class environment; and has an score that features […]

New York Film Festival: Manchester by the Sea

Manchester by the Sea is the one to see at this year’s New York Film Festival. Writer, director Kenneth Lonergan’s film is deeply moving, honest, and surprisingly funny. Casey Affleck’s truthful performance is detailed, restrained, and refreshingly organic. He is surely this year’s Oscar front runner. .  

#Tribeca2016 Movie-Still Monday: Curmudgeons

Danny DeVito stars and directs Curmudgeons, which is part of the New York Now Short Film Series at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival.  Eighty years-old and in assisted living, Ralph Pajovic (DeVito)  is involved in a relationship that makes his family anxious. On a crisp, Winter day, his unlucky-in-love granddaughter comes for what seems like an ordinary visit. […]

#Tribeca2016 Daily Movie Still: Family Fang

In honor of the 15th Annual Tribeca Film Festival, MoviefiedNYC brings you a daily movie still from a one of the films premiering today (4/14)—a movie we think you shouldn’t miss. Click on the title of the film for more information and screening dates and times. Nicole Kidman and Jason Bateman are Annie and Baxter Fang, the offspring and […]

Tribeca Film Festival Turns 15: MoviefiedNYC Recommends #Tribeca2016

It’s April in New York City and that means it’s time for independent film makers to flood lower Manhattan for this year’s Tribeca Film Festival. This year Tribeca celebrates it’s 15th Year with more local and international films and shorts, exciting street fairs,  and also virtual reality as they will explore storytelling with a unique immersive experiences with Storyscapes […]

#Tribeca2016 Daily Movie Still: Fear, Inc.

In honor of the 15th Annual Tribeca Film Festival, MoviefiedNYC brings you a daily movie still from a one of the films premiering today (4/15)—a movie we think you shouldn’t miss. Click on the title of the film for more information and screening dates and times. For a guy like Joe Foster—a carefree, PBR drinking, perpetual adolescent, who gets […]

#Tribeca2016 Daily Movie Still: Contemporary Color

In honor of the 15th Annual Tribeca Film Festival, MoviefiedNYC brings you a daily movie still from a one of the films premiering today (4/14)—a movie we think you shouldn’t miss. Click on the title of the film for more information and screening dates and times. In the summer of 2015, legendary musician David Byrne staged an event […]

Sabor! at the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival

Last year the Tribeca Film Festival’s 14th edition welcomed over 138,000 movie-goers over 12 days of screenings and panels with a total attendance of over 467,000. The festival, now in its 15th year is bringing together visionaries across industries and diverse audiences to celebrate the power of storytelling. 130 film directors, screening 101 films, 72 […]

2016 Hail, Caesar! The Berlin Film Festival is on.

The 66th annual Berlin Film Festival kicked off on February 11th with the most recent Coen brothers film HAIL, CAESAR!, a cinematic valentine to a bygone Hollywood of the 1950s. Returning staples–George Clooney and Josh Brolin–along with other A-list talent–Channing Tatum, Scarlett Johansson, Tilda Swinton, and Ralph Fiennes–are comically interwoven in a tale of kidnapping, […]

5 New York Film Festival Movies to Catch when they Hit Theaters

The New York Film Festival may have ended a couple weeks ago but the movies that premiered at the festival continue to roll into theaters including Robert Zemeckis’s The Walk, starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt; Steven Spielberg’s The Bridge of Spies, featuring Tom Hankes; and Steve Jobs directed by Danny Boyle. In the weeks and months ahead […]