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NYFF Encore Screenings Offer Another Chance to Catch Movies

Worried you may miss some screenings at this year's New York Film Festival? You'll have a chance to take more in on Sunday, October 12, with NYFF Encore, presented by the Film Society of Lincoln Center and Citibank.

The day will feature selections from this year's Main Slate, including Oren Moverman’s Time Out of Mind, starring Richard Gere, and Abel Ferrera’s biopic Pasolini, with Willem Dafoe in the title role. Gere is one of NYFF’s "An Evening With…" guests this year. Also showing from the Main Slate are Hong Sang-soo’s Hill of Freedom, Alice Rohrwacher’s The Wonders, and Matías Piñeiro’s The Princess of France.

Choices from NYFF’s Spotlight on Documentary section include Debra Granik’s Stray Dog, an portrait of Vietnam veteran Ron Hall; Albert Maysles’s Iris, a look at interior-design maven Iris Apfel; and actor Ethan Hawke’s Seymour: An Introduction. Additional Spotlight on Documentary selections include J.P. Sniadecki’s The Iron Ministry, Ed Pincus and Lucia Small’s One Cut, One Life, and Marah Strauch’s Sunshine Superman. And rounding out the NYFF Encore lineup will be an additional screening of A Letter to Three Wives, from the Joseph L. Mankiewicz retrospective.

NYFF Encore screening schedule for Sunday, October 12 follows:

The Walter Reade Theater

12:30PM   Hill of Freedom (67 min)
2:30PM     Stray Dog (105 min)
4:45PM     Time Out of Mind (120 min)
7:15PM      Pasolini (98 MIN)

The Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center

12:00PM  A Letter to Three Wives (103 min)
12:15PM  Iris (83 min)
2:15PM    One Cut, One Life (107 min)
2:30PM    The Iron Ministry (82 min)
4:30PM    The Wonders (110 min)
5:00PM    Sunshine Superman (96 min)
7:00PM    The Princess of France (70 min)
7:15PM    Seymour: An Introduction (81 min)

All tickets to encore screenings are $10 for Film Society Members and $15 for Non-Members. Tickets go on sale Wednesday, October 8 at noon, with a pre-sale to Citi Cardmembers the day before. There is a maximum of two tickets per screenings.

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