‘Hamilton,’ Ava DuVernay And ‘Billy Lynn’ Are Headlining The 2016 New York Film Festival

In further to a initial glimpses of cardigan weather, an annual messenger of tumble in Manhattan is a New York Film Festival. Kicking off Friday and using by Oct. 16, a cinematic celebration picks adult where September’s trifecta (the Venice, Telluride and Toronto film festivals) leave off, ushering in status films from opposite a creation as Hollywood prepares for winter’s some-more art-house-oriented releases. 

This year’s NYFF opens with a premiere of Ava DuVernay’s new documentary about a 13th Amendment. Most of a lineup is peppered with standout titles from other festivals, including Sundance’s “Manchester by a Sea,” Cannes’ “Personal Shopper” and “Toni Erdmann,” and Toronto’s “My Entire High School Sinking Into a Sea” and “Jackie,” among others. But a few other films will make their universe premieres, and one of NYFF’s signatures is reconstruction screenings (this year’s includes Marlon Brando’s “One-Eyed Jacks” and Barbara Kopple’s “Harlan County, USA”) and conversations with filmmakers (Jim Jarmusch, Kenneth Lonergan and others are on hand). 

But adequate chatter. If we don’t live in New York, fear not ― most of a lineup is slated for melodramatic recover before a finish of a year. Put these cinema on your radar. 

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