Cate Blanchett was feted to a Gala Tribute at the New York Film Festival this week, while a number of films had their debuts including James Gray's The Immigrant and Teller's Tim's Vermeer.
Joaquin Phoenix brings the weird at a press conference for The Immigrant, Claire Denis and Frederick Wiseman discuss their filmmaking ethos, red carpet clips from Inside Llewyn Davis and Le Week-end, a trailer for our Jean-Luc Godard retrospective, and more!
Featuring a magnificent performance by Paulina García, Sebastián Lelio’s Gloria offers the rare opportunity to see a film that entirely centers on a fifty-something woman who reconnects with herself.
At the midpoint of NYFF, we've got Centerpiece screenings of the World Premiere of Ben Stiller's Walter Mitty, conversations with Agnieszka Holland and Claire Denis, a duo of restored 35mm classics by Nicholas Ray, the first of our shorts programs, and more Views from the Avant-Garde!
Ever the hot-button issue and a glaring reminder of dysfunctional government, Critics Academy member Vanessa Erazo take a look at immigration reform through hybrid film Who Is Dayani Cristal and documentary series How Democracy Now.
In our NYFF Revivals section, we will screen restored 35mm prints of They Live by Night and The Lusty Men, directed by Hollywood rebel Nicholas Ray.
The ominous, alluring, and often dangerous beauty of nature is on full display in Costa da Morte, a new feature-length film from director Lois Patiño that was an award winner at the Locarno Film Festival and screens Thursday and Friday in Views from the Avant-Garde.
In his first dispatch from the 51st New York Film Festival, Critics Academy member Graham Winfrey takes a look at the family dynamic via South Korea's Nobody's Daughter Haewon and Japan's Like Father, Like Son.
Here at Film Society, we think a surprise isn't a surprise unless it's surprising. So this year, we're looking back instead of forward and are thrilled to announce an amazing treat for film lovers: a screening of Jean-Luc Godard's 1962 masterpiece Vivre sa vie on Alice Tully Hall's giant screen in 35mm... for just $10!