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Festivals

Meth Storm, Mole Man, and Rodents of Unusual Size | DOC NYC 2017

Meth Storm is an experience that’s hard to shake, a 66-year-old man with autism has a gift for building structures, and an epic battle of man versus nature takes place in the Louisiana bayous.

DOC NYC 2017

This year’s festival features a big, lively slate of world and U.S. premieres.

Baumbach, Martel, and Denis | NYFF 2017

Among the films by directors returning to the New York Film Festival, Noah Baumbach offered his most accomplished work to date.

The Shape of Water | Toronto 2017

Guillermo del Toro has made a new hybrid of lump-in-your-throat romance, espionage thrillers, and then some.

The Rape of Recy Taylor | NYFF 2017

This important documentary aims to correct a flagrant case of injustice and provide the context in which it took place.

Last Flag Flying | NYFF 2017

Richard Linklater’s new film was a surprisingly sentimental choice for the highbrow festival,

Five Foreign Films | NYFF 2017

The highlights include Valeska Grisebach’s Western and Agnieszka Holland and Kasia Adamik’s Spoor.

Intriguing Films and Talks at the New York Film Festival 2017

The 55th New York Film Festival kicks off its 18-day showcase on September 28 with the world premiere of Richard Linklater’s Last Flag Flying.

On Chesil Beach | TIFF 2017

Author Ian McEwan adapts his introspective, free-flowing, observational novella from 2007.