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Scorsese, Wiseman and Ferguson docs among films in 2010 NYFF line-up

The New York Film Festival unveiled the final additions to this year's line-up Wednesday, including Martin Scorsese and Kent Jones' personal homage to filmmaker Elia Kazan, A Letter to Elia; Frederick Wiseman's latest doc Boxing Gym and the U.S. premiere of the restored 1948 US government film Nuremberg.
August 23, 2010

The New York Film Festival unveiled the final additions to this year’s line-up Wednesday, including Martin Scorsese and Kent Jones’ personal homage to filmmaker Elia Kazan, A Letter to Elia; Frederick Wiseman’s latest doc Boxing Gym and the U.S. premiere of the restored 1948 US government film Nuremberg. New York will also host the world premiere of Michael Epstein’s LennonNYC, a film about John Lennon’s family life during his time in New York. The film will air on PBS on November 22. Other documentaries screening at the 48th festival include Charles Ferguson’s Cannes hit Inside Job and Cameraman: The Life and Work of Jack Cardiff. The New York Film Festival takes place Sept. 24 to Oct. 10. For more info visit www.filmlinc.com/nyff/

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