Nature is Peleshian’s first feature film in 27 years. Andrei Ujică’s 2 Pasolini was originally part of an exhibition with The Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain. Both enjoyed premieres at the 59th annual New York Film Festival.
Sean Baker’s latest feature film reveals the grating reality of a decadent West.
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.
Being an artist leaves you vulnerable.
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!