In his first-ever appearance at the New York Film Festival, legendary director David Cronenberg joined star Michael Fassbender and writer Christopher Hampton for a discussion of A Dangerous Method.
At the 49th New York Film Festival, first-time director Sean Durkin and first-time actress Elizabeth Olsen discussed making the gorgeous and disturbing Martha Marcy May Marlene.
During the 49th New York Film Festival, star Michael Fassbender and director Steve McQueen spoke about their new drama Shame, an examination of a man grappling with sexual addiction.
Michelle Williams is unconvincing as a 23-year-old Marilyn Monroe in My Week with Marilyn, director Simon Curtis’ soulless snapshot of the screen icon’s first job in Hollywood.
With Martha Marcy May Marlene, first-time director Sean Durkin leads audiences on an engrossing, disturbing and dream-like journey into the world inside, and beyond, a cult.
Renowned director Martin Scorsese presented a work-in-progress screening of his first 3D feature Hugo Monday night at the 49th New York Film Festival.
Despite boasting a cast that includes Michael Fassbender, Viggo Mortensen and Keira Knightley, director David Cronenberg’s examination of the complicated friendship between Carl Jung and Sigmund Freud lacks the emotion to make the story resonate with audiences.
X-Men: First Class star Michael Fassbender delivers a devastating performance as a man controlled by his urges in Shame, director Steve McQueen’s fascinating examination of sexual depravity and sibling relations.