The Trailer for the 49th New York Film Festival: 1 Singular Event image

The Trailer for the 49th New York Film Festival: 1 Singular Event

Check out the trailer for the 49th New York Film Festival!

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An inside look at French Cinema in New York image

An inside look at French Cinema in New York

With an inside access, Catherine Verret Vimont snapped candid images with her camera. An exhibition of her work is at the Film Society now.

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NYFF Spotlight: Salvador image

NYFF Spotlight: Salvador

Oliver Stone will be on hand to introduce and discuss the film that established him as a filmmaker to be reckoned with at this special 25th anniversary screening.

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NYFF Spotlight: The Kid With a Bike

The latest from Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne, which shared the Grand Prix at Cannes with fellow NYFF offering "Once Upon a Time in Anatolia," follows a young boy struggling to accept that he has been abandoned by his father.

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Images from NYFF: “We Can’t Go Home Again” and three Skype press conferences image

Images from NYFF: “We Can’t Go Home Again” and three Skype press conferences

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NYFF Spotlight: Le Havre image

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! image

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 image

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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