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Know how NYFF 2020 became America’s first big pandemic-era film festival

NYFF 2020-New York Film Festival abbreviated as NYFF accounts to be one of the best-curated festivals with neither awards nor any competition on its way. In NYFF, U.S. or New York’s internationally acclaimed movies are premiered. NYFF this year, launched last week and will continue till 11 October. Further, the film will be screened online before its standard release date. So here is all that you need to know about NYFF 2020.

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America’s first big pandemic era film festival-NYFF 2020 

Undoubtedly, the year 2020 has not been fortunate enough for all the movies and show and film festivals also. And it seems that during the year of COVID 19, we have finally got to see a film festival. After so many days of lockdown, streaming the films virtually and virtual press conferences, as well as virtual filmmaker talks, do not seem to be odd nowadays.

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NYFF 2020

Unlike earlier times wherein there were limited screenings in theatres in Manhattan, New York Film Festival this year has gone virtual. This has allowed audiences from around the country to partake in its offering. Furthermore, in addition to online offerings, many movies are also shown at the drive-in venues in Brooklyn, Bronx and Queens. Undoubtedly, care has been taken for social distancing as well.

However, if you missed the virtual screening of the New York Film Festival 2020, then you may have other options as well. You can watch conversations with filmmakers on the Film at Lincoln Centre Youtube Channel, talks with actors like Bill Murray, Marlon Wayans and Rashida Jones and also with director Sofia Coppola. Following are some of the NYFF 2020 highlights that have been already premiered. These include Lovers Rock, Nomadland, MLK/FBI, Night of the Kings, City Hall and many more. For more updates about New York Fil Festival 2020, America’s first big pandemic era film festival, stay tuned with us.

 

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