NYFF Spotlight: Patience (After Sebald)

Grant Gee's immersive cinematic essay is a rich artistic response to W. G. Sebald’s seminal literary work The Rings of Saturn. More »

NYFF Spotlight: Invasión

This forgotten Latin American classic is both thrilling and stylish, and it marks the first work conceived for cinema by the great Argentine writers Jorge Luis Borges and Adolfo Bioy Casares. More »

NYFF Spotlight: Melancholia

With breathtaking cinematography and gorgeous compositions, Melancholia is Lars von Trier in full control of his medium, with spectacular results. More »

NYFF Spotlight: Corpo celeste

Alice Rohrwacher's deceptively quiet and often darkly funny film makes for an impressive narrative debut. More »

NYFF Spotlight: “The 99 – Unbound”

This animated feature based on the first comic books with origins in Islamic lore and culture is a great NYFF offering for the whole family. More »

NYFF Spotlight: Carnage

A filmmaker whose first feature opened the very first New York Film Festival in 1963, returns to the festival this year with his latest feature, "Carnage," a movie that has already generated strong buzz at screenings in Venice. More »

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