NYFF9: Gleb Panfilov’s “The Debut”

Playing Tuesday at 8:45pm, the Soviet director's film-in-film story of a provincial actress plunged into a major motion picture production is as charming and entertaining today as it was when it opened the ninth New York Film Festival in 1971. More »

NYFF Hit “Pina” Returning to Film Society in 3D!

On December 23, Wim Wenders's stunning 3D documentary about the life and work of celebrated choreographer Pina Bausch returns to the Film Society for an extended run. The film was a hit at the 49th New York Film Festival and awards. nominations and praise for the film keep rolling in. More »

NYFF8: Ken Loach’s “Kes”

The influential British director's film about a 15-year-old boy trying to escape the bleak prospects of his coal mining hometown, which was a festival favorite at NYFF '70, will play Tuesday night as part of our celebration of "50 Years of the New York Film Festival." More »

NYFF7: Eric Rohmer’s “My Night at Maud’s”

Our year-by-year survey of the 50-year history of the New York Film Festival continues with this celebrated entry from the seventh edition of the festival in 1969. More »

NYFF Video: Forum, Filmmaker Béla Tarr

The beloved Hungarian director explained why he is leaving filmmaking behind in a free New York Film Festival forum at the New York Film Festival, prior to a sold-out screening of his latest, and last, film "The Turin Horse." More »

NYFF6: Jean-Luc Godard’s “2 or 3 Things I Know About Her”

This Tuesday, "50 Years of the New York Film Festival" presents "2 or 3 Things I Know About Her:" a magnificent study of Paris amidst development, as well as a focus on a dubious Parisian housewife. More »

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