The 60th Annual New York Film Festival

September 30 marks the opening night of the 60th New York Film Festival. Netflix Drama White noise starring Raffey Cassidy, Adam Driver and Greta Gerwig will first hit the big screen at Lincoln Center’s Alice Tully Hall for two screenings at 6 and 9 p.m. Tickets for the general public go on sale Sept. 19 at 12 p.m. EST, with special passes currently available. for members of the Film at Lincoln Center.

Founded by Richard Roud and Amos Vogel in 1963, the New York Film Festival showcases some of the year’s most exciting cinematic works from around the world. It runs from September 30 to October 16 on screens at the Walter Reade Theatre, Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center and Alice Tully Hall. And, “As part of its 60th anniversary celebration, NYFF will also be offering festival screenings in the five boroughs of New York in partnership with Alamo Drafthouse Cinema (Staten Island), BAM (Brooklyn Academy of Music) (Brooklyn), The Bronx Museum of the Arts (Bronx), Maysles Documentary Center (Harlem) and The Museum of l ‘moving image (Queens)’, says the NYFF website.

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The “New York Film Festival”main slateoffers 32 feature films this year. These selections feature several American films, including a new documentary by Oscar-winning filmmaker Laura Poitras titled All the beauty and bloodshed. It details “the legendary life and career of the artist who defined the Nan Goldin era and the downfall of the Sackler family, the pharmaceutical dynasty whom Goldin personally engaged in his fight to hold accountable those responsible for the deadly epidemic. of opioids,” the event states. website.

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The closing party will also feature a home photo, Inspection. Elegance Bratton makes his narrative debut with a drama based on his own personal experiences as a gay man living on the streets before entering basic training in marine cultures.

Iranian director Jafar Panahi, arrested in July before being quickly sentenced to six years in prison for criticizing the Iranian government, has his film, no bear, first. On relocation to a rural border town in Turkey, “Panahi continues to pull the narrative rug from under the viewer as it confronts tradition and progress, city and country, spiritual belief and photographic evidence, and the human desire to escape oppression. writes NYFF. no bear premieres Sunday, October 9 at Alice Tully Hall at 12 p.m.

For an interactive program and to consult the schedules and the pages of the films, Click here.

For tickets and passes, Click here.

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