Leaving behind a significant body of work, FAD takes a moment to remember legendary photographer René Burri
Stephen Hawking biopic, “The Theory of Everything” made it’s U.S. premiere at The Museum of Modern Art in New York City Monday night. The film, starring Eddie Redmayne as Stephen Hawking & Felicity Jones as Hawking’s wife Jane, was said to leave its audience in tears as film industry darlings gathered to watch the films debut.
With only weeks left to go before the announcement of the 87th Academy Award nominations for Best Actress, New York City’s Museum of Moving Image has decided to salute Julianne Moore in her multifarious career & achievement in cinema.
Recently off his Tony Award winning performance in Broadway’s Hedwig & the Angry Inch, Neil Patrick Harris sheds the stilettos & glitter for his next gig: as your 2015 Oscars Host!
Fresh off the release of her memoir Not That Kind of Girl, “Girls” creator and star Lena Dunham is leaving modern-day Brooklyn for medieval England.
Autumn kicked off this weekend with The 52nd New York Film Festival! Running from Sept 26 – Oct 12, this year’s NYFF features 31 films in it’s Main Slate series, boasts 2 World Premieres, & presents a retrospective on Hollywood auteur Joseph L. Mankiewicz. Don’t know where to start? Here are FAD New York’s Top 5 picks for this year’s NYFF
20,000 Days On Earth takes us deep into the heart of how myth, memory, love and loss, shape our lives, every single day.
FAD’S Dorothy Pranolo ventures from the NYC to Stockholm to meet with the collective ‘Volkhemmet’ to chat further about their creative ideology and their innovative platform for collective housing. Read more, to scope the scoop.
“Where are we going?” “Fucking nowhere.” The characters in Palo Alto float throughout time and space with a disassociation that is strangely relatable. The film has a way with its audience, honing in on those “in between” moments of adolescence that often define teenage angst – the confusion, the lack of purpose. Click more to read more…
New York film critic, Dorothy Pranolo reveals the top five independent and foreign films to look out for in the next coming weeks. From real talk of our nation’s obesity delivered by Katie Couric, mischievous night moves made by Jesse Eisenberg and Dakota Fanning to Cedric Klapisch’s Chinese puzzles in NYC- read more to stay up to date with the flicks you DO NOT want to miss!