The Museum of Modern Art and Film at Lincoln Center in New York City will host the 52nd edition of New Directors/New Films from March 29 to April 9. This year's selection features 27 features and 11 shorts.

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Remembering Every Night
Remembering Every Night
Drama involving the quiet pursuits of several women over a single afternoon.
Pamfir
Pamfir
Pamfir wants to be a decent family man but challenged by the circumstances he is forced to give up honest breadwinning to help his family.
Joyland
Joyland
As the Ranas, a happily patriarchal joint family, yearn for the birth of a baby boy to continue the family line, their youngest son secretly joins an erotic dance theater and falls for an ambitious trans starlet. Their impossible love story illuminates the entire family's desire for a sexual rebellion.
Mutt
Mutt
Over the course of a single hectic day in New York City, three people from Feña's past are thrust back into his life. Having lost touch since transitioning from female to male, he navigates the new dynamics of old relationships while tackling the day-to-day challenges of living life in between.
Tótem
Tótem
In a large house, friends and family meet for a dual ritual: it is the birthday of young father and painter Tona, but also a farewell ceremony.
Have You Seen This Woman?
Have You Seen This Woman?
Through three different life possibilities a middle-aged woman tries to get out of her skin.
Safe Place
Safe Place
24 hours in the life of a man who is trying to kill himself while his family members try to save him.
The Maiden
The Maiden
The lives of three suburban teenagers intersect.
1976
1976
A woman finds herself dicing with danger after she is asked for help.
Metronom
Metronom
A teenager finds herself grappling with love and the authorities during the rule of Ceaucescu.
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New Directors/New Films Features

Place in time
Yui Kiyohara on Yukiko Iioka, Tadashi Okuno, Like Someone In Love and Remembering Every Night
'We made magic'
Lila Avilés on the meeting between the worlds of adults and children in Tótem
'I love this idea of going backwards to revisit the past'
Manuela Martelli on her period thriller 1976
From Joyland to the Corner Office
Tribeca-bound producer on Cannes winner and the joy of storytelling
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