Synopsis: At the Kunsthistorisches Art Museum in Vienna, a museum guard and a visiting out-of-towner find refuge in life, art, and each other, in Jem Cohen’s painterly rumination on how art influences and echoes contemporary society. (TIFF)
Independent film journal Reverse Shot named their ten best films of 2013 this morning via Twitter. The list is a brainy mix of arthouse festival films for niche audiences as well as indies, such "Inside Llewyn Davis" and "Frances Ha," that broke out in 2013.
Gemma Arterton hits theaters for the second weekend in a row (following last week's "Unfinished Song"), this time as a vampire; a new documentary teaches us the real roots of punk, and Pedro Almodovar's latest opens. Here's a list of the indies opening this week, with synopses courtesy of the distri...
New York's Film Society of Lincoln Center has announced this year's Summer Talks series, which will begin on May 16th with a discussion with "Before Midnight" director Richard Linklater and stars/co-writers Julie Delpy and Ethan Hawke, and continue throughout the summer.
The Cinema Guild has acquired all U.S. distribution rights to Jem Cohen’s “Museum Hours,” which had its world premiere at the Locarno Film Festival in August. The specialty distributor plans a 2013 theatrical release.