New York Film Festival line-up is out

(Photograph credit: SPC)

Unlike Telluride, New York Film Festival is not stopping and it just confirmed its line-up which has a lot of Berlin titles and some Cannes. already reported that “Nomadland” will be the center film and “French Exit” will be the closing film. Opening Night film will be Steve McQueen’s “Lovers Rock”. It’s also notable for its lack of American films since there will be only five US produced titles on the main slate so far. Korean director Hong Sang-soo is also back with a new film. The full line-up other than those mentioned:

Atarrabi and Mikelats  (Dir. Eugène Green)
Beginning   (Dir. Dea Kulumbegashvili)
The Calming  (Dir. Song Fang)
City Hall  (Dir. Frederick Wiseman)
Days  (Dir. Tsai Ming-liang)
The Disciple  (Dir. Chaitanya Tamhane)
Gunda  (Dir. Victor Kossakovsky)
I Carry You with Me (Te Llevo Conmigo)  (Dir. Heidi Ewing)
Isabella  (Dir. Matías Piñeiro)
Malmkrog  (Dir. Cristi Puiu)
Mangrove  (Dir. Steve McQueen)
MLK/FBI  (Dir. Sam Pollard)
Night of the Kings (La Nuit des Rois) (Dir. Philippe Lacôte)
Notturno (Dir. Gianfranco Rosi)
Red, White, and Blue (Dir. Steve McQueen)
The Salt of Tears (Dir. Philippe Garrel)
Swimming Out Till the Sea Turns Blue ( Dir. Jia Zhangke)
Time  (Dir. Garrett Bradley)
Tragic Jungle (Dir. Yulene Olaizola)
The Truffle Hunters (Dir. Michael Dweck, Gregory Kershaw)
Undine  (Dir. Christian Petzold)

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