NYFF 2017: Spotlight on Documentary Lineup

Following the lineups for the New York Film Festival’s Main Slate and Projections program, the Revivals and the Retrospective, the Film Society of Lincoln Center now presents the complete lineup for the Spotlight on Documentary section.

For descriptions and further details, click here. The fifty-fifth of the NYFF runs from September 28 through October 15.

Arthur Miller: Writer, directed by Rebecca Miller

BOOM FOR REAL The Late Teenage Years of Jean-Michel Basquiat, Sara Driver, U.S. Premiere

Cielo, Alison McAlpine, World Premiere

Did You Wonder Who Fired the Gun?, Travis Wilkerson

El mar la mar, Joshua Bonnetta and J.P. Sniadecki; image above

Filmworker, Tony Zierra; reviews from Cannes

Hall of Mirrors, Ena Talakic and Ines Talakic, World Premiere

Jane, Brett Morgen, U.S. Premiere

Joan Didion: The Center Will Not Hold, Griffin Dunne, World Premiere

No Stone Unturned, Alex Gibney, World Premiere

Piazza Vittorio, Abel Ferrara, North American Premiere

The Rape of Recy Taylor, Nancy Buirski, North American Premiere

Sea Sorrow, Vanessa Redgrave; reviews from Cannes

A Skin So Soft, Denis Côté, U.S. Premiere; reviews from Locarno

Speak Up, Stéphane de Freitas, co-directed by Ladj Ly, North American Premiere

The Venerable W., Barbet Schroeder; preceded by What Are You Up to, Barbet Schroeder?

Voyeur, Myles Kane and Josh Koury, World Premiere

And three music films by Mathieu Amalric: C’est presque au bout du monde (2015), Zorn (2010-2017), and Music Is Music (2017)

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