More Films Added to NYFF 2015 Line-Up

Paul Thomas Anderson's Doc

The 53rd iteration of New York Film Festival has added a host of new movies, including Cannes winner Son of Saul, Paul Thomas Anderson‘s secret Jonny Greenwood documentary Junun and more.

The non-competitive festival, which runs September 25 through October 11, will also feature the North American premiere of the Brian De Palma biopic De Palma from Noah Baumbach and Jake Paltrow, the deeply intriguing Chevalier from Athina Rachel Tsangari (Attenberg), Laurie Anderson’s Heart of a Dog, and a special anniversary screening of Joel and Ethan Coen’s beloved roots-musical fantasia O Brother, Where Art Thou?, as well as revival screenings of Blow Out, Ran, A Touch of Zen and an unseen Manoel de Oliveira film.

Here’s the line-ups for this year’s Special Events and Revivals sections:

Special Events

Chevalier, Athina Rachel Tsangari (Greece)
De Palma, Noah Baumbach and Jake Paltrow (USA)
Heart of a Dog, Laurie Anderson (USA/France)
Junun, Paul Thomas Anderson (USA)
O Brother, Where Art Thou?, Joel and Ethan Coen (USA)
Son of Saul, Laszlo Nemes (Hungary)

Revivals

Blow Out, Brian De Palma (USA, 1981)
Ran, Akira Kurosawa (Japan, France, 1985)
A Touch of Zen, King Hu (Hong Kong, 1971/75)
Visit, or Memories and Confessions, Manoel de Oliveira (Portugal, 1982)
Black Girl, Ousmane Sembene (France, Senegal, 1965)
The Boys from Fengkuei, Hou Hsiao-hsien (Taiwan, 1983)
Heaven Can Wait, Ernst Lubitsch (USA, 1943)
Insiang, Lino Brocka (Philippines, 1976)
The Long Voyage Home, John Ford (USA, 1940)
The Memory of Justice, Marcel Ophuls (UK, USA, France, Germany, 1976)
Rocco and His Brothers, Luchino Visconti (Italy, France, 1960)

The festival previously announced 26 film for its main slate. Check them out below:

Opening, Closing, and Centrepiece

The Walk, Robert Zemeckis (USA) – Opening Night
Steve Jobs, Danny Boyle (USA) – Centrepiece
Miles Ahead, Don Cheadle (USA) – Closing Night

Main Slate

Arabian Nights Vol.1-3, Miguel Gomes (Portugal, France, Germany, Switzerland)
The Assassin, Hou Hsiao-Hsien (Taiwan, China, Hong Kong)
Bridge of Spies, Steven Spielberg (USA)
Brooklyn, John Crowley (UK, Ireland, Canada)
Carol, Todd Haynes (USA)
Cemetery of Splendour, Apichatpong Wereasethakul (Thailand, UK, France, Germany, Malaysia)
Les Cowboys, Thomas Bidegain (France)
Don’t Blink: Robert Frank, Laura Israel (USA, Canada)
Experimenter, Michael Almereyda (USA)
The Forbidden Room, Guy Maddin & Evan Johnson (Canada)
In the Shadow of Women, Philippe Garrel (France)
Journey to the Shore, Kiyoshi Kurosawa (Japan, France)
The Lobster, Yorgos Lanthimos (France, Netherlands, Greece, UK)
Maggie’s Plan, Rebecca Miller (USA)
The Measure of a Man, Stephane Brize (France)
Mia Madre, Nanni Moretti (Italy, France)
Microbe & Gasoline, Michel Gondry (France)
Mountains May Depart, Jia Zhang-Ke (China, Japan, France)
My Golden Days, Arnaud Desplechin (France)
No Home Movie, Chantal Akerman (Belgium, France)
Right Now, Wrong Then, Hong Sangsoo (South Korea)
The Treasure, Corneliu Porumboiu (Romania)
Where to Invade Next, Michael Moore (USA)

New York Film Festival

Please visit the NYFF website for more information about the films (HERE and HERE).