New York Film Festival
Matt Bolish is also promoted to managing director to collaborate with festival artistic director Dennis Lim.
"There is no time in the world anymore for us to be in our little corners yelling at each other," the filmmaker said. "The only way we can move forward is by finding that human connection."
The Oscar-winning "Citizenfour" director's latest will screen as New York Film Festival's Centerpiece selection.
The Don DeLillo adaptation will play New York after first world-premiering at the Venice Film Festival in August.
Joel Coen's Shakespeare adaptation is a contender: Best Picture, actor Denzel Washington, actress Frances McDormand, Director, and more.
Starring Benedict Cumberbatch, Kirsten Dunst, and Jesse Plemmons, Campion's latest film makes its New York premiere on October 1.
Part virtual, part drive-in experience, NYFF this year pulled in more than 70,000 viewers this year across all 50 states.
The "Undine" director is also planning his next film, a gay love story inspired by his "X-rated" COVID fever dreams.
Exclusive: IndieWire premieres the trailer for the documentary master's sprawling look at the municipal government in his hometown.
Yulene Olaizola's feverish new feature bakes the delirium of “Aguirre" into the animalistic eros of “Tropical Malady."
The cult filmmaker's design for NYFF 2020 includes Pedro Almodóvar, Martin Scorsese, and Barry Jenkins.
As festival season starts to take its strange shape, here’s what to expect — including marketers who eye Sundance as an Oscar launch.
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