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Daily | NYFF 2015 | Chantal Akerman’s NO HOME MOVIE

October 6, 2015
'No Home Movie'

“It is as if Chantal Akerman has revealed the core of her work and her wounds in the most naked of ways.”

Daily | NYFF 2015 | Athina Rachel Tsangari’s CHEVALIER

October 6, 2015

“The ridiculousness of the men’s aggression sneaks up on you.”

Daily | NYFF 2015 | László Nemes’s SON OF SAUL

October 6, 2015
'Son of Saul'

One of the most hotly debated films at Cannes this year.

Daily | NYFF 2015 | Michael Almereyda’s EXPERIMENTER

October 6, 2015
Peter Sarsgaard and Winona Ryder in 'Experimenter'

“A conceptually exciting, intellectually searching portrait.”

Daily | NYFF 2015 | Philippe Garrel’s IN THE SHADOW OF WOMEN

October 5, 2015
Stanislas Merhar in 'In the Shadow of Women'

Plus Miriam Bale’s 2014 interview with Garrel.

Daily | NYFF 2015 | Steven Spielberg’s BRIDGE OF SPIES

October 5, 2015
Tom Hanks in 'Bridge of Spies'

“A deeply satisfying Cold War spy thriller.” Updated.

Daily | NYFF 2015 | Stig Björkman’s INGRID BERGMAN: IN HER OWN WORDS

October 5, 2015
'Ingrid Bergman: In Her Own Words'

“A stirring and insightful biography of assemblage.”

Daily | NYFF 2015 | Laura Israel’s DON’T BLINK: ROBERT FRANK

October 4, 2015
'Don't Blink: Robert Frank'

“Funny, warm and multi-faceted, never reverential.” Updated through 10/5.

Daily | NYFF 2015 | Michel Gondry’s MICROBE & GASOLINE

October 4, 2015
'Microbe & Gasoline'

“A sweet, honest and rounded portrayal of male teenage friendship.”

Daily | NYFF 2015 | Danny Boyle’s STEVE JOBS

October 3, 2015
Michael Fassbender in 'Steve Jobs'

“Focusing on Jobs’s flaws makes him seem even grander.” Updated through 10/5.

Daily | NYFF 2015 | Michael Moore’s WHERE TO INVADE NEXT

October 3, 2015
Michael Moore in 'Where to Invade Next'

“Moore’s most far-reaching film.” Updated through 10/5.

Daily | NYFF 2015 | Jacob Bernstein’s EVERYTHING IS COPY

October 3, 2015
Nora Ephron in 'Everything Is Copy'

“Frisky, funny, and heartbreaking.”