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How can I get discounted tickets?
All FLC Members get discounted tickets at NYFF61, starting at $13, and year-round. Become a Member today!

I have a question about my order. Who can I contact?
Please email [email protected] with your order details.

How can I purchase NYFF61 merch?
Explore NYFF61 merch, available exclusively at the merch booths at Alice Tully Hall and Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center during the festival. Jim Jarmusch’s limited edition NYFF61 poster is available for purchase online.

What is NYFF61?
Returning every fall to celebrate a new slate of essential cinema from around the globe, NYFF has been an enduring part of New York’s rich cultural and historical landscape since 1963. Produced by Film at Lincoln Center, the 61st edition will take place from September 29 through October 15, 2023.

Where will NYFF61 take place?
NYFF61 will take place at Lincoln Center venues (Alice Tully Hall, David Geffen Hall, Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center, and Walter Reade Theater) as well as local arthouse theaters in all five boroughs of New York City: Alamo Drafthouse Cinema (Staten Island), BAM (Brooklyn Academy of Music) (Brooklyn), the Bronx Museum of the Arts (Bronx), Maysles Documentary Center in Harlem (Manhattan), and the Museum of the Moving Image (Queens). Learn more.

What films will screen at NYFF61 and when?
Explore all films here and the schedule here.

What sections are in NYFF61?
NYFF61 is comprised of five sections:

  • Main Slate is the core of the program, a selection of the most exceptional new films from around the world.
  • Currents complements the Main Slate, tracing a more complete picture of contemporary cinema with an emphasis on new and innovative forms and voices.
  • Spotlight expands the vision of the Main Slate, showcasing a selection of the season’s most anticipated and significant films.
  • Revivals showcases important works from renowned filmmakers that have been digitally remastered, restored, and preserved with the assistance of generous partners.
  • Talks features in-depth conversations with filmmakers, critics, curators, and more.

Who programs and produces NYFF61?
NYFF61 is produced by Film at Lincoln Center. Meet the NYFF61 team here and FLC staff here.

What partnership and advertising opportunities are available at NYFF61?
For partnership opportunities, please contact Liz Gardner at [email protected] or call 212.671.4559. Learn more here.

Are there community partnership opportunities with NYFF?
The NYFF Community Partnership Program allows the festival to offer complimentary and discounted tickets to select NYFF programming to local organizations and students in the metro NYC region. This program is part of FLC’s mission to make our arts programming accessible to diverse audiences and allows us to also foster connections between our audiences and local organizations making an impact. While the deadline has passed to become a community partner, feel free to reach out to
[email protected] for more information.

Can I volunteer for NYFF61?
Our volunteer call is now closed. Learn more here.

How can I apply for press or industry accreditation?
Press and industry accreditation is now closed. Follow NYFF61 press updates here.

Are there Critics and Artists Academies taking place at NYFF61?
Yes, applications are now closed. Learn more about this year’s participants.

Can I submit my film to NYFF61?
Short film submissions to NYFF61 are now closed. Feature film submissions are by invitation only and now closed.

Is there a list of past NYFF films?
Yes, explore our extensive timeline of the history of FLC here, including all NYFF Main Slate selections and more.