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NYFF Spotlight: Play

Ruben Östlund's sure to be hotly-debated third feature, which is based on true events, provides a uncompromising look at issues of race and class in contemporary Sweden.

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NYFF Spotlight: Sleeping Sickness

Ulrich Köhler's Silver Berlin Bear-winning third feature contrasts two doctors' relationships with Africa, one a white German who has lived in Cameroon for decades, the other a black Frenchmen taking his first trip to the continent.

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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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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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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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