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NYFF Spotlight: Le Havre

The latest from Aki Kaurismäki follows the unlikely friendship between an aging French writer and a young African refugee, with all of the Finnish auteur's usual deadpan charm.

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NYFF Spotlight: From Morning Till Midnight

Karl Heinz Martin's 1920 silent film adaptation of a Georg Kaiser play pushed the Expressionist style of cinema to such an extreme that it was never shown in German theaters.

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NYFF Spotlight: Once Upon a Time in Anatolia

Turkish director Nuri Bilge Ceylan's latest film is a stunningly shot and ultra-realistic procedural that follows a group of policeman and two confessed criminals as they spend a night searching the countryside for the site of a hastily stashed body.

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NYFF: Bring the Kids for Our Family-Friendly Screenings!

Tickets are still available for NYFF family-friendly screenings and children are encouraged!

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NYFF Spotlight: The Student

Santiago Mitre's debut feature is a fast-paced and fast-talking depiction of university politics in Buenos Aires and already has indieWIRE calling him “a South American Aaron Sorkin.”

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NYFF Spotlight: Miss Bala

Miss Bala, the latest feature from from director Gerardo Naranjo, marks a major step in the career of the Mexican filmmaker. The story of a Mexican beauty queen entangled in Mexican drug battle and then arrested, the seemingly outrageous idea is actually based in reality.

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Who Is Tuesday Weld?

An actress of underrated subtlety, tremendous life-force, and cream-fresh beauty, Tuesday Weld is in the spotlight at the Film Society this week during a 10 film retrospective through Sunday.

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NYFF Spotlight: The Gold Rush

Charlie Chaplin's favorite of all his films will screen in its original form for the first time since its re-release in 1942 along with a live musical accompaniment by members of the New York Philharmonic.

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NYFF Spotlight: George Harrison Living in the Material World

Martin Scorsese's epic and fascinating music documentary follows Harrison from his Beatles days through his solo career and later life as a devoted Hindu.

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NYFF Spotlight: “We Can’t Go Home Again” & “Don’t Expect Too Much”

Now completed and digitally restored, We Can't Go Home Again is a 1973 Nicholas Ray film that remained largely unseen as Ray continued working on it until his death in 1979. This is the North American premiere of its complete, reconstructed version that includes unseen footage provided by the Nicholas Ray Foundation.

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