Since September 28th and until October 14th, the New York Film Festival is happening at the Alice Tully Hall and Film Society of the Lincoln Center.

The film by catalan director Albert Serra Roi Soleil, representing the death of Louis XIV, is just one of the 35 daring experimental films displayed in this 56th festival lineup.

Another daring option would be the 14 hours long epic film by Argentine filmmaker Mariano Llinás, the longest Argentine film of all times.

If you want to know what is going on in the international film scene, don’t miss the 30 feature films from 22 countries listed at Lincoln center’s Main Slate.

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