The complaint, filed against President Donald Trump, Senate Majority leader Mitch McConnell, and Chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee Charles Grassley, among others, raises grave concerns with the executive branch’s interference with the Senate’s process of vetting and reviewing nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
56th New York Film Festival Poster … Designed by Cinematographer Ed Lachman and Visual Artist Jr
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CJR: “The powerhouse dual byline once again paired Farrow, working on one of the most impactful reporting years in memory, with Mayer, one of the most accomplished investigative journalists working today.”
Says SPJ President Rebecca Baker: “We owe it to the next generation to help young people gain the tools they need not only to pursue journalism as a profession, but also to gain the knowledge of the importance of fair, accurate news gathering and how journalism upholds the First Amendment.”
Featuring films from nine countries as well as from burgeoning talent here in New York, the shorts section presents 21 films in four different programs. NYFF Talks will bring wide-ranging conversations with directors featured in NYFF56 to the public.
“A lot of people have been demanding answers and a response to the recent events surrounding Asia Argento’s sexual assault case,” says Rose Mcgowan in a statement. “Many people believe that because we have been close in each other’s lives over the past year that perhaps I am affiliated with this incident or being complicit. I am not.”
Special Events will feature Orson Welles’s long-awaited The Other Side of the Wind, finally completed by his collaborators this year, which follows the last night in the life of a legendary Hollywood filmmaker as he completes his final film. That will screen alongside Morgan Neville’s in-depth documentary They’ll Love Me When I’m Dead, which uncovers the fascinating story behind Welles’s last completed film, 50 years in the making.
This year’s series of dispatches from the front lines of nonfiction cinema features intimate portraits of artists, depictions of the quest for political and social justice, and much more.