Through Sunday, you’ve got the chance to catch a film made someone who just may be the next huge director. That’s because the New Directors/ New Films festival is in town–and it just so happens to be taking place at both the Film Society of Lincoln Center (right near The Phillips Club) and the MoMA (very closeby).
Now in its 46th year, the event celebrates the talents of today’s most promising talents in the future of cinema through a great lineup of movies with tickets from just $12. In the past, it’s brought names like Spike Lee to the forefront, so consider it money very well-spent.
On our radar is My Happy Family, about a middle aged woman yearning to break free; Autumn, Autumn, the story of a young man on a train next to an older couple in Seoul; and Person to Person, about a rookie crime reporter and her eccentric boss.
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