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The 59th edition of NYFF will run from September 24 to October 10 and will feature in-person screenings, as well as select outdoor and virtual events. The festival will open with The Tragedy Of Macbeth and close with Parallel Mothers.

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Jane By Charlotte
Jane By Charlotte
The director's portrait of her mother.
The Great Movement
The Great Movement
Mystical portrait of the contemporary central South American cityscape and those who work within its bowels and environs.
Marx Can Wait
Marx Can Wait
Camillo died in 1968. Almost 50 years later, Marco gathers his whole family for a lunch. With his family he wonders about Camillo, his twin, and life.
The Velvet Underground
The Velvet Underground
Cinematic collage that is as much about New York of the period as it is about the rise and fall of the seminal band.
James Baldwin: From Another Place
James Baldwin: From Another Place
James Baldwin muses on race, the American fascination with sexuality and the generosity of the Turks.
A portrait of Italy observed through the eyes of teenagers who talk about the places they live in and imagine themselves, torn between the opportunities that surround them, the dream of what they want to become, the fear of failing, the trials they hope to overcome.
Returning To Reims (Fragments)
Returning To Reims (Fragments)
An intimate and political story of the French working class from the beginning of the 1950s to today.
A Night Of Knowing Nothing
A Night Of Knowing Nothing
A poetic record of the experience of being a young Indian in a land of violence.
A group of people on a humanitarian mission arrive in a remote area of Transylvania to offer the inhabitants various goods, but when they try to help a disorientated local, things take a turn for the worse.
The Girl And The Spider
The Girl And The Spider
Tensions ebb and flow as a young woman moves apartment.
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New York Film Festival Features

Ideas create the aesthetic
Ed Lachman on Todd Haynes, Christine Vachon, and shooting interviews for The Velvet Underground
The past into the future
Alexandre Koberidze on the score, storyboards and the framing in What Do We See When We Look At The Sky?
Making space for magic
Alexandre Koberidze on folktales and What Do We See When We Look At The Sky?
Orchestrated chaos
Silvan Zürcher and Ramon Zürcher on fairy tales and The Girl And The Spider
A participant observer
Ed Lachman on Songs For Drella, Lou Reed, John Cale, and The Velvet Underground
59th New York Film Festival early bird highlights
Futura, Jane By Charlotte, James Baldwin: From Another Place and The Velvet Underground
'I’m always amazed people are shocked by sex in movies'
Benedetta director Paul Verhoeven on religion, nudity, and sexuality
Team Tilda make a splash
Mother and daughter reunion for a Cannes ovation
On the threshold
Laura Dern, Joyce Chopra and Joyce Carol Oates on Smooth Talk
Dressing up
Joanna Hogg, Tilda Swinton and Honor Swinton Byrne on the costumes in The Souvenir
Reinventing herself
Mia Hansen-Løve on Bergman Island, ghosts and Maya

New York Film Festival News

New York Film Festival FreeTalks announced
Jane Campion and Apichatpong Weerasethakul among speakers
NYFF 2021 poster revealed
Designer Kara Walker explains her idea
NYFF reveals Spotlight selections
New Maggie Gyllenhaal and Mamoru Hosoda films in line-up
NYFF Revivals announced
Ratcatcher and Bluebeard’s Castle among highlights
NYFF Main Slate announced
Selections "a reminder of cinema’s world-making possibilities."
Parallel Mothers to close NYFF
Festival continues to celebrate Pedro Almodóvar
The Power Of The Dog to be NYFF Centerpiece
Jane Campion looks forward to "emotional and joyous experience."
The Tragedy Of Macbeth to open NYFF
Joel Coen film stars Denzel Washington and Frances McDormand
Japanese animation added to Cannes mix
Belle is the culmination of a dream for director Mamoru Hosoda

59th New York Film Festival early bird highlights Futura, Jane By Charlotte, James Baldwin: From Another Place and The Velvet Underground

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