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Watch: Celebrate 60 Years of New York Film Festival With NYFF60 Teaser
By Erik Luers on August 16, 2022
Watch the teaser trailer for the 60th New York Film Festival!
59th New York Film Festival Trailers & Clips Round-Up
By Erik Luers on September 14, 2021
The 59th New York Film Festival officially kicks off in person next Friday, September 24th, bringing the best in world cinema to New York City audiences. In anticipation, we’ve rounded up all the available trailers and clips for the festival selections.
Watch: An Exclusive Clip from Swimming Out Till the Sea Turns Blue
By Film at Lincoln Center on May 26, 2021
The preeminent cinematic chronicler of 21st-century China, Jia Zhangke turns his sights to the more distant past in his surprising, complexly wrought new documentary,…
Watch: New Trailer for Martin Scorsese’s NYFF57 Opener The Irishman
By Jordan Raup on September 26, 2019
Ahead of tomorrow's World Premiere of Martin Scorsese’s The Irishman as the opener of the 57th New York Film Festival, Netflix has released the new trailer for the crime epic.
Watch: Three Trailers for Steadicam Retrospective
By Nicholas Kemp on December 16, 2016
Going Steadi: 40 Years of Steadicam, our celebration of the impact of this essential filmmaking tool, starts today and continues through January 3.
Watch: 54th New York Film Festival Trailer
By Alex Hunter on September 22, 2016
It includes never-before-seen footage from Ava DuVernay's 13TH, Mike Mills's 20th Century Women, and James Gray's The Lost City of Z.
Watch: Trailer for Oliver Laxe’s Mimosas
By Alex Hunter on September 9, 2016
Watch the trailer for Oliver Laxe's beautiful quest movie, which won the Grand Prize a this year's Cannes Critics Week.
Watch: Stephen Sondheim in Clip from Best Worst Thing…
By Nicholas Kemp on August 30, 2016
Best Worst Thing That Ever Could Have Happened looks at the 1981 production of Sondheim and Harold Prince's flop-turned-legend Merrily We Roll Along.
Watch: Clip from Matías Piñeiro’s Hermia and Helena
By Nicholas Kemp on August 29, 2016
The film centers on an Argentinean artist who comes to New York to work on a Spanish translation of A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
Watch: Trailer for Albert Lewin’s The Living Idol
By Nicholas Kemp on August 26, 2016
The otherworldly film is based on Lewin's own novel about an archeologist who believes that a captive jaguar is the physical manifestation of a Mayan god.