In the docuseries Pretend It’s a City, cultural commentator Fran Lebowitz leads a talking tour of the city.
Thanksgiving Movies to Watch If You Aren’t Into Celebrating Colonialism
From a Martin Scorsese concert film to a classic road trip comedy, enjoy some movies that merely use the holiday as a background detail.
How Martin Scorsese Seeks Revelation in Documentary
Film Forum’s new series Scorsese Nonfiction brings an under-discussed facet of the director’s career into focus.
In Scorsese’s Latest, Bits of Humor Laced with Poison
An epic three and a half hours, The Irishman is in no hurry to get anywhere. It luxuriates in large and small detours, indulging flashbacks within flashbacks but it’s rarely boring.
Martin Scorsese Tells a Tall Tale of Bob Dylan’s 1975 Tour
The director’s new documentary, Rolling Thunder Revue: A Bob Dylan Story, is practically a mockumentary — playing fast and loose with facts to highlight the musician’s penchant for fascinating contradictions.
A Major Museum Show Maps Martin Scorsese’s Raging World
The Museum of the Moving Image’s new exhibition on Scorsese brings together some 600 objects — many from the director’s personal collection — and countless visual and aural excerpts spanning his more than 40 years of filmmaking.
A Peek at Martin Scorsese’s Movie Poster Collection
The premise of the Museum of Modern Art’s current exhibition Scorsese Collects is twofold: to present 34 posters from the director’s personal collection and to act as a visual companion to the upcoming film program Scorsese Screens.
Martin Scorsese Celebrates a New York Literary Institution
The 50 Year Argument, Martin Scorsese’s new documentary about The New York Review of Books, uses the same opening-sequence footage as another film about life in the Big Apple: West Side Story.
The Political Weight and Forgotten Creativity of Postwar Polish Film
Scorsese has recently organized a series, Masterpieces of Polish Cinema, comprised of 21 pristine digital restorations of Polish films released between 1957 and 1987.