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New York Film Festival Is a Feast for True Believers

New York Film Festival Is a Feast for True Believers

Agnès Varda and JR in “Faces Places.”
11 Movies You Need to Know at New Directors/New Films

11 Movies You Need to Know at New Directors/New Films

The documentary “Hale County This Morning, This Evening” is set in rural Alabama. It will close this year’s New Directors/New Films festival.

An Astounding Romanian Documentary About One Man’s Quest to Change the Rules of Soccer

Richard Brody reviews the documentary film “Infinite Football,” from the Romanian filmmaker Corneliu Porumboiu, which is screening at the Art of the Real series at Film Society of Lincoln Center.
For Milford Graves, Jazz Innovation Is Only Part of the Alchemy

For Milford Graves, Jazz Innovation Is Only Part of the Alchemy

Milford Graves in his Queens home. The jazz drummer’s garage and basement laboratory are filled with evidence of his varied interests, from martial arts to the biology of the human heart.
These Movies Haunted Me at the Human Rights Watch Festival

These Movies Haunted Me at the Human Rights Watch Festival

Nadia Murad, center, at an event honoring Yazidi victims of the Islamic State.
Spike Jonze Can Dance. But His Best Choreography Is Behind the Camera.

Spike Jonze Can Dance. But His Best Choreography Is Behind the Camera.

Spike Jonze, with the camera, filming FKA twigs in a dance-rich ad for the Apple HomePod.

‘Maria by Callas’ Charts the Downward Spiral of One of Opera’s Greatest Divas

A handsome but sentimental documentary about Maria Callas paints a portrait of the opera diva in decline.
Rendez-Vous with French Cinema showcase Unveils Lineup, Trailer

Rendez-Vous with French Cinema showcase Unveils Lineup, Trailer

Gilles Lellouche’s “Sink or Swim,” Mikhaël Hers’s “Amanda,” Louis-Julien Petit’s “Invisibles” and Eva Husson’s “Girls of the Sun” are set to screen at the 24th edition of the Rendez-Vous with French
After 50 Years, Film Society of Lincoln Center Is a ‘Society’ No More

After 50 Years, Film Society of Lincoln Center Is a ‘Society’ No More

Patrons at the New York Film Festival, one of the newly rechristened Film at Lincoln Center’s signature offerings.
Film Society of Lincoln Center Celebrates 50 Years of Cinematic Passion

Film Society of Lincoln Center Celebrates 50 Years of Cinematic Passion

As with many veterans of the Film Society of Lincoln Center, which is being renamed Film at Lincoln Center to mark its 50th Anniversary this week, longtime former executive director Joanne Koch has