The 58th New York Film Festival continued on Saturday, September 26 with sold-out Brooklyn and Queens drive-in screenings and the virtual nationwide premiere of the NYFF58 Centerpiece selection Nomadland. In director Chloé Zhao’s latest, adapted from Jessica Bruder’s acclaimed 2017 nonfiction book about itinerant older Americans, Frances McDormand delivers a beautiful performance of understated grace and sensitivity as Fern, a stoic, stubbornly independent widow who sets off in search of seasonal work.

Check out a gallery of photos from the Brooklyn Drive-In screening above and highlights from the audience below. Watch a press conference with Zhao, producer Peter Spears, and NYFF Director of Programming Dennis Lim here, and watch Zhao’s conversation with NYFF Director Eugene Hernandez here.

Presented by Film at Lincoln Center, the 58th New York Film Festival highlights the best in world cinema from September 17-October 11. This year’s festival features drive-in screenings in the Bronx, Brooklyn, and Queens and virtual screenings available nationwide. See the complete schedule and get tickets here.