Q&A with Ryan Fleck, Anna Boden, and Ryan Reynolds

What was it about the riverboat casinos in Iowa that compelled you to write this story?
It was really interesting to see the anti-glamorous version of a casino. There was a story in there somewhere that we hadn’t seen on film before.

Q&A with Parker Posey and Jamie Blackley

How did missing certain parts of the script before shooting influence you?
Parker Posey: I came on set thinking the film was one way — kind of light fare — and I sort of had water thrown on me by Woody: He immediately told me that she’s a suffering, lonely woman; she’s very unhappy.

Q&A with Lorene Scafaria

This film is very inclusive and focused on women. Were you aiming to make a film about female empowerment? What was your concept about the story, initially?
I like the idea of making something that people can take away from it whatever they want.

Q&A with Laurie David

How did you get involved with this film?
This project actually just came to me—Katie [Couric] got in touch with me out of the blue with an email that simply said, “would you be interested in doing an Inconvenient Truth on food?”

Q&A with Gia Coppola and Nat Wolff

The film is based on a book of short stories by James Franco. Can you tell us about how the project developed?
Coppola: James and I met up randomly – I had seen him at a deli and then later that night I ran into him again.

Old Moon – Directed by Raisa Bonnet

The rolling hills of a little village in Puerto Rico where Elsa lives are covered in tropical forest. Elsa observes with concern the relationship between her son-in-law and her granddaughter. Nonetheless, she continues to go about preparing food, hanging out the washing, feeding the chickens and tending the garden.

National Board of Review

National Board of Review to Announce 2017 Award Winners on November 28th

THE NATIONAL BOARD OF REVIEW WILL ANNOUNCE RECIPIENTS OF 2017 YEAR-END HONORS ON TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 2017 ANNUAL AWARDS GALA SET FOR THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 2018 WITH WILLIE GEIST TO RETURN AS HOST New York, NY (March 15, 2017) – The National Board of Review announced today that the organization will name the recipients of its year-end […]


The Organization’s Annual Gala will be held on Wednesday, January 4, 2017 with NBC’s Willie Geist set to return as host   New York, NY – (November 29, 2016) – The National Board of Review has named […]

Esta Niña Linda – Directed by Christian J. Fernandez

Desperate to escape their native Cuba in a time of turmoil, Marciel and his young sister, Perla, journey in the cover of nightfall, boarding a makeshift raft. Cobbled together by twisted metal and foam and propelled by an old Soviet car engine, their vessel is the only thing that stands between them and the open sea. Esta Niña Linda is a short film about survival, and the story of a brother and sister’s relationship as they trek 90 miles in search of the U.S.