A tender self-portrait, ‘Aftersun’ lets Charlotte Wells fictionalize her own life and her relationship with her complicated father
Timothée Chalamet reteams with ‘Call Me By Your Name’ director Luca Guadagnino for charming cannibal romance Bones and All’
Noah Baumbach and company provide a wild re-imagining of Don DeLillo’s ‘White Noise’
With Showing Up, Kelly Reichardt sculpts a portrait of an artist on edge, featuring a wonderful Michelle Williams and Hong Chau
Stars at Noon, the latest film from Claire Denis, befuddles and bewilders but is worth the watch if you get on its wavelength.
An international film in every sense, ‘Bergman Island’ is Mia Hansen-Løve’s tender ode to Ingmar Bergman and lost loves.
‘The Lost Daughter’ is an impressive debut from Maggie Gyllenhaal, a highly anxious and shockingly comedic thriller.
Virginie Efira and Charlotte Rampling shine in Benedetta, a Paul Verhoeven film that leans into the director’s trademarks and the actresses’ talents to miraculous effect.
Denzel Washington and Frances McDormand lead a visually stunning and impeccably acted (if unimaginative) Tragedy of Macbeth
At the Film at Lincoln Center this autumn, check out the best of American and International cinema with the 59th NYFF!