Anne-Katrin Titze

Anne-Katrin Titze lives in New York City, where she is a film journalist and lecturer on fiction, fashion and fairy tales. She curates and moderates talks with filmmakers and panel discussions at Universities and cultural venues.

Recent features include conversations with Luca Guadagnino on the Oscar-nominated Call Me By Your Name; Isabelle Huppert on Serge Bozon; Rebecca Miller on Arthur Miller: Writer; Mathieu Amalric on Arnaud Desplechin; Don Rosenfeld on working with Emma Thompson and Cate Blanchett; Lior Ashkenazi on 2018; Bruno Dumont on comedy; Gay Talese on Voyeur; Denis Lavant on counting cats; Hampton Fancher on writing Blade Runner; Caroline Champetier on her career; Ben Mendelsohn on working with Rooney Mara; Roberto Andò on The Confessions; Chloé Zhao on The Rider; Bertrand Tavernier's odyssey; Andrew Bolton on In-between spaces; Jean-Pierre Léaud on stopping for Death; Claude Lelouch on dreams, and Alexandra Dean on Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story.

Her show on Public Radio International about Disney and the Brothers Grimm won the Gracie Award for Outstanding Talk Show.

She is on Indiewire's Criticwire, a contributor to Women And Hollywood and a festival jury member, and she presents films at the French Institute Alliance Française CinéSalon. Anne-Katrin Titze spoke on Wes Anderson's Fantastic Mr. Fox, Benoît Jacquot's Farewell, My Queen, as well as Jean Renoir's The Rules Of The Game and Stanley Donen's Funny Face in the Haute Couture program.

Her fashion articles range from Katharine Hepburn's style to Prada's Gatsby gowns, from Carine Roitfeld's visions to Keira Knightley's Karenina veils, onto Nicole Kidman's Swamp Barbie look and Leonardo DiCaprio's Prince Who Feared Nothing in Django Unchained. Read her conversations with the Artistic Directors Kent Jones of the New York Film Festival and Frédéric Boyer of the Tribeca Film Festival.

Anne-Katrin is a New York State Department of Environmental Conservation licensed Wildlife Rehabilitator and when she doesn't chase leopards, she rescues urban park wildlife and speaks out for the protection of their habitat. See Working Towards Change for more details.

We have 260 reviews by Anne-Katrin Titze in the database: read them here

Latest Film Reviews

From Iowa to Studio 54, this investigation into the rags-to-riches story of America's first superstar designer uncovers the cautionary tale of an artist who sold his name to Wall Street.
The Souvenir
A quiet film student begins finding her voice as an artist while navigating a turbulent courtship with a charismatic but untrustworthy man.
Raising Colors
Drama about a young woman who decides to join the French Navy.
A young wannabe milliner in Budapest meets a man connected to her past and begins to uncover family secrets.
A man assumes a new responsibility for his niece as a potential guardian.
Documentary about a remote Siberian town and a feud between two families who live there.
To Dust
Trying to come to terms with the death of his wife, a Hasidic cantor seeks answers on how her body will decay.
Can You Ever Forgive Me?
The true story of Lee Israel who became a literary forger.
Mary Poppins Returns
In Depression-era London, a now-grown Jane and Michael Banks, along with Michael's three children, are visited by the enigmatic Mary Poppins at a difficult time.
A child rebels against the life imposed upon him.


Timothy Greenfield-Sanders in conversation on Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am, Lou Reed and Toni Morrison condensing language, filming direct-to-camera, and what's in a gaze
17 Jun 2019
Timothy Greenfield-Sanders on Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am, Lou Reed and what's in a gaze
Laughing (Ride) director Valerio Mastandrea and Chiara Martegiani in conversation on crying on cue
10 Jun 2019
Laughing director Valerio Mastandrea and Chiara Martegiani on crying on cue
Antonin Baudry in conversation on Claude Lanzmann, Wolfgang Petersen's Das Boot, making mistakes, ambiguous sounds, and The Wolf's Call (Le Chant Du Loup)
09 Jun 2019
Antonin Baudry on Claude Lanzmann, Das Boot and The Wolf's Call
Claude Lelouch in conversation on working with Anouk Aimée and Jean-Louis Trintignant, influencing Terrence Malick, not knowing the end, and his last film
07 Jun 2019
Claude Lelouch on working with Anouk Aimée and Jean-Louis Trintignant and not knowing the end
Frédéric Tcheng ‪in conversation on‬ his director's cut, Charles James, Truman Capote's Black and White Ball, and the business of Halston
04 Jun 2019
Frédéric Tcheng on his director's cut of Halston, Charles James, and Truman Capote's Black and White Ball

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Gothams gallery
29 Nov 2012
National Board of Review Awards Gala
15 Jan 2013
Opening Night for New York's Rendez-Vous with French Cinema
05 Mar 2013
Mademoiselle C red carpet photo gallery
09 Sep 2013
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