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Now celebrating its 49th edition, New York Film Festival aims not to be a marketplace but rather a celebration of talent, bringing together the cream of the crop from other festivals around the globe.
In addition to the strands outlined below, the festival also celebrates Views From The Avant-Garde and is celebrating the centennial of the film production and distribution company Nikkatsu Corporation with a slate of 37 films under the banner Velvet Bullets And Steel Kisses. Films showing, include Cold Fish and Woman With Red Hair.
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New York Latest Reviews
A companion piece to Don't Expect Too Much, We Can't Go Home Again is an experimental vision of disillusioned American youth in the Seventies.
A middle-aged shoe-shiner helps an illegal immigrant.
Tracks the triumphant rise of Hollywood’s most prolific writer-director-producer, the godfather of independent filmmaking.
Absorbing and boldly original drama revolving around a German doctor in present-day Cameroon.
An Iranian couple's trial separation is complicated by their interactions with another troubled family.
A suspenseful cat-and-mouse search between police and an escaped convict.
A police psychologist renews old acquaintances when she is drafted in to help small town police find an escaped convict.
A young couple's passionate relationship plays out against the backdrop of a manhunt.
A thirtysomething finds his life spiral out of control after his sister moves into his apartment.
Tale of father-son rivalries within the Israeli academic establishment.
New York Film Festival Features
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Portrait of a lady and a city Fabien Constant on Sarah Jessica Parker and the team behind Blue Night
Style and grace Kate Novack and Andrew Rossi on The Gospel According To André
On the road again Kent Jones on Tribeca award winner Diane
Putting island in doc Gabrielle Brady on the challenges of shooting Island Of The Hungry Ghosts
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