The New York Film Festival served an amazing plate of films. It has been the strangest year of our lives, but films have been important in keeping us sane. And film festivals have tried new ways to keep the audience engaged and enthralled. The New York Film Festival offered virtual cinema for people across the US to enjoy films at home. Since movie theatres are still closed in New York state, NYFF also presented the next best way for the audience to enjoy the communal experience. Three drive-in theatres — in Queens, Brooklyn and the Bronx — opened up their venues for NYFF. It was my first time watching a film at a drive-in and was wonderful to see images projected on the big screen once again. Instead of applauding the film at the end — the usual practice in theatres during festivals — the audience honked from their cars! NYFF’s programming suggested that 2020 has been a strong year for films, despite the pandemic. It had a healthy mix of films by masters and new filmmakers as well as restored classics they presented in the Revival section. Here are my top 10 films from this year’s NYFF. The Human… Read full this story
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