The 2017 New York Film Festival’s Spotlight on Documentary lineup includes works by a number of notable directors, with world premieres by Vanessa Redgrave (“Sea Sorrow”), Alex Gibney (“No Stone Unturned”), and Griffin Dunne (“Joan Didion: The Center Will Not Hold”), among others.
The full slate of the Spotlight on Documentary section follows.
“Arthur Miller: Writer,” dir. Rebecca Miller
“BOOM FOR REAL: The Late Teenage Years of Jean-Michel Basquiat,” dir. Sara Driver
“Cielo,” dir. Alison McAlpine
“Did You Wonder Who Fired the Gun?,” dir. Travis Wilkerson
“El mar la mar,” dir. Joshua Bonnetta & J.P. Sniadecki
“Filmworker,” dir. Tony Zierra
“Hall of Mirrors,” dir. Ena Talakic and Ines Talakic
“Jane,” dir. Brett Morgen
“Joan Didion: The Center Will Not Hold,” dir. Griffin Dunne
“No Stone Unturned,” dir. Alex Gibney
“Piazza Vittorio,” dir. Abel Ferrara
“The Rape of Recy Taylor,” dir. Nancy Buirski
“Sea Sorrow,” dir. Vanessa Redgrave
“A Skin So Soft,” dir. Denis Côté
“Speak Up,” dir. Stéphane de Freitas, co-directed by Ladj Ly
“The Venerable W.,” dir. Barbet Schroeder, with short “What Are You Up to, Barbet Schroeder?”
“Voyeur,” dir. Myles Kane and Josh Koury
Three Music Films by Mathieu Amalric: “C’est presque au bout du monde,” “Zorn,” “Music Is Music”
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