A visual and aural delight, Terence Nance's An Oversimplification of Her Beauty represents a bold new vision from an artist hesitant to call himself a filmmaker.
Relive this year's ND/NF through photos of the Opening and Closing Night parties, filmmaker Q&As, special guests, and other events!
Missed Upstream Color at New Directors/New Films? We've got you covered with video of Shane Carruth discussing the film's visual language, storyboarding, title, and the connection to Henry David Thoreau's Walden, just in time for its theatrical run!
Film Society's group for film supporters in their 20s and 30s teamed up with our showcase of emerging cinematic talent to throw this year's ND/NF Closing Night party! Check out photos from the screening of Our Nixon and fete in the Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center.
Fifty years separate Jean Rouch and Edgar Morin's landmark film Chronicle of a Summer from three documentaries that screened at 42nd New Directors/New Films, yet all grapple with how to capture authentic reality on screen.
Penny Lane kicks off FilmLinc Daily's new weekly column spotlighting budding cinematic talent. Her inventive doc, which closes New Directors/New Films this weekend, offers a unique and intimate perspective on one of the most notorious politicians in American history.
Your wish is our command! After quite a few requests, we've put together a list of every feature that has played New Directors/New Films since its inception in 1972!
New Directors/New Films filmmaker Joshua Oppenheimer's discusses The Act of Killing, an important and inventive documentary that dramatically tells the story of a 20th century genocide in Indonesia of which few around the world are aware.
Photos from Opening Night of the 42nd New Directors/New Films festival and FilmLinc Daily catches up with some of the "new directors" to get their reactions to screening their work in the festival and what they're looking forward to seeing.
Ahead of the Opening Night screening of his debut feature at the 42nd New Directors/New Films festival, FilmLinc Daily spoke with Moors about the disturbing events that lead two people to go on a real-life rampage around the U.S. capital 10 years ago.
From the New York Times to Film.com, critics of all walks are gushing over this year's ND/NF lineup! We've collected up some of our favorite previews of the fest to help you explore this showcase of new cinematic talent.
Steven Spielberg, Chantal Akerman, Richard Linklater, Wong Kar-wai, Kelly Reichert, and Pedro Almodóvar are just a few of the filmmakers that have segued to major success after debuting their early work at New Directors/New Films. We take a look back at the history of the festival as the 42nd edition gets underway.
Check out the infectious new trailer for the 2013 edition of our annual showcase of emerging filmmaking talent!
We're so excited about the New Directors/New Films lineup and beautiful new website that we're feeling generous! Identify as many films as you can by March 10 to win two tickets to Blue Caprice and afterparty, plus a five-film ND/NF package!
Alexandre Moors's Blue Caprice and Penny Lane's Our Nixon will bookend the showcase of emerging filmmakers taking place March 20 - 31. New Director/New Films is presented by the Film Society of Lincoln Center and the Museum of Modern Art.