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New York Film Festival Reveals Main Slate

The 61st New York Film Festival reveals its main slate including Poor Things, All of Us Strangers, and Anatomy of a Fall.

The festival opener is Todd Haynes’ May December. The closing night film is Michael Mann’s Ferrari. Sofia Coppola’s Priscilla biopic is this year’s centerpiece film.

New York Film Festival Main Slate Line-up

The main slate includes the following films:

  • May December by Todd Haynes, starring Natalie Portman, Julianne Moore, and Charles Melton. Runtime 113 minutes.
  • Priscilla by Sofia Coppola, starring Jacob Elordi and Cailee Spaeny. Runtime 110 minutes.
  • About Dry Grasses by Nuri Bilge Ceylan, starring Deniz Celiloglu and Merve Dizdar. Runtime 197 minutes.
  • All Dirt Roads Taste of Salt by Raven Jackson, starring Moses Ingram and Charleen McClure. Runtime 97 minutes.
  • All of Us Strangers by Andrew Haigh, starring Andrew Scott and Paul Mescal. Runtime 105 minutes.
  • Anatomy of a Fall by Justine Triet, starring Samuel Theis and Sandra Hüller. Runtime 150 minutes.
  • The Beast by Bertrand Bonello, starring Léa Seydoux. Runtime 146 minutes.
  • La Chimera by Alice Rohrwacher, starring Josh O’Connor. Runtime 135 minutes.
  • Close Your Eyes by Victor Erice, starring Manolo Solo. Runtime 169 minutes.
  • The Delinquents by Rodrigo Moreno, starring Daniel Elías. Runtime 183 minutes.
  • Do Not Expect Too Much from the End of the World by Radu Jude, starring Ilinca Manolache. Runtime 163 minutes.
  • Eureka by Lisandro Alonso, starring Viggo Mortensen and Chiara Mastroianni. Runtime 146 minutes.
  • Evil Does Not Exist by Ryûsuke Hamaguchi, starring Hitoshi Omika and Ryo Nishikawa. Runtime 105 minutes.

More to Know

Several more films are on the main slate line-up. Even more films are in the spotlight line-up, including Drive My Car, by Ryûsuke Hamaguchi, and Maestro, starring Bradley Cooper.

The main slate includes films from the United States, Spain, Italy, Romania, France, Argentina, Turkey, the United Kingdom, Portugal, Japan, Finland, Poland, the Czech Republic, Belgium, South Korea, Germany, Greece, Serbia, Brazil, Ireland, Chile, China, Luxembourg, and the Netherlands.

More information about this year’s festival can be found on the official website. The 61st New York Film Festival, presented by Film at Lincoln Center, runs from September 29th to October 15th at Lincoln Center in New York City.

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