NYFF Year Round

Celebrate the New York Film Festival year-round. Catch up with past NYFF films and directors as they return to the Film Society of Lincoln Center.

In This Series

The Immigrant

The Immigrant

James Gray | 2013 | 120 mins

In James Gray’s richly detailed period film, set in a dusty, sepia-toned 1920s Manhattan, a young Polish immigrant (Marion Cotillard) is caught in a dangerous battle of wills with a shady burlesque manager (Joaquin Phoenix).

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Policeman

Policeman

Nadav Lapid | 2011 | 100 mins

One week exclusive theatrical run!

A boldly conceived drama pivoting on the initially unrelated activities of an elite anti-terrorist police unit and some wealthy young anarchists.

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Norte, The End of History

Norte, The End of History

Lav Diaz | 2013 | 250 mins

One week exclusive theatrical run!

A careful rethinking of Dostoyevsky’s Crime and Punishment shot in blazing color, this tour de force offers a masterful recapitulation of Diaz’s longstanding obsessions: cultural memory, national guilt, and the origin of evil.

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Melancholia

Melancholia

Lav Diaz | 2008 | 450 mins

What starts as the story of a nun, a pimp, and a prostitute and their role-playing games becomes an elegy for the power and imaginative vision of radical politics in Diaz’s contemplative drama, enlivened by strains of black comedy and noir-heavy fatalism.

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Sunday, June 22

1:15pm
Exhibition

Exhibition

Joanna Hogg | 2013 | 110 mins

Two week exclusive theatrical run!

Joanna Hogg’s exactingly minimal and intimately character-driven portrait of a married middle-aged couple—both artists—living and working in their unusual London home, at once a labyrinth, a battleground, and a refuge.

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Archipelago

Archipelago

Joanna Hogg | 2010 | 114 mins

One week exclusive theatrical run!

Actress Kate Fahy will be in attendance for Q&A following the 6:30pm screening on July 2!

A group stays on Tresco in the Isles of Scilly, animated by resentments, jealousies, upheavals, and revelations that will ring true to anyone who has ever spent a vacation with their family.

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Unrelated

Unrelated

Joanna Hogg | 2007 | 100 mins

One week exclusive theatrical run!

Middle-aged, discontented Anna (Kathryn Worth) decides to spend her summer holiday apart from her husband in Tuscany with her friends. As the days go by, she finds herself more attuned to their teenage children (Tom Hiddleston and his sister Emma).

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