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Line Up Set for 44th New York Film Festival

dunst.JPGindieWIRE's got the twenty eight films coming to the New York Film Festival, which starts in the city September 29. The fest, put on by the New York Film Society, sets a different tone than others as it's non-competitive yet highly selective.

As previously announced, The Queen opens the festivities. It's about the royal response to Princess Di's passing. Closing is Pan's Labyryith, a Guillermo del Toro film about a young girl that travels with her mother and adoptive father to a rural area in 1944 northern Spain.

In between, a few films you've heard of (and several you probably haven't) fill the schedule. Marie Antionette(pictured), Sofia Coppola's latest starring Kirsten Dunst, is in the line up, as well as Volver, the Penelope Cruz movie that won a few nods at Cannes in May.

Also in there are The Journal of Knud Rasmussen, David Lynch's The Inland Empire and the anime Paprika from Japan.

Selected films are from all over the world. indieWIRE has a great list of each of the twenty eight films, complete with a short description.


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