NYFF Press Roundup: Day Two

Opening night of the 49th New York Film Festival has come and gone and the reviews for opener "Carnage" as well as upcoming festival films continue to hit the presses. Here's a quick roundup of what the critics are saying. More »

NYFF Day Two

Today at the New York Film Festival: a stunning 8K digital restoration of Ben-Hur, indieWIRE's introduction to the NYFF selection committee, two transmedia panels, Main Slate entries The Loneliest Planet, A Separation, Miss Bala, and more! More »

NYFF Press Roundup: Day One

With only a few hours left until opening night of the 49th New York Film Festival, check out what the critics are already saying about some of the upcoming festival films! More »

NYFF Spotlight: Celebrating the Nikkatsu Centennial

Our NYFF Masterworks series "Velvet Bullets and Steel Kisses: Celebrating the Nikkatsu Centennial" starts October 1 and we've put together a in-depth look at the studio and some of its key directors to help you choose what to see! More »

Pedro Almodóvar, Wes Anderson and more set for NYFF Forums

This year the Film Society of Lincoln Center is especially pleased to present our New York Film Festival Forums, a new series of free panels and conversations that will throughout the festival in the Film Center Amphitheater and the Upper West Side Apple Store. More »

NYFF Spotlight: This Is Not a Film

Jafar Panahi's incredible documentary, made entirely in the confines of his Tehran apartment after being banned from filmmaking and put under house arrest for supporting the 2009 election protests in Iran, is a testament to how art can flourish even under oppressive circumstances. More »

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