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The 60th edition of New York Film Festival runs from September 30 to October 16. It opened with Noah Baumbach's adaptation of Don DeLillo's White Noise, starring Adam Driver and Greta Gerwig.

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Master Gardener
Master Gardener
A meticulous horticulturist who is devoted to tending the grounds of a beautiful estate and pandering to his employer, the wealthy dowager, is persuaded to take on her great niece as an apprentice.
The Dam
The Dam
Sudan, near the Merowe dam. Maher works in a traditional brickyard fed by the waters of the Nile. Every evening, he secretly builds a mysterious construction made of mud.
Pacifiction
Pacifiction
On the French Polynesian island of Tahiti, the High Commissioner of the Republic and French government navigates the high end "establishment" as well as shady venues as a rumour abounds about the sighting of a submarine whose presence could herald the return of French nuclear testing.
Saint Omer
Saint Omer
A novelist who attends the trial of Laurence Coly at the Saint-Omer Criminal Court tries to use her story to write a modern-day adaptation of the ancient myth of Medea, but things don't go as expected.
All The Beauty And The Bloodshed
All The Beauty And The Bloodshed
The story of artist Nan Goldin and the downfall of the Sackler family, the pharmaceutical dynasty often blamed for the US opioid epidemic.
Women Talking
Women Talking
A group of women from a remote religious community deal with the aftermath of sexual assault perpetrated by the colony’s men.
Alcarràs
Alcarràs
The Solé family spends the summer picking peaches - but this year’s crop may well be their last as new owners plan to replace the peach trees with solar panels and the family’s livelihood is threatened.
Till
Till
The story of Mamie Till-Mobley, the Chicago woman whose son, Emmett Till, was lynched while visiting cousins in Mississippi and whose body became an indelible image of the horrors of American racism.
Tár
Tár
Set in the international world of classical music, this film centres on Lydia Tár. widely considered one of the greatest living composer/conductors and first-ever female chief conductor of a major German orchestra.
The Super 8 Years
The Super 8 Years
A trip to the Seventies via family video shot at the time.
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New York Film Festival Features

Roads that lead you to roam
Laura Citrella on the mysteries and winding pathways of Trenque Lauquen
Catalan renegade working from inside out
Albert Serra on inspiration, stimulation, Magimel and filming Pacifiction in Tahiti
From make-up.. to natural blusher
Léa Seydoux on coming over all coy with Daniel Craig and Melvil Poupaud
Portraits of modern life
Mia Hansen-Løve on Léa Seydoux, Pascal Greggory, Kafka, ghosts and One Fine Morning
The functional and the representational
Marie Kreutzer on Empress Elisabeth of Austria, the biographies of Sisi, and Corsage
Control, numbers and measurements
Marie Kreutzer on Vicky Krieps, Camille, and the look of Corsage
A film that meant everything
Jeremy Pope and Elegance Bratton discuss making The Inspection
Almost a ghost story
James Gray on his grandfather, Anthony Hopkins, Susan Sontag and Armageddon Time
Walk through fear
Nan Goldin, Laura Poitras, Harry Cullen and Megan Kapler on All The Beauty And The Bloodshed
A timeless dimension
Pietro Marcello on Gabriel Yared, Pascaline Chavanne and Scarlet
Desiring a reality
Alessandro Comodin on Pier Luigi Mecchia, Jacques Lacan’s Other, and The Adventures Of Gigi The Law
The real and unreal
Noah Baumbach on White Noise, Ann Roth, Danny Elfman and James Murphy
Celebrity culture
Vicky Krieps on Marie Kreutzer’s Corsage, Romy Schneider, and Margarethe von Trotta’s Bachmann & Frisch
Close encounters
Helena Wittmann on Denis Lavant, Marguerite Duras, Friedrich Glauser and Human Flowers Of Flesh
Beauty is scary.. looks are a currency
Director Ruben Östlund on the starting point for Triangle Of Sadness
Living history
Margaret Brown on her documentary Descendant
Flight and fight
Shaunak Sen on making his documentary about two brothers' bird hospital in Delhi

New York Film Festival News

Nan Goldin announced as NYFF poster designer
Festival directors inspired by All The Beauty And The Bloodshed
NYFF Current section announced
New talents join established names
NYFF Revivals announced
New restorations reveal classics at their best
NYFF Spotlight selections announced
Special screening for Tarkovsky’s Solaris
Elegance Bratton’s The Inspection to be NYFF closing film
"A début film for the ages" - Dennis Lim
Armageddon Time joins NYFF line-up
Special screening for James Gray's celebration of New York
All The Beauty And The Bloodshed to be NYFF Centerpiece
Film follows Nan Goldin and the downfall of the Sackler family
White Noise to open New York Film Festival
Noah Baumbach's adaptation of Don DeLillo's novel to kick off 60th edition
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