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The 2016 IndieWire NYFF Bible: Every Review, Interview and News Item Posted During the Festival

The festival runs from September 30 - October 16.

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Lineup and Pre-Festival Announcements and News

NYFF Reveals Main Slate of 2016 Titles, Including ‘Manchester By the Sea,’ ‘Paterson’ and ‘Personal Shopper’

New York Film Festival Announces James Gray’s ‘The Lost City of Z’ As Closing Night Selection

New York Film Festival Announces Mike Mills’ ’20th Century Women’ As Centerpiece Selection

NYFF 2016 Adds Ang Lee’s ‘Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk,’ His Ambitious 4K Fast Frame Narrative Feature

NYFF Announces Retrospective Selections Inspired By Bertrand Tavernier’s ‘My Journey Through French Cinema’ – Exclusive

Film Society of Lincoln Center Announces NYFF Artist Academy And Critics Academy Participants

FSLC Announces Filmmaker Talks Lineup For 54th New York Film Festival

NYFF: Film Society Announces Special Events Section and ‘An Evening With’ Kristen Stewart and Adam Driver

NYFF Announces Lineup For Immersive Storytelling Program Convergence (Exclusive)

‘Jackie’: New York Film Festival Adds Special U.S. Premiere Of Pablo Larraín’s Oscar Contender

Pre-Festival Analysis

IndieWire’s Movie Podcast: Screen Talk (110): How the NYFF Lineup Will Change the Fall Movie Season

IndieWire’s Movie Podcast (117): Why This Fall Movie Season Is All About Race — Screen Talk

NYFF 2016: 5 Must-See Films, As Recommended By Festival Director Kent Jones

NYFF 2016: 5 Revival And Retrospective Films Not To Miss At This Year’s Fest

NYFF 2016 Hidden Gems: 10 Great Discoveries At This Year’s Festival

NYFF 2016: 7 New Documentaries To See at The Festival

NYFF 2016: 9 New Films From Cinema’s Brightest Auteurs And Beloved Masters

NYFF 2016: Convergence Program Highlights How Technology is Changing Cinematic Storytelling

Reviews*

*includes reviews for films that played at other festivals

‘Toni Erdmann’ Review: Here’s the Funniest Nude Scene of All Time — But It’s Not a Comedy

Cannes Review: Gael Garcia Bernal is a Lost Soul in Pablo Larrain’s Absorbing ‘Neruda’

Cannes Review: Why ‘I, Daniel Blake’ is Ken Loach’s Best Movie in Years

Cannes Review: ‘Julieta’ is Pedro Almodovar’s Most Conventional Movie

Cannes Review: Kristen Stewart and Olivier Assayas Deserve Better Than Boos for ‘Personal Shopper’

Cannes Review: Sonia Braga Gives a Brilliant Performance in ‘Aquarius’

‘My Entire High School Sinking Into the Sea’ Review: Dash Shaw Delivers the Most Original Animated Movie of the Year — Toronto

‘The Rehearsal’ Review: Alison Maclean Brings Eleanor Catton’s Novel to the Screen With Verve

Filmmaker Toolkit Podcast: Looking For ‘Hamilton’ With Filmmaker Alex Horwitz (Episode 7)

Hong Sang-Soo’s ‘Yourself And Yours’ Is A Delightfully Druken Riff On Abbas Kiarostami — NYFF Review

With ‘Things To Come,’ Mia Hansen-Løve Proves That She’s One Of The Best Filmmakers In The World — NYFF Review

Interviews

‘Hamilton’s America’: Behind the Scenes of Documenting Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Hit Musical

Filmmaker Toolkit Podcast: Looking For ‘Hamilton’ With Filmmaker Alex Horwitz (Episode 7)

Features and Analysis

From Ava DuVernay’s ’13th’ to ‘OJ: Made in America’: Four Docs That Define Black Lives Matter

Press Conferences and Events

NYFF: ‘The Rehearsal’ Filmmaker Alison Maclean Explains Why Author Eleanor Catton Is The Perfect Collaborator

Kristen Stewart On Choosing Her Roles and ‘Making Good Sh*t’ – NYFF 2016

Clips, Trailers, Posters and More

‘Elle’ Exclusive Clip: Isabelle Huppert Takes Revenge On An Attacker In Paul Verhoeven’s Latest Thriller

’20th Century Women’ Teaser: Annette Bening, Greta Gerwig and Elle Fanning Search For Meaning

‘The 13th’ Trailer: Ava DuVernay’s New York Film Festival Opener Takes A Hard Look At Racism In America — Watch

‘The Lost City of Z’: First Footage Debuts in NYFF Trailer

‘Paterson’ Trailer: Adam Driver and Jim Jarmusch Deliver One Of The Year’s Most Intimate Indies

Acquisitions

The festival runs from September 30 – October 16.

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