New York Film Festival
Complete coverage of this year's New York Film Festival and reviews of the biggest premieres, from Hollywood's sharpest Oscar fare to the foreign fringe
Fri Sep 19 2014
- The 10 best NYFF films
- Review: Gone Girl
- Interview: David Fincher
- Review: Birdman
- Review: Two Days, One Night
The prestige cinema event of NYC's fall season, the New York Film Festival stretches back to 1963, when it established a mission of bringing the best work from around the world to Lincoln Center. Highly curated, this year's Main Slate includes 31 titles.
Tickets for NYFF are now on sale and can be purchased directly at the Alice Tully Hall box office from 10am to 6pm, daily. You can also purchase them online at www.filmlinc.com/NYFF or by phone using CenterCharge at 212.721.6500 (10am–9pm, daily).
The options are varied, but essentially, single tickets for the Alice Tully Hall screenings are $20 for Film Society of Lincoln Center members, $25 for nonmembers. (Save on service charges by buying tickets in person at the box office.) Screenings at other venues are $5 cheaper. The opening night, centerpiece and closing-night selections are $25–$50 pricier.
When is the New York Film Festival?
This year, the fest runs September 26–October 12, 2014.
Where is the New York Film Festival?
The festival's main venue is Lincoln Center's swanky Alice Tully Hall (1941 Broadway (between 65th and 66th Sts). All Main Slate titles have an initial screening there, with subsequent screenings at various Lincoln Center venues, including the Walter Reade Theater (165 W. 65th St) and the Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center (144 W. 65th St).
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