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53rd New York Film Festival Lineup to Include ‘Son of Saul,’ Paul Thomas Anderson’s New Secret Doc and More

53rd New York Film Festival Lineup to Include 'Son of Saul,' Paul Thomas Anderson's New Secret Doc and More

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The Film Society of Lincoln Center has announced the lineups for the Special Events and Revivals programs that will take place during the 53rd New York Film Festival. The Special Events lineup features important new films and premieres, while the Revivals selection includes 11 international films that have been digitally remastered, restored and preserved with the assistance of partners like Martin Scorsese’s Film Foundation.

Some of this year’s titles include László Nemes’ Auschwitz drama “Son of Saul,” which took home the Grand Prix at Cannes, as well as Noah Baumbach and Jake Paltrow’s documentary “De Palma” and Paul Thomas Anderson’s secret Jonny Greenwood documentary “Junun.”

NYFF will run from September 25 – October 11. Check out the full slate for this year’s festival below:

Special Events

Filmmaker in Residence Screening: 
“Chevalier” – Directed by Athina Rachel Tsangari 
Greece, 2015, DCP, 104m. Greek with English subtitles. 

“De Palma” – Directed by Noah Baumbach and Jake Paltrow 
USA, 2015, DCP, 107m.

“Heart of a Dog” – Directed by Laurie Anderson 
USA/France, 2015, DCP, 75m.

“Junun” – Directed by Paul Thomas Anderson
USA, 2015, English and Indian, DCP, 54m. 
English, Hindu, Hebrew and Urdu with English subtitles.

Anniversary Screening:
“O Brother, Where Art Thou?”- Directed by Joel and Ethan Coen
USA, 2000, DCP, 107m.

Film Comment Presents:
“Son of Saul” – Directed by László Nemes
Hungary, 2015, 35mm, 107m.
Hungarian and German with English subtitles.


“Blow Out” – Directed by Brian De Palma
USA, 1981, 35mm, 107m.

“Ran” – Directed by Akira Kurosawa
Japan/France, 1985, DCP, 160m.
Japanese with English subtitles. 

“A Touch of Zen” – Directed by King Hu
Hong Kong, 1971/75, DCP, 200m.
Mandarin with English subtitles.

“Visit, or Memories and Confessions”- Directed by Manoel de Oliveira
Portugal, 1982, 35mm, 73m.
Portuguese with English subtitles.

Celebrating 25 Years of the Film Foundation

“Black Girl” (“La Noire de…”) – Directed by Ousmane Sembene
France/Senegal, 1965, DCP, 65m.
French with English subtitles. 

“The Boys from Fengkuei”- Directed by Hou Hsiao-hsien
Taiwan, 1983, DCP, 101m.
Mandarin with English subtitles.

“Heaven Can Wait”- Directed by Ernst Lubitsch
USA, 1943, 35mm, 112m.

“Insiang”- Directed by Lino Brocka
Philippines, 1976, DCP, 95m.
Tagalog and Filipino with English subtitles.

“The Long Voyage Home” – Directed by John Ford
USA, 1940, DCP, 105m.

“The Memory of Justice” – Directed by Marcel Ophüls
UK/USA/France/Germany, 1976, DCP, 278m.
French with English subtitles.

“Rocco and His Brothers” – Directed by Luchino Visconti
Italy/France, 1960, DCP, 177m.
Italian with English subtitles.

READ MORE: Robert Zemeckis’ ‘The Walk’ to Open the 53rd New York Film Festival

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