Don't miss our retrospective of the innovative and erotic cinema of French-Polish master Walerian Borowczyk (April 2 - 9).

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The second edition of our nonfiction festival Art of the Real includes a tribute to Agnès Varda and a spotlight on reenactment.

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Viggo Mortensen stars in Jauja by NYFF Filmmaker in Residence Lisandro Alonso, "a work of outrageous beauty" (Village Voice).

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The horror experts at Bloody Disgusting call It Follows a "modern genre masterpiece" and "nothing short of brilliant." Now playing!

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A.V. Club says: "It’s rare that movies capture the cumulative toil of the creative process as profoundly as Ballet 422." Now playing!

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Kitchen Sink Cinema: Artist-Run Film Laboratories

Taking stock: an in-depth look at the alternative routes to processing film in an age of waning options

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Meet the (New) Director: Rick Alverson, ‘Entertainment’

Rick Alverson’s black comedy Entertainment screens as the Closing Night selection of the 44th New Director/New Films this Sunday, March 29. Alverson discusses how growing up as an introvert left him with a fascination for how people communicate.

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Bombast: Posthumous Performance

Mortality bites: a consideration of actors who died before finishing their final films

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Interview: Larry Clark (Part Two)

The director of Marfa Girl and The Smell of Us marvels at the improv of James Woods, blasts a prominent critic (or two), and talks Cab Calloway

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Meet the (New) Director: Stevan Riley, ‘Listen to Me Marlon’

Following its buzzed-about premiere at Sundance, Listen to Me Marlon, Stevan Riley’s intimate portrait of legendary actor Marlon Brando, screens as part of the 44th New Directors/New Films, which continues through Sunday.

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Meet the (New) Director: Salomé Alexi, ‘Line of Credit’

Salomé Alexi’s feature-film debut, Line of Credit, is a gently humorous story about an indebted shopkeeper trying to stay afloat. In her comments about the feature, screening in the 44th New Directors/New Films, Alexi talks finding inspiration in painting, and the trials of adapting to capitalism in a Soviet society.

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Images from the 44th New Directors/New Films (So Far)

As New Directors/New Films heads into its final stretch, FilmLinc takes a look at images from the past week. For 44 years, ND/NF, presented by the Film Society and MoMA, has been a beacon for audiences to see some of the best work by emerging filmmakers. The festival continues through Sunday.

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Interview: Bill Pankow

Double vision: the editor of Carlito’s Way, Femme Fatale, and more discusses his longtime collaboration with Brian De Palma

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Deep Focus: White God

Obedience school: Kornél Mundruczó's moralistic, modern-day parable about outsiders has little bark and no bite

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