The American Dream Gone South

The characters in Antonio Méndez Esparza's Here and There face dashed hopes and questions of belonging, but their particular struggles demonstrate that, as times have changed, the American Dream has changed with them. More »

50 Years of NYFF “Memories”

Watch a special tribute video to the New York Film Festival created by Jamie Stuart, including interviews with Film Society co-founder Martin E. Segal, Martin Scorsese, Michael Moore, and many more! More »

NYFF Daily: Tuesday, 10/2

Today at the fest: Cast reunion at 25th anniversary screening of The Princess Bride, silent film The Overcoat with live music by the Alloy Orchestra, NYFF Live with New York Women in Film and Television, and more. Rush ticket info within! More »

When a Lens is a Mirror

The documentaries in NYFF sections Cinéastes/Cinema of Our Time and Cinema Reflected turn the camera back on itself, offering glimpses of John Cassavetes, Ingmar Bergman, Roberto Rossellini, and providing a deeper understanding of the work of these and other beloved filmmakers. More »

Love, War and Cinema

Two documentaries about director-muse relationships—Roberto Rossellini/Ingrid Bergman in The War of the Volcanoes and Ingmar Bergman/Liv Ullmann in Liv and Ingmar—reveal the close connection between their off-screen lives and the works they teamed to create. More »

NYFF Daily: Monday, 10/1

Avoid the Monday blues with great New York Film Festival offerings: Liv Ullman in person at doc Liv and Ingmar, added screening of Brian De Palma's Passion, Pierre Riessent at two screenings in our Cinema Mac Mahon tribute, and more! More »

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