NYFF Spotlight: From Morning Till Midnight

Karl Heinz Martin's 1920 silent film adaptation of a Georg Kaiser play pushed the Expressionist style of cinema to such an extreme that it was never shown in German theaters. More »

NYFF Spotlight: Once Upon a Time in Anatolia

Turkish director Nuri Bilge Ceylan's latest film is a stunningly shot and ultra-realistic procedural that follows a group of policeman and two confessed criminals as they spend a night searching the countryside for the site of a hastily stashed body. More »

NYFF: Bring the Kids for Our Family-Friendly Screenings!

Tickets are still available for NYFF family-friendly screenings and children are encouraged! More »

NYFF Spotlight: The Student

Santiago Mitre's debut feature is a fast-paced and fast-talking depiction of university politics in Buenos Aires and already has indieWIRE calling him “a South American Aaron Sorkin.” More »

NYFF Spotlight: Miss Bala

Miss Bala, the latest feature from from director Gerardo Naranjo, marks a major step in the career of the Mexican filmmaker. The story of a Mexican beauty queen entangled in Mexican drug battle and then arrested, the seemingly outrageous idea is actually based in reality. More »

NYFF Spotlight: The Gold Rush

Charlie Chaplin's favorite of all his films will screen in its original form for the first time since its re-release in 1942 along with a live musical accompaniment by members of the New York Philharmonic. More »

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