Category Archives: New York Film Festival

Critic’s Notebook: A Guide to Enjoying the Final Stretch of the New York Film Festival

The festival, which runs through Oct. 16, tends to front-load its big premieres, but it has grown so large that attendees can still find plenty to watch.

Critic’s Notebook: One of the New York Film Festival’s Best Movies Isn’t at the Main Event

Among the noncommercial and avant-garde works in the festival is a gem from Robert Beavers, “From the Notebook of …” Our critic calls it a masterpiece.

Critic’s Notebook: New York Film Festival: Determined Women and Uncertainty in the World

Films like “20th Century Women” and “Personal Shopper” offer female perspectives, while “Fire at Sea” and “Sieranevada” evoke the feeling of civilization coming apart.