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 »

NYFF Opening Night: “Life of Pi” Q&A + Photos!

Watch full video of Friday's press conference for Life of Pi with Oscar-winning director Ang Lee, star Suraj Sharma and author Yann Martel, plus photos from Opening Night! More »

NYFF Daily: Sunday, 9/30

Today at NYFF: Convergence wraps up a packed weekend, a brand-new 4K restoration of Lawrence of Arabia makes its New York debut, Manoel de Oliveira's The Satin Slipper screens in all its seven-and-a-half-hour glory, and much more! More »

Don’t Let the Sea Lice Bite!

Academy Award-winning director Barry Levinson's found footage eco-horror The Bay provides jumps and scares, bringing creepy-crawly phobias to life in our NYFF Midnight Movies section! More »

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