‘Rat Film,’ ‘World Without End (No Reported Incidents)’ and More Non-Fiction Offerings Headline Annual Art of the Real Showcase

The Film Society of Lincoln Center has today announced the fourth edition of Art of the Real, their essential showcase for boundary-pushing nonfiction film, scheduled to take place April 20 – May 2. ...

Film Acquisition Rundown: Bleecker Street Buys ‘The Man Who Invented Christmas,’ Grasshopper Gets New Jem Cohen and More

Film Acquisition Rundown: Bleecker Street Buys ‘The Man Who Invented Christmas,’ Grasshopper Gets New Jem Cohen and More Keep up with the wild and wooly world of indie film acquisitions with our weekly Rundown of everything that’s been picked up around the globe. Check out last week’s Rundown here. – Bleecker Street ...

Jem Cohen’s New Documentary, William Friedkin Follows an Exorcist, Modern ‘Roman Holiday’ Excursion & More

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[Tribeca Review] First Monday In May

Following in the vein of last year’s excellent Ballet 422, First Monday In May offers another process-heavy view into the preparation of a prestigious event. This time, it’s the 2015 Met Ball and ...

Counting Echoes with Jem Cohen

In 2012, Jem Cohen's feature film Museum Hours received critical acclaim, and earned Cohen a wider audience, partly for having ventured into narrative storytelling—while still upholding the same ...

Counting Echoes with Jem Cohen

In 2012, Jem Cohen's feature film Museum Hours received critical acclaim, and earned Cohen a wider audience, partly for having ventured into narrative storytelling—while still upholding the same ...

Daily | Interviews | Beatty, Simon, Costa

Interview has posted its 1972 conversation with Warren Beatty, who, at the time, was working on George McGovern's presidential campaign. More interviews: David Simon on The Wire, Treme and his ...

Daily | Interviews | Beatty, Simon, Costa

Interview has posted its 1972 conversation with Warren Beatty, who, at the time, was working on George McGovern's presidential campaign. More interviews: David Simon on The Wire, Treme and his ...

Looking and Listening: Jem Cohen on Counting

Hewing closely to the tradition of documentary as diaristic essay, Jem Cohen’s Counting moves from New York to Sharjah as the cinema eye ruminates on street life, destruction, displacement and ...

Looking and Listening: Jem Cohen on Counting

Hewing closely to the tradition of documentary as diaristic essay, Jem Cohen’s Counting moves from New York to Sharjah as the cinema eye ruminates on street life, destruction, displacement and ...

Counting | Review

Overheard Yet Alive: Cohen Continues Poetic Pursuit of Travel Jem Cohen invites us once again on a lackadaisical travelogue through cityscapes and unkempt streets, through museums and graveyards the ...

Watch: Lyrical 'Counting' Trailer Finds Poetry in Urban Decay and Life on the Street

Watch: Lyrical 'Counting' Trailer Finds Poetry in Urban Decay and Life on the Street Read More: Cinema Guild Acquires Jem Cohen's New Documentary 'Counting' Cinema Guild has released the trailer and official poster for Jem Cohen's "Counting." The acclaimed director may have given a ...

A Meeting In The Air: Jem Cohen’s "We Have An Anchor"

Mainstream cinema culture is reluctant to reconcile the digital video versus film stock debate. As with any story of king and pretender to the throne, it is too easy to dichotomise and thus deny the ...

Daily | Jem Cohen in London

Tonight in London, the Barbican presents We Have an Anchor, Jem Cohen's "cinematic love letter to Nova Scotia's Cape Breton. Multiple layered film projections are interspersed with texts ranging from ...

Daily | Jem Cohen in London

Tonight in London, the Barbican presents We Have an Anchor, Jem Cohen's "cinematic love letter to Nova Scotia's Cape Breton. Multiple layered film projections are interspersed with texts ranging from ...

Berlin 2015: 'Counting' review

★★★★☆ Jem Cohen is perhaps best-known to UK audiences for his tenderly observant drama Museum Hours (2012). A comparable romantic outlook on the world and similarly intimate themes of urban identity ...

Exclusive Poster for Ambitious Jem Cohen Doc 'Counting' Divides Itself

Exclusive Poster for Ambitious Jem Cohen Doc 'Counting' Divides Itself In celebration of its world premiere today at the Berlin International Film Festival, Indiewire is excited to share the exclusive debut poster for Jem Cohen's documentary, "Counting." Cohen, who last ...

'Under the Skin,' 'Boyhood' among doc-centric Cinema Eye's narrative nominees

'Under the Skin,' 'Boyhood' among doc-centric Cinema Eye's narrative nominees This year, Richard Linklater’s "Boyhood" played in the closing night slot of the True/False Film Fest, a festival dedicated to documentaries. The organizers explained the that, because of its ...

National Gallery | Review

Museum Hours: Wiseman’s Tour through London’s Famed Museum If you’ve never been to The National Gallery in London, England, one of the most preeminent museums in the world, then Frederick Wiseman’s ...

Interview: Frederick Wiseman – National Gallery

Frederick Wiseman could be called a lot of things, but amongst those would surely be the word legend. With his latest feature, National Gallery, the chronicler of institutions has again applied his ...

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