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48th Annual New Directors/New Films Lineup Announced

The Museum of Modern Art and the Film Society of Lincoln Center have revealed the lineup for the 48th annual New Directors/New Films (ND/NF) program, which includes 35 films from 29 countries with 10 North American Premieres and 2 World Premieres, 15

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ND/NF 2018: MÖBIUS Review

Writer/director Sam Kuhn seems to have an affinity for the forest; seeing it as a miraculous space, beckoning those to enter and explore, enticing any and all with the allure of some fantastical quest or an objective that will reveal one or two illuminating truths or, at the very least, the promise of respite from the day-to-day trivialities life has to offer.

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Viewers acquainted with the work of writer/director Ricky D’Ambrose will find themselves in familiar territory with his first toe-dip into feature-length filmmaking with Notes on an Appearance.

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Told as a modern fairy tale, Good Manners, from Juliana Rojas and Marco Dutra, blends fantasy with social strife, crafting a sometimes beautiful, uneven - but undeniably captivating - film.

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ND/NF 2018: DRIFT Review

directed by HELENA WITTMANN // Germany // 95 minutes

With a gossamer thread, Helena Wittmann fashions a scant narrative with her feature-length debut, Drift; delicate and nearly non-existent, it is the type of

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ND/NF 2018: DJON ÁFRICA Review

Reis and Guerra’s Djon África is a travelogue, broadly covering the numerous corners of the island nation of Cape Verde while a journey of self-discovery plays out concurrently with Miguel inhabiting the role of main character and an unknowing host, of sorts, treated like a tourist in his own homeland.