Jonze's quirky love story is a hit with critics and festivalgoers, but can such an unconventional film win over Academy voters?
NYFF also unveils lineup of revival screenings that includes works from Martin Scorsese, Luchino Visconti and Nicholas Ray
Here's how the awards-season looks, going into a key a six-week blitz that includes the Venice, Telluride, Toronto and New York festivals
Star of "Blue Jasmine" and director/star of "The Invisible Man" will receive gala tributes and dinners at this year's NYFF
"Inside Llewyn Davis," "Nebraska" and "All Is Lost" are playing festivals before and after TIFF, but bypassing what is usually a regular stop on the...
"Inside Llewyn Davis," "Nebraska," "The Immigrant," "All Is Lost," "Blue Is the Warmest Color" join 2013 NYFF lineup
Ben Stiller's upcoming remake has been chosen as the film festival's Centerpiece Gala presentation
Paul Greengrass drama starring Tom Hanks continues trend of high-profile NYFF openers, including "Life of Pi" and "The Social Network"
"Lincoln" seems likely to score Best Picture and Best Director nods for Steven Spielberg and a nomination for Daniel Day Lewis
More than $375 million has been pledged on the site, but Yancey Strickler insists the site is about art for art's sake
"Brokeback Mountain" director Ang Lee joined the Directors Dialogue series and will screen his upcoming film "Life of Pi"
Main NYFF lineup adds Michael Haneke's acclaimed drama "Amour," Brian De Palma's "Passion" and FDR drama "Hyde Park on Hudson," among others
Film about '60s Jersey rock scene is directorial debut of "The Sopranos" creator David Chase, and will feature soundtrack produced by Steve Van Zandt
"Life of Pi," from "Brokeback Mountain" and "Crouching Tiger" director Ang Lee, will have its world premiere at NYFF on Sept. 28
50th New York Film Festival will close with world premiere of Robert Zemeckis' "Flight," featuring Denzel Washington as airline pilot
Amos Vogel, who made a sophisticated mark on the American film scene, died on Tuesday in Manhattan at 91
The consensus after a sneak screening of Scorsese's work in progress: the director has made landmark use of the oft-derided format
Jodie Foster is the weakest link in the director's adaptation of the Tony-winning play, opening the New York Film Festival
Additions to NYFF programming include sneak preview of Stone's "Secret History of the United States" miniseries
Film is Alexander Payne's first since "Sideways"; Martin Scorsese's George Harrison doc will also screen
Film stars Michelle Williams as Marilyn Monroe; restored "Ben-Hur," Nicholas Ray film also added to NYFF slate
“Secretariat” leaves the gate, and Lionsgate downplays the actresses in “For Colored Girls"
Fest news, more Mara, and cut the cuts
NYFF announces 25 more films, including Clint Eastwood's "Hereafter"
“The Tempest” books another fest, and 3D takes to the dance floor
She replaces Mara Manus, who'll step down after two years in the post
Written by Aaron Sorkin, film is about founding of Facebook
If the audience for the New York Film Festival is defined as a standard American bunch, there are a number of entries this year to...
Both "Precious" and "Trash Humpers" bring on the dissent
A complete rundown of the 17-day festival.