NYFF40: Pedro Almodóvar’s “Talk to Her”

The Spanish master returned to the New York Film Festival for the fifth time in 2002 with this Oscar-winning film, which screens Tuesday night as part of our ongoing 50 Years of the New York FIlm Festival series. More »

HBO Directors Dialogues and More Masterworks Added to 50th NYFF

Conversations with Abbas Kiarostami, Robert Zemeckis, David Chase, Noah Baumbach and Brian De Palma plus retrospective screenings of Little Shop of Horrors, Satyricon, The Satin Slipper, Richard III, and celebrations of Cinéastes de notre temps and the Cinéma Mac-Mahon! More »

Convergence Brings Transmedia to 50th NYFF

Two days of immersive experiences, panels, talks and more will explore the future of storytelling while bringing together transmedia audiences and creators, masters and novices, academics and superfans, and even hipsters and dinosaurs! More »

The 50th NYFF For Night Owls

Midnight Movies carve out a space for themselves at the 50th New York Film Festival, with three films celebrating genre fare from eco-horror to yakuza revenge madness! More »

50th NYFF Will Honor Nicole Kidman, Richard Peña

A new component of the NYFF will be a pair of tributes saluting the work of two people who have made significant artistic contributions to film culture in the past and will continue to do so in the future. More »

NYFF39: Manoel de Oliveira’s “I’m Going Home”

Combining bits of humor with agonizing truths, the prolific Portuguese director's stunning masterpiece covers the spectrum of emotions in its breathtaking story of old age, art and loss. More »

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