In honor of Korean actress Youn Yuh-jung's historic Oscar nomination this year, explore our five-film retrospective of her recent work. April 9-18!
Closes April 16! This revelatory film examines government corruption in South China and its infective reach into even the most idealistic minds.
An endlessly generative ensemble film about a group of young Black artists and activists who decide to live together and form a radical collective.
A tender and sweeping story about a Korean-American family that moves to a tiny Arkansas farm in search of their own American Dream.
Assayas’s radical, thought-provoking cyber-thriller depicts the international aristocracies of capitalism in the early 2000s.
Both a breezy vacation comedy and a fascinating formal experiment, In Another Country tells three distinct variations on the same story of infidelity.
A delicate, metaphorical look at the fragile political state of Brazil from the perspectives of a father and daughter of indigenous Desana descent.
Tarkovsky’s fourth feature and perhaps most personal and evocative work traverses three generations of a poet’s family in 20th-century Russia.
The Bacchus Lady offers a lighthearted yet incisive examination of taboo topics, with Youn Yuh-jung in a masterful star turn as an aging prostitute.
Asili’s cycle of five shorts collapses time and space to reveal the hidden resonances between the Black American experience and the African diaspora.
Pietro Marcello's NYFF favorite is "everything I love in movies," says A.O. Scott at The New York Times. Critic's Pick!