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10 Best Selections from Main Slate Category Movies at New York Film Festival 2015

The 53rd version of New York Film Festival is gonna held on September 25 to October 11. Many extraordinary movies from all over the world are gonna screen in the festival. Main slate is the premier category in the festival. This is the list of 10 best movies in that category.


The Walk

Robert Zemeckis’s enthralling film about Philippe Petit (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) and his walk between the Twin Towers plays like a classic heist movie.

Steve Jobs

Danny Boyle and Aaron Sorkin joined forces to create this dynamic character-driven portrait of the brilliant man at the epicenter of the digital revolution.

Miles Ahead

Don Cheadle got to know Miles Davis inside & out in order to craft this remarkable portrait of the artist, refracted through his crazy days in the late-70s.

The Assassin

Hou Hsiao-hsien’s long-awaited wuxia stars Shu Qi as a Tang Dynasty assassin, dedicated to the art of killing until memory transforms her course of action.

Bridge of Spies

Steven Spielberg brings every strange turn to vivid and tactile life in this complex Cold War story starring Tom Hanks and co-written by Joel & Ethan Coen.


Saoirse Ronan, as vibrantly alive as a silent-screen heroine, plays an Irish-American torn between two worlds in this adaptation of Colm Tóibín’s novel.

The Lobster |

In the future, single people are rounded up and sent to a seaside compound, given a finite time to find a match, and turned into animals if they fail.

Where to Invade Next

Michael Moore ponders the current state of the nation from a fresh perspective, and gives us a film that is provocative, funny, and impassioned.

Mountains May Depart

An epically scaled canvas of modern Chinese life, Jia Zhangke’s new film spans three decades, from the dawn of the capitalist explosion to the near future.




Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara fall in love and risk everything to be together in Todd Haynes's achingly romantic adaptation of Patricia Highsmith’s novel.