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The 53rd edition of the New York Film Festival boasts several eagerly anticipated premières including galas The Walk, Steve Jobs and Miles Ahead, as well as several films that wowed audiences at Cannes and will be reaching US shores for the first time.

The festival will run from September 25 to October 11.

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Right Now, Wrong Then
Right Now, Wrong Then
A middle-aged art-film director and a fledgling artist meet - she knows he’s famous but doesn’t know his films, he’d like to see her paintings.
Journey To The Shore
Journey To The Shore
A devoted wife lets her husband, who drowned at sea three years ago, take her on a journey.
Arabian Nights
Arabian Nights
Stories based on the 1001 Nights but transplanted to the present day. The film is split into three parts.
Ran
Ran
A warlord splits his kingdom between his sons only to see the older two cause chaos as they battle for supremacy in this vivid Japanese reworking of King Lear.
Miles Ahead
Miles Ahead
A biopic of legendary musician Miles Davis.
Chevalier
Chevalier
Six men on a boat try to judge who is best.
The Walk
The Walk
The story of French high-wire artist Philippe Petit's attempt to cross the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center in 1974.
Mountains May Depart
Mountains May Depart
A young woman chooses between two men as China is torn between its traditional values and a capitalist future.
Bridge Of Spies
Bridge Of Spies
An American lawyer is recruited by the CIA during the Cold War to defend a Russian spy
Steve Jobs
Steve Jobs
A biopic of the computing entrepeneur.
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New York Film Festival Features

The last waltz
Thomas Bidegain on the dynamics in Les Cowboys and more.
Waltzing with the West
Thomas Bidegain on Les Cowboys.
Bewitched, bothered and bewildered
Don Cheadle and Emayatzy Corinealdi tell the stories behind Miles Ahead.
Keeping score
Grégoire Hetzel on his compositions for Mathieu Amalric and Arnaud Desplechin.
Bringing Mars down to Earth
Best Adapted Screenplay nominee Drew Goddard discusses The Martian.
Old space dog
Ridley Scott on The Martian and man's best friend.
Keeping it honest
Géza Röhrig on the Holocaust and the Oscar nominated Son Of Saul.
A uniter, not a divider
Drew Goddard on making The Martian a love letter to science.
Life on Mars
Matt Damon on playing the greatest botanist on the planet in The Martian.
Making space
Jessica Chastain on learning the rules and challenging expectations in The Martian.
Lessons for America
Michael Moore on Where To Invade Next and what other countries do better.
The people in the photographs
Géza Röhrig on Son Of Saul and the legacy of loss.
When the signs and the stories are gone
László Nemes on organisation and chaos in Son Of Saul.
Self made man
Danny Boyle on calla lilies, Eighties fashion and Steve Jobs.
The man and the ghost
Jeff Daniels on Steve Jobs and the fall of an international marketing rock star.
The apple of his eye
Aaron Sorkin on the wizardry of Steve Jobs.
Still breathing
László Nemes on Auschwitz, language, religion and Son Of Saul.
The weight of the years
Andrew Haigh on Charlotte Rampling, memory and smoking in 45 Years.
Timing is everything
Charlotte Rampling on the vertiginous experience of 45 Years.
The Price Of Salt and Carol
Christine Vachon and Elizabeth Karlsen on Todd Haynes, Cate Blanchett and women in the Fifties.
Down to her last cigarette
Todd Haynes, Phyllis Nagy and Cate Blanchett on Carol.
Memories of Ingrid
Stig Björkman and Pia Lindström on family, dogs, home movies and Ingrid Bergman.
Picturing Ingrid
Stig Björkman and Stina Gardell on Ingrid Bergman: In Her Own Words
That shocking man
Harold Takooshian on the real Stanley Milgram and Experimenter.
Before the committee
Diane Lane and Michael Stuhlbarg on Trumbo
Mountain highs
Jimmy Chin and Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi on the challenges of Mount Meru.
The copyist
Jacob Bernstein on stars, a song, Nora Ephron and Everything Is Copy.
A personal view
More from Arnaud Desplechin about My Golden Days.
At the Experimenter reception
Peter Sarsgaard, Michael Almereyda, Jim Gaffigan and more in New York.
Remembering Chantal Akerman
Tributes to the pioneering director.
Golden boy
Arnaud Desplechin on My Golden Days (Trois Souvenirs De Ma Jeunesse).
Jobs for all
At the gala screening of Danny Boyle's Steve Jobs.
Experimental thinking
Michael Almereyda on Stanley Milgram and the making of Experimenter.
All about My Mother
Nanni Moretti on the Pope, Wings Of Desire and Mia Madre.
New York Film Festival highlights encore
Four more great films to look forward to.
Encounters with De Palma
Noah Baumbach and Jake Paltrow on their new documentary.
New York Film Festival Early Bird Highlights
A sneak peek at The Forbidden Room, Experimenter, The Assassin and Mia Madre.
The real world of Vincent Lindon
Cannes best actor on career and causes.
Blanchett reveals naked truth
Cate and Carol co-star Rooney Mara on why nudity holds no fears.

New York Film Festival News

Chantal Akerman special events announced
New York Film Festival to hold free screenings today.
A tribute to Albert Maysles
Film Society of Lincoln Center hosts special event.
Stars come out for the New York Film Festival
Nanni Moretti, John Turturro and Rachel Weisz are among those on the red carpet.
David Geffen Hall unveiled
New York's Lincoln Center pays tribute to producer.
The Martian to screen at New York Film Festival
Sneak preview of Ridley Scott film announced.
Free films at the New York Film Festival
Open doors for opening day.
New York Film Festival to celebrate English star
An Evening with Kate Winslet planned.
New York Film Festival special events announced
Film Comment Presents to screen Son Of Saul.
New York Film Festival titles announced
Steven Spielberg's Bridge Of Spies joins main slate.
53rd New York Film Festival poster revealed
Design by Heart Of A Dog director Laurie Anderson.
Cate Blanchett to be honoured by MoMA
New York institution celebrates international star.
MoMA announces Zemeckis retrospective
What Lies Beneath: The Films of Robert Zemeckis to screen this autumn.
Habemus Papam
Pope Francis and the New York Film Festival
Anchoring the New York Film Festival
Michael Fassbender, Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Don Cheadle star in headline films.
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