Red Carpet

Avi Issacharoff and Lior Raz sat with The Hollywood Reporter senior film writer Tatiana Siegel on Wednesday to discuss their hit — but divisive — Israeli wartime thriller at the latest TV Talks panel at New York’s 92nd Street Y. Going into the second-season release of Fauda on Netflix last week, the foreign-language Israeli-Palestinian conflict
0 Comments
The teenage activists, sporting shirts with a “no guns” logo and bearing the message “Piece Out,” accompanied the winning filmmakers behind a documentary about the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School tragedy. The Peabody Awards ended up being tragically timely, with organization’s annual celebration of winners falling a day after a high-school shooting in Santa Fe,
0 Comments
Sean Baker and Yance Ford, the first transgender director nominated for an Oscar, were recognized for their excellence in independent filmmaking. At St. Bart’s Church on Thursday night, Rooftop Films transformed the holy space into a place to celebrate its own religion: independent film. Over the altar, a projection of the Rooftop Films logo flickered.
0 Comments
Elsewhere at the independent film celebration earlier this week, ‘Call Me by Your Name’ star Timothee Chalamet and director Luca Guadagnino tease the prospect of a sequel (or sequels) to the acclaimed coming-of-age romance, which won best feature. Get Out and Call Me by Your Name were the big winners at Monday night’s Gotham independent
0 Comments