The 61st edition of New York Film Festival will run from September 29 to October 15. It will open with Todd Haynes' May to December and feature Sofia Coppola's Priscilla as its Centrepiece gala. Our inputting is a work in progress so please check back.

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Eureka
Eureka
Three stories set in wildly different terrain reflect lives haunted by the specter of colonialist violence.
About Dry Grasses
About Dry Grasses
A young teacher hopes to be appointed to Istanbul after mandatory duty at a small village. After long time waiting he loses all hope of escaping from this gloomy life. His colleague helps him to regain his perspective.
The Delinquents
The Delinquents
Two bank staff rob their own establishment.
Perfect Days
Perfect Days
The story of an urban renewal project which involves the creation of 17 public toilets in key locations in the Japanese capital.
Ferrari
Ferrari
It's the summer of 1957 and Ferrari is in crisis, both in his business and personal life. He decides to take a gamble on a race, the Mille Miglia.
All Of Us Strangers
All Of Us Strangers
A screenwriter embarks on a relationship with a neighbour at the same time as making a journey into his troubled past.
Youth (Spring)
Youth (Spring)
Documentary about the lives of teenage workers in China.
Do Not Expect Too Much Of The End of the World
Do Not Expect Too Much Of The End of the World
Overworked and underpaid, Angela drives around the city of Bucharest to film the casting for a 'safety at work video' commissioned by a multinational company. When one of the interviewees reveals the company’s liability in his accident, a scandal erupts.
Poor Things
Poor Things
The story of a young woman who has been brought back to life.
Kidnapped
Kidnapped
In 1858, a six-year-old Jewish boy is forcibly seized from his family by the Catholic church.
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New York Film Festival Features

Bitter taste of an awards season row
Director of The Taste of Things on Binoche, Magimel and an Oscar polemic
Binoche’s recipe for a reunion
The Taste Of Things brings France’s celebrity couple together again
Now is now
Wim Wenders on Yasujirō Ozu, Anselm Kiefer, Ingeborg Bachmann and Perfect Days
Hitchcock heroine style
Catherine Breillat on Léa Drucker, Kim Novak, Tippi Hedren and Last Summer
The true richness in being
Michael Mann on Troy Kennedy Martin, Sydney Pollack and Massimo Cantini Parrini's costumes for Ferrari
Spirited away
Kleber Mendonça Filho on the films of Agnès Varda, Manoel de Oliveira and Martin Scorsese, and Pictures Of Ghosts
A distillation of reality
Alice Rohrwacher on fairy tales and La Chimera
Finding the nuances
Stacey Battat on the costumes and Tamara Deverell on the production design for Priscilla
In tune with the passage of time
Mark Bridges on the costumes for Bradley Cooper’s Maestro
A series of tonal decisions
Todd Haynes on May December
NYFF early bird highlights
The Zone Of Interest, The Boy And The Heron, The Beast and Fallen Leaves

New York Film Festival News

The Killer to screen at NYFF
Fincher film joins the Spotlight programme
61st New York Film Festival talks announced
Catherine Breillat and Todd Haynes among participants
NYFF Spotlight selections announced
Gala première of Maestro announced
61st New York Film Festival poster revealed
Jim Jarmusch named as designer
NYFF Main Slate selections announced
Breillat, Wenders and Kaurismäki among the big names
Ferrari to close New York Film Festival
"It’s a great honour," says Michael Mann
Priscilla to be NYFF Centerpiece
"I am honoured to be back," says Sofia Coppola
May December to open New York Film Festival
"We are all so proud," says Todd Haynes
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