The New York Film Critics Series is coming back to New Jersey this April for its Spring Series! For 8 weeks, guests will get the chance to see some of the best films before they are released.
The Paramus NY Film Critics Series ended its Fall Series with “La La Land”! The film is written and directed by Damien Sayre Chazelle. Chazelle made his directorial debut with the musical “Guy and Madeline on a Park Bench” and in 2014 he wrote and directed his second feature film “Whiplash” which went on to receive five Academy Award nominations.
Frank & Lola was screened as part of the NY Film Critics Series. The film is described as a psychosexual noir love story.
“The Edge of Seventeen” is a must see and we had the great opportunity to see it as part of the NY Film Critics Fall Series. The film was written and directed by Kelly Fremon Craig.
Robert Schwartzman has made his directing debut with the film “Dreamland.” The film follows musician Monty Fagan (Johnny Simmons) as his life begins to unravel while trying to chase his dream. The film was screened as part of the NY Film Critics Fall Series.
All Love is Created Equal. This is such a powerful message from the film, “Loving”. The film comes from Jeff Nichols and recently premiered as part of the NY Film Critics Fall Series. From the moment the film begins, it is very clear that it will be both beautiful and powerful.
Written by: Jami Ganz
Last week, “The Uncondemned” premiered at the New York Film Critics Fall Series®.