A pair of highly personal films exploring the family stories of their filmmakers shared an early awards season honor.
The influential British director's film about a 15-year-old boy trying to escape the bleak prospects of his coal mining hometown, which was a festival favorite at NYFF '70, will play Tuesday night as part of our celebration of "50 Years of the New York Film Festival."
Following the screening of Gillo Pontecorvo's masterpiece from NYFF '67, Film Society and Warscapes magazine presented a Q&A with the actor, producer and former National Liberation Front leader whose memoir inspired the film.
The Rodgers and Hammerstein classic starring Julie Andrews comes to our $6 Family Films series to kick off the holiday season, with two screenings a day Wednesday and Friday through next Thursday. Bring the kids and sing along to all your favorites!
The latest edition of this spectacular and beloved program runs from January 27 – 31 and includes ballet documentary "Joffrey: Mavericks of American Dance," Susan Seidelman's "Musical Chairs," and "Check Your Body at the Door" about the history of house music!