Sep 30
—Oct 16, 2016

New York Film Festival


The Film Society of Lincoln Center
70 Lincoln Center Plaza, 4th fl.
Manhattan, NY 10023

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Since 1963, the New York Film Festival has showcased the latest work from the world's most esteemed filmmakers—the likes of Martin Scorsese, Pedro Almodóvar and Alain Resnais, to name just a few—and has introduced some of the most innovative new voices in cinema to New York City audiences. Organized by the Film Society of Lincoln Center, the festival presents classics, a full slate of documentaries and full-length features and other special events. Last year’s Centerpiece Selection was Danny Boyle's film Steve Jobs, and opening night featured the world premiere of Robert Zemeckis' The Walk, the story of legendary high-wire artist Philippe Petit's attempt to walk a tightrope connecting the Twin Towers in 1974. Stay tuned for information on this year’s festival.

Photo: Kate Glicksberg

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