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.
One week exclusive theatrical run!
First-person filmmaking at its most intimate and expansive, Pinto’s latest work emerged from a year in which the director endured an experimental clinical trial for HIV patients. A testament to the joys of a fully lived life, and to the inseparability of art and life.Read more »
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Allison Berg and Frank Keraudren’s portrait of the motor-mouthed, completely uncorked John Wojtowicz, whose 1972 botched robbery of a Brooklyn bank was dramatized in Dog Day Afternoon, is hilarious, hair-raising, and giddily profane.Read more »
Two week exclusive theatrical run!
In this sharp, vigorous film, Garrel takes a fresh look at his titular subject, patiently following the professional and emotional crosscurrents between two romantically entwined theater actors played by the director’s son Louis and Anna Mouglalis.Read more »
Shot in stark black-and-white in the immediate wake of Super Typhoon Durian, which caused widespread destruction in the Philippines in 2006, Diaz’s eighth feature is an engrossing account of several people responding to the aftermath as they navigate the ravaged Bicol region.Read more »
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