The 2020 New York Film Festival: A Recap

Clockwise: French Exit, Lovers Rock, Red, White and Blue, The Disciple

Since I moved to New York in 2016, I’ve spent the first two weeks of October camping out at Lincoln Center for the New York Film Festival. When I decided to go to journalism school this year, I knew that it would throw a curveball into this routine. Then two things happened: I got press credentials as a journalism student to cover the festival, and a global pandemic forced the entire thing to go online, so I could…

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Freelance writer and journalist. Bylines: The New York Times, The Daily Banter, The Kansas Reflector, Vulture, The Daily Banter. Former Jeopardy! contestant

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Jeremy Fassler

Jeremy Fassler

Freelance writer and journalist. Bylines: The New York Times, The Daily Banter, The Kansas Reflector, Vulture, The Daily Banter. Former Jeopardy! contestant

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