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Complete List of 1998 NYFF Feature Films

1998 New York Film Festival List

The following is the complete list of feature films that will screen at the 1998 New York Film Festival from September 25 - October 11, 1998 in New York City. The short films will be announced at a later date.


indieWIRE will publish a full article regarding today's announcement on Monday.

"Celebrity," directed by Woody Allen (U.S.) -- Opening Night


"The Dream Life of Angels," directed by Erick Zonca (France) -- Closing Night


"Black Cat, White Cat," directed by Emir Kusturica -- Festival Centerpiece


"A Tale of Autumn," directed by Eric Rohmer (France)


"Book of Life," directed by Hal Hartley (U.S.)


"Celebration," Thomas Vinterberg (Denmark)


"Dr. Akagi," directed by Shoei Imamura (Japan)


"Gods and Monsters," directed by Bill Condon (U.S.)


"Happiness," directed by Todd Solondz (U.S.)


"I Stand Alone," directed by Gaspar Noe (France)


"Khroustaliov, My Car!," directed by Alexei Guerman (Russia)


"Late August, Early September," directed by Olivier Assayas (France)


"Life on Earth," directed by Abderrhmane Sissoko (Mali/France)


"My Name is Joe," directed by Ken Loach (U.K.)


"River of Gold," directed by Paulo Rocha (Portugal)


"Rushmore," directed by Wes Anderson (U.S.)


"Same Old Song," directed by Alain Resnais (France)


"Slam," directed by Marc Levin (U.S.)


"The Apple," directed by Samira Makhmalbaf (Iran)


"The Flowers of Shanghai," directed by Hou Hsiao-hsien's (Taiwan)


"The General," directed by John Boorman (U.K./Ireland)


"The Inheritors," directed by Stefan Ruzowitsky (Austria)


"Velvet Goldmine," directed by Todd Haynes (U.S./U.K.)


"You're Laughing," directed by Paolo and Vittorio Taviani (Italy)


Retrospectives:

Selected films by Youssef Chahine (Egypt)

"Joyless Street," directed by G.W. Pabst


"Point Blank," directed by John Boorman


Special Events:

"Strike," directed by Sergei Eisenstein


"In the Presence of a Clown," directed by Ingmar Bergman

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