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    NEW DIRECTORS/NEW FILMS 2022 (April 20-May 1, 2022)



    NEW DIRECTORS/NEW FILMS 2022 (April 20-May 1, 2022)

    FESTIVAL COVERAGE THREAD

    The series is back. Filmleaf will be providing coverage.
    Film at Lincoln Center website

    Opening Night—Audrey Diwan’s Happening
    Closing Night—Martine Syms’s The African Desperate


    Presented in the FLC and MoMA cinemas
    New York, NY (March 29, 2022) – Film at Lincoln Center and The Museum of Modern Art announce the 51st edition of New Directors/New Films (ND/NF), April 20–May 1. For more than half a century, the festival has celebrated filmmakers who speak to the present and anticipate the future of cinema, and whose bold work pushes the envelope in unexpected, striking ways. This year’s festival will introduce 26 features and 11 shorts, a total of 39 directors, 21 of which are women, to filmgoers in theaters at both FLC and MoMA.

    La Frances Hui, Curator, Department of Film, MoMA and 2022 ND/NF Co-chair observes, "Portraits of individuals and communities navigating uncertain and turbulent circumstances in pursuit of freedom, self-determination, and survival set a remarkably contemplative tone to the lineup. This year’s new directors look inwards and draw on events past and present to reflect on our collective humanity. Together, these films reaffirm the creative power of cinema to see, critique, and inspire the way we live."

    Opening the festival is Audrey Diwan’s Happening, the winner of the 2021 Venice International Film Festival’s prestigious Golden Lion, a gripping portrait of a young woman’s attempts to secure an illegal abortion in 1960s France. ND/NF will close with The African Desperate, a frantic, wildly engaging debut feature from Martine Syms, rushing through 24 hours in the life of Palace (Syms’s fellow visual artist Diamond Stingily) on a hazy, often hilarious, and occasionally surreal trip through those moments where one’s life feels on the precipice. The rest of the lineup showcases work from a broad geographic range, with films from China, India, Norway, Argentina, Mexico, South Korea, France, and Rwanda; prizewinners from Berlin (Robe of Gems), Sundance (Dos Estaciones, Nanny), and Venice (Pilgrims, Full Time, White Building); and many feature debuts.

    The complete 2022 New Directors/New Films lineup:

    Features
    The African Desperate dir. Martine Syms
    Album for the Youth dir. Malena Solarz
    The Apartment with Two Women dir. Kim Se-in
    Blue Island dir. Chan Tze Woon
    The Cathedral dir. Ricky D’Ambrose
    Children of the Mist dir. Diễm Hŕ Lệ
    The City and the City dir. Christos Passalis and Syllas Tzoumerkas
    Dos Estaciones dir. Juan Pablo González
    Father’s Day dir. Kivu Ruhorahoza
    Fire of Love dir. Sara Dosa
    Full Time dir. Éric Gravel
    Happening dir. Audrey Diwan
    Hot in Day, Cold at Night dir. Park Song-yeol
    The Innocents dir. Eskil Vogt
    Nanny dir. Nikyatu Jusu
    Once Upon a Time in Calcutta dir. Aditya Vikram Sengupta
    Onoda - 10,000 Nights in the Jungle dir. Arthur Harari
    Pilgrims dir. Laurynas Bareiša
    Rehana dir. Abdullah Mohammad Saad
    Riotsville, USA dir. Sierra Pettengill
    Robe of Gems dir. Natalia López Gallardo
    Shankar’s Fairies dir. Irfana Majumdar
    Singing in the Wilderness dir. Dongnan Chen
    Small, Slow but Steady dir. Shô Miyake
    Talking About the Weather dir. Annika Pinske
    White Building dir. Kavich Neang

    Shorts
    Astel dir. Ramata-Toulaye Sy
    August Sky dir. Jasmin Tenucci
    Crystalized Memory dir. Chonchanok Thanatteepwong
    The Eternal Melody dir. Niranjan Raj Bhetwal
    Five Minutes Older dir. Sara Szymanska
    Further and Further Away dir. Polen Ly
    It’s Raining Frogs Outside dir. Maria Estela Paiso
    Lili Alone dir. Zou Jing
    Madhu dir. Tanmay Chowdhary and Tanvi Chowdhary
    North Pole dir. Marija Apcevska
    Suncatcher dir. Kim Torres
    Last edited by Chris Knipp; 04-19-2022 at 10:36 PM.

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