Turning an “unfilmable” book into a film is one thing; making it good is another.
“It’s All Downhill from Here”: Noah Baumbach’s Marriage Story
With his latest film, the director pays tribute to Ingmar Bergman’s epic Scenes from a Marriage, revealing the disconnect between the public face of marriage and the reality of joined private lives.
Flatness Where There Should Be Depth: Noah Baumbach’s ‘Mistress America’
Mistress America is director Noah Baumbach’s latest take on the trials and tribulations of the supposedly indecisive and perennially juvenile millennial generation.
Movies Still Matter Most at Toronto Film Festival
Most likely everyone in the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) audience at the September 8 premiere of Frances Ha, a sweet, funny, and romantic tale of female friendship from longtime filmmaker Noah Baumbach, thought of Woody Allen while watching the black-and-white comedy set in Brooklyn.