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52nd New York Film Festival Full Slate Announcement

By Maria Esteves – August 14, 2014 The 52nd New York Film Festival (NYFF52) presented by the Film Society of Lincoln Center will be held at Lincoln Center September 26 - October 12, 2014. This year’s festival will showcase 30 feature films from established and emerging international filmmakers. NYFF52 Opening, Centerpiece and Closing Night Premieres are GONE GIRL, directed by David Fincher at Alice Tully Hall, Friday, September 26 (in theaters October 3, 2014); INHERENT VICE, direct...

Megan Ellison: When Tech Money Came to Hollywood & Won

  by Quendrith Johnson, Los Angeles Correspondent   Producer Megan Ellison turns 28 on Jan. 31. So far, her run has been exceptional in Hollywood. Before you begrudge her as second generation technology money since her father is Billionaire Oracle founder Larry Ellison, it is important to remember all the brash brass that has come to Hollywood before and made a mess.  The first of which is second generation moneyman Howard Hughes. His life is depicted for better or worse in...

A Moment with Kim Ki-duk in LA for PIETA

 by Quendrith Johnson, Los Angeles Correspondent While Kim Ki-duk has been building an international presence for years with films that are often crushing in their ability to communicate the human condition, PIETA, his 18th film may very well mark his breakout in the American market.    For PIETA, which screened at AFI's Film Fest on Nov. 2, Kim surfs the zeitgeist of global unrest in a tumultuous economic climate with an exploration of an unusual 'mother-son' dyn...

The Master, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Paul Thomas Anderson, Joaquin Phoenix. Venice Film Festival. Sketch by Nesta.

The Master, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Paul Thomas Anderson, Joaquin Phoenix. Narration, a crisis in Faith? Set in Peter Markli's room at the Biennale Arsenale, Josephson and Giacometti statues and the Classical Column in the 1950's. Sketch by Nesta 1/09/12 Venice.