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NYFF 2010. Index

This index is a little different from those for, say, Cannes, Venice or Toronto because we already have roundups for most of the films — from Cannes, Venice and Toronto. So the titles become links to NYFF-specific roundups as they're posted. The rest, I hope, is self-explanatory.

 

MAIN SLATE


Olivier Assayas's Carlos. Cannes.

Xavier Beauvois's Of Gods and Men. Cannes. Glenn Kenny's review.

Clint Eastwood's Hereafter. Closing Night. Toronto.

Michael Epstein's LennonNYC.

Aleksei Fedorchenko's Silent Souls. Venice and Toronto.

Charles Ferguson's Inside Job. Cannes.

David Fincher's The Social Network. Opening Night. Ignatiy Vishnevetsky's review.

Michelangelo Frammartino's The Four Times. Cannes. Daniel Kasman's quick take.

Jean-Luc Godard's Film Socialisme. Cannes and Toronto. Daniel Kasman's review.

Jorge Michel Grau's We Are What We Are. Cannes.

Benjamin Heisenberg's The Robber. Berlin.

Hong Sang-soo's Oki's Movie. Toronto. Notes from Daniel Kasman.

Abdellatif Kechiche's Black Venus. Venice.

Patrick Keiller's Robinson in Ruins. Venice.

Abbas Kiarostami's Certified Copy. Cannes.

Lee Chang-dong's Poetry. Cannes. Daniel Kasman's quick take.

Mike Leigh's Another Year. Cannes. Daniel Kasman's review.

Pablo Larraín's Post Mortem. Venice.

Sergei Loznitsa's My Joy. Cannes. Daniel Kasman's review.

Radu Muntean's Tuesday, After Christmas. Cannes. Daniel Kasman's review.

Manoel de Oliveira's The Strange Case of Angelika. Cannes. Daniel Kasman's review.

Cristi Puiu's Aurora. Cannes. Daniel Kasman's review.

Kelly Reichardt's Meek's Cutoff. Venice and Toronto. First thoughts from Daniel Kasman and Boyd van Hoeij.

Raúl Ruiz's Mysteries of Lisbon. Toronto. Daniel Kasman's review.

Sebastián Silva and Pedro Peirano's Old Cats.

Julie Taymor's The Tempest. Centerpiece. Venice.

Apichatpong Weerasethakul's Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives. Cannes. Daniel Kasman's review and interview with Joe.

... and Revolución, an omnibus film with contributions from Gael García Bernal, Mariana Chenillo, Amat Escalante, Fernando Eimbcke, Rodrigo García, Diego Luna, Gerardo Naranjo, Rodrigo Plá, Carlos Reygadas and Patricia Riggen.

 

SPECIAL EVENTS


Joe Dante's The Hole.

Craig McCall's Cameraman: The Life and Work of Jack Cardiff, screening with Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger's A Matter of Life and Death. Cannes.

Verena Paravel and JP Sniadecki's Foreign Parts.

Stuart Schulberg's Nuremberg.

Martin Scorsese and Kent Jones's A Letter to Elia, screening with Elia Kazan's America, America. Venice and Telluride.

Andrei Ujică's The Autobiography of Nicolae Ceauşescu. Cannes. Daniel Kasman's review.

Frederick Wiseman's Boxing Gym. Cannes.

 

MASTERWORKS


Fernando de Fuentes's Mexican Revolution Trilogy.

Elegant Elegies: The Films of Masahiro Shinoda.

 

VIEWS FROM THE AVANT-GARDE


The best place to start for now, considering that there is some overlap, is Michael Sicinski's preview of the Wavelengths program in Toronto.

James Benning's Ruhr. Matthew Flanagan's review.

And the roundup's begun.

 

COMMENTARY, ETC


Adrian Curry rounds up the current posters for nearly every film screening at the festival.

Filmmaker's Scott Macaulay presents Jamie Stuart's NYFF 48, "the latest in his annual cinematic trips to the New York Film Festival, 'a 13-minute impressionistic juxtaposition of modern film's evolution and man's progress.' Turn your lights out, crank your speakers and watch. With appearances by David Fincher, Clint Eastwood, Olivier Assayas, Joe Dante, Charles Ferguson, Frederick Wiseman, and others."

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