NYFF Daily: Saturday, October 12

Today at NYFF: World Premiere of Spike Jonze's Her starring Joaquin Phoenix, an extended conversation with James Gray, more Godard and How Democracy Works Now, and more! More »

NYFF Trailer Contest Results and Clip List

The results of our NYFF trailer contest are in! Help us congratulate our lucky winner Savannah Turner and check out the full list of video and audio clips to see how you did. More »

NYFF51 Spotlight: David V. Picker at NYFF Live

The legendary Hollywood producer will participate in a free conversation—moderated by fellow producer Peter Saraf—in the Film Center Amphitheater about his career and his new book Musts, Maybes, and Nevers: A Book About The Movies. More »

NYFF51 Photos: “All Is Lost,” “Nebraska,” “12 Years a Slave,” and More!

This batch of photos is mostly from one doozy of a night that brought J.C. Chandor, Robert Redford, Zachary Quinto, Connie Britton, Alexander Payne, Bruce Dern, Steve McQueen, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Michael Fassbender, Alfre Woodard, Paul Dano, and even Madonna to NYFF51! More »

NYFF51: “Mauvais Sang” Is the Spiritual Base of a French Extremist Filmmaker

NYFF Critics Academy member Greg Cwik takes a look at NYFF Revivals title Mauvais Sang by Leos Carax and considers the link to its "spiritual successor," Holy Motors, which had its U.S. debut at NYFF 50. More »

NYFF Daily: Friday, October 11

Today at NYFF: premiere of Palme d'Or winner Blue Is the Warmest Color and Hany Abu-Assad's Omar, dark classics from Godard and Visconti, and the continuation of political epic How Democracy Works Now. More »

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