September 29 – October 14
Restorations, revivals and rediscoveries from cinema’s past, as they were meant to be seen: on the big screen. This year's Masterworks section includes two special series: Cinéastes/Cinema of Our Time and Men of Cinema: Pierre Riessent and the Cinema Mac Mahon.
In This Series
Director Frank Oz, actress Ellen Greene, composer Alan Menken and film restorer Kurt Galvao in person!
Director Frank Oz’s ebullient adaptation of the smash Off-Broadway musical has finally been restored to its original director’s cut, including 20 minutes of never-before-seen footage. A Warner Home Video release.Read more »
Director Michael Roemer and cinematographer Robert M. Young in person!
Director Michael Roemer and cinematographer Robert M. Young brought the influence of cinema vérité to this landmark drama about a newlywed black couple facing the social challenges of 1960s America.Read more »
Live musical accompaniment by the Alloy Orchestra!
The marvelous Alloy Orchestra returns to NYFF to accompany this rarely screened masterpiece of Soviet silent cinema, based on Gogol’s tragicomic story. Screening with Filmstudie (Hans Richter, 1926).Read more »
The Master of Suspense’s strange tale of a thief (Tippi Hedren) with an unnatural fear of thunderstorms and men will be presented and analyzed by leading Hitchcock scholar William Rothman, author of Hitchcock: The Murderous Gaze.Read more »
Screening introduced by Martin Scorsese!
Immaculately restored to its full Technicolor glory, the finest entry of Laurence Olivier’s Shakespeare adaptations features the actor-director as the eponymous hunchback duke who will stop at nothing to win the British throne.Read more »
This newly restored version of director Peter Whitehead’s behind-the-scenes diary of The Rolling Stones on tour in Ireland in 1965 is an invaluable document of the band becoming the legend.Read more »
Family Film: $10 tickets... for everyone! Please note: This screening will take place in the Walter Reade Theater.
Disney’s timeless tale of a princess banished from the palace and then saved by seven unforgettable dwarves—the first animated feature made in America. A Walt Disney Pictures release. Screening with Paperman.Read more »