New York New Directors/New Films
New Directors/New Films
The Film Society of Lincoln Center
165 West 65th Street
10023 New York
phone +1-212-8 75 56 38
fax +1-212-8 75 56 56
Museum of Modern Art
Department of Film and Media
11 West 53rd Street
10019 New York
phone +1-2 12-7 08 96 10
fax +1-2 12-7 08 98 57
Year of Foundation 1972
Event Date from 25 March 2020 till 05 April 2020
Event Date !!!POSTPONED!!!
in New York, United States
Sections no specific section
Terms of Entry Submission by invitation ONLY!
Works of all lenghts will be considered.
Entries must be New York premieres and must have been completed in 2019. Films shown in other festivals or public screenings in New York are not eligible for consideration.
Subtitles English subtitles necessary
Attendance Figures 27,000 sold out presentations
Participants of the Film Industry approx. 200 accredited national industry representatives; about 50-100 guests of the festival; about 40 international representatives of the film business
GIRAFFE by Anna Sofie Hartmann (DE/DK, Komplizen Film)
THE FEVER by Maya Da-Rin (BR/FR/DE, Komplizen Film)
THE TROUBLE WITH BEING BORN by Sandra Wollner (AT/DE, The Barricades, Film Academy Baden-Württemberg)
AFTER TWO HOURS, TEN MINUTES HAD PASSED by Steffen Goldkamp (HFBK Hamburg)
BLACK SUN von Arda Çiltepe (DE/TR, HFBK Hamburg)
Number of Films Shown 27 international features, 13 short films from 29 countries
Media Coverage primarily national with a strong emphasis on the New York area, some international print coverage
Evaluation Presented by The Film Society of Lincoln Center and The Museum of Modern Art, "New Directors/New Films" has earned an international reputation as the foremost forum for film art that breaks and re-makes the cinematic mould. "New Directors/New Films" nurtures directorial talent by creating an invaluable opportunity for that talent to win public support and acceptance. A highly prestigious festival that is watched closely by distributors and critics in the USA. Just like "the big" New York Film Festival every film presented receives a New York Times review which is read by the entire US film community - hence a good review can pave the way for US exhibition, the opposite is also true.