NYFF57 Ticket Availability and Updates

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This page will be your source for information about standby only screenings, rush tickets, added screenings, and more at the 57th New York Film Festival. Check back daily for updates!

See all available tickets by clicking the line-up on the menu in the sidebar or by browsing the schedule. Tickets are also available via the Film at Lincoln Center app or in person at Alice Tully Hall or day-of at the corresponding venue’s box office.

Added Tickets & Screenings
Added Screenings:
Centerpiece: Marriage Story (10/4: 9:30pm & 10pm) Buy Tickets
Closing Night: Motherless Brooklyn (10/11: 6:15pm & 9:45pm, WRT) Buy Tickets

Additional tickets for previously standby screenings are now available to:
45 Seconds of Laughter (10/5)
Born To Be (9/29)
I Was at Home, But… (10/9)
Liberté (9/29)
The Moneychanger (10/10)

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Standby & Limited Availability Screenings – updated 9/15, 1pm [next update: 9/16, 11am]
Learn about our standby policy here or below. Please note additional tickets may become available in advance of the festival. We encourage you to subscribe to the festival newsletter or follow NYFF on social media (Twitter & Instagram) for ticketing alerts and updates.

Opening: The Irishman (9/27 & 9/28)
Centerpiece: Marriage Story (10/4: 6pm, 6:30pm, 8:45pm, 9pm & 9:30pm)
Closing: Motherless Brooklyn (10/10: 6pm, ATH)
63 Up (10/5 & 10/7)
American Trial (10/12)
Bacurau (10/2) – limited availability
Bitter Bread (10/3) – limited availability
The Booksellers (10/7 & 10/9)
Born To Be (9/28)
Bully. Coward. Victim. (9/29 & 9/30)
College Behind Bars (9/28) – 9/30 limited availability
Cunningham (9/29 & 10/1)
Directors Dialogue: Bong Joon-ho (10/8)
A Girl Missing (10/6) – 10/8 limited availability
Jazz on a Summer’s Day (9/28)
Joker (10/2)
Oliver Sacks: His Own Life (9/30 & 10/3)
On Cinema: Martin Scorsese (9/28)
On Cinema: Pedro Almodóvar (9/29)
Pain and Glory (9/28 & 9/29)
Parasite (10/5 & 10/7)
Portrait of a Lady on Fire (9/29 & 9/30)
The Raven (10/10, 10/11 & 10/12)
Sátántangó (9/29)
Saturday Fiction (10/8 & 10/9)
Screenwriting Master Class: Olivier Assayas (10/6)
Sibyl (10/6)
Shorts Program 3: Narrative (10/7) – limited availability
Synonyms(10/1)
To the Ends of the Earth (10/5 & 10/10)
Varda by Agnès (10/10)
Virtual Cinema: Program One (10/12, 1pm)
Vitalina Varela (10/6) 
Wasp Network (10/5)
The Whistlers (10/7)
The Wild Goose Lake (10/1)
Young Ahmed (10/2)

Standby Policy (during the festival)
Please note that we will aim to make additional tickets available for the below screenings. For ticketing updates, we recommend signing up for the NYFF57 newsletter or following us on Twitter.

  • A standby line will form at the corresponding venue’s box office one hour prior to showtime and any available tickets will be sold to the line on a first-come, first-served basis, subject to availability.
  • Maximum of one ticket per person.
  • Regular ticket prices apply.
  • It is not uncommon for tickets to become available to Standby Only screenings at a later date, most commonly a few days before or on the morning of the screening. Unfortunately, it is not possible for us to predict in advance exactly when this will happen, nor for which films.
  • The best ways to stay up-to-date with festival news are to subscribe to the festival newsletter, follow the festival on Twitter, and download the Film at Lincoln Center mobile app. We will also post any ticket updates in the Announcements area of the NYFF homepage once tickets are on sale.

Rush Tickets
Available day-of the screening at the corresponding box office, beginning one hour prior to showtime. Rush tickets are $15 for Main Slate, Spotlight on Documentary, Special Event screenings, and Talks; and $10 for Projections, Retrospective, and Revivals.