Now in its 39th year, the New Directors/New Films collaboration between The Film Society of Lincoln Center and The Museum of Modern Art in New York will screen 38 films from emerging filmmakers, at both venues.

This year's festival opens on March 24 with documentary Bill Cunningham New York and closes on April 4 with Canadian semi-autobiographical drama I Killed My Mother.

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Bill Cunningham New York
Bill Cunningham New York
A documentary focusing on New York Times photographer Bill Cunningham, who has spent most of his 90 years capturing Manhattan on camera.
Amer
Amer
A surreal look at three stages of a woman's life, drawing heavily on the giallo tradition.
How I Ended This Summer
How I Ended This Summer
A youngster on a remote Arctic research station engages in a series of deadly deceptions.
Down Terrace
Down Terrace
Killers consider retribution round the kitchen sink.
Rob And Valentyna In Scotland
Rob And Valentyna In Scotland
Two cousins have an odd-couple adventure.
Quadrangle
Quadrangle
Two couples recount their complex sexual and romantic involvement.
Frontier Blues
Frontier Blues
Four Iranian men and a donkey struggle with life's complexities.
The Oath
The Oath
The story of two men whose fateful encounter in 1996 set them on a course of events that led them to Afghanistan, Osama bin Laden, 9/11, Guantanamo, and the US Supreme Court.
The Man Next Door
The Man Next Door
An architectural battle of wits.
I Am Love
I Am Love
Left on the sidelines, a bored woman embarks on a journey of self discovery.
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