German director Jonas Bak’s “cross-cultural, patiently perceptive” debut feature Wood and Water screens in this year’s 50th anniversary New Directors / New Films.
New Directors/New Films Film Festival
NAME OF FESTIVAL: New Directors/New Films Film Festival
WHERE: New York City, New York
ABOUT THE FESTIVAL: Since 1972, the festival has been an annual rite of early spring in New York City, bringing exciting discoveries from around the world to adventurous moviegoers. All aspects of cinema, from production to exhibition, have changed dramatically over the years, but the spirit of innovation and the element of surprise that have always defined this festival remain intact.
Amalia Ulman’s El Planeta will open the 50th anniversary edition of New Directors/New Films in NYC presented by MoMA and Film at Lincoln Center.
The rescheduled 49th New Directors/New Films returns in December with 24 features and 10 shorts showcased virtually to audiences nationwide.
Coronavirus Updates: SOMA, TCM CLASSIC Film Festivals Cancelled, Miami Cancels Public Screening, Montclair, Oxford, New Directors/New Films Postponed
SOMA, TCM Classic, CinemaCon, and Montclair Film Festival announced that the 2020 editions of the festival have been cancelled or postponed.
This year’s New Directors/New Films will introduce 27 features and 10 short films to New York, opening with Sundance winner Boys State.
This year’s lineup for the 48th annual New Directors/New Films will introduce 24 features and 11 short films to New York audiences, with 15 films directed or co-directed by women.
The 47th annual New Directors/New Films festival presented by the Film Society of Lincoln Center and The Museum of Modern Art, will introduce 25 features and 10 short films to New York audiences
Award-Winning Chinese Film THE SUMMER IS GONE to Screen at New Directors/New Films Festival in New York | Trailer
The Summer Is Gone, an award-winning film produced by China’s iQIYI Motion Pictures has been selected to screen in the 2017 New Directors/New Films Festival in New York.
Lady Macbeth, an adaptation of Nikolai Leskov’s 1865 novella “Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk” relocated to Victorian England, will make its New York premiere at the 2017 New Directors/New Films series, and open theatrically on July 14.
The complete lineup of 29 features and nine short films has been announced for the 46th annual New Directors/New Films (ND/NF), taking place March 15 to 26, 2917.
The Film Society of Lincoln Center and The Museum of Modern Art have announced the complete lineup for the 2016 New Directors / New Films (ND/NF), taking place March 16 to 27 in New York City.