Calling CPH PIX: The Idea of the Festival of Festivals

The influence of the New York Film Festival's non-competition model can be seen around the world, but will we ever really move beyond the Big Three: Cannes, Venice, Berlin? More »

NYFF34: Olivier Assayas’ “Irma Vep”

Assayas' impossibly stylish hall of mirrors, a loopy rumination on the limits of artistic creation, returns to the Film Society for one night only on Tuesday with an introduction by filmmaker/critic/programmer Kent Jones! More »

Things Unsaid: “We Won’t Grow Old Together”

Maurice Pialat's rare second feature—which screened at NYFF '72 and opens today at Film Society as part of its first-ever U.S. theatrical run—confirmed the French master's status as both tender humanist and precise observer of human behavior. More »

The American Cinephile: Andrew Sarris (1928 – 2012)

A personal remembrance of film critic Andrew Sarris who, simply put, was one of the key reasons it is even possible to speak about film criticism as an art, plus video of Sarris introducing Luis Buñuel's The Exterminating Angel at NYFF '11. More »

NYFF33: Gianni Amelio’s “Lamerica”

What's in a face? Amelio's devastating drama, which made its US debut at NYFF '95, proudly carries on the legacy of the Italian social cinema. It screens June 12 at 6:15pm as part of our ongoing 50 Years of the New York Film Festival series. More »

50 Years of NYFF Q&A: “Hoop Dreams”

Last week's screening of the legendary basketball doc, the closing-night sensation at NYFF '94, featured a Q&A with all three filmmakers and subject Arthur Agee. It felt alternately like a victory lap and a reflection on the film's influence, both positive and negative. More »

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