The full list of films that will be playing at the New York Festival from September 24 to October 12, 2010 has been released. Tickets go on sale September 12.

Opening Night
The Social Network, David Fincher, 2010, USA, 120 min

The Tempest, Julie Taymor, 2010, USA, 110 min

Closing Night
Hereafter, Clint Eastwood, 2010, USA, 126 min

Another Year, Mike Leigh, 2010, UK, 129 min

Aurora, Cristi Puiu, 2010, Romania, 181 min

Black Venus, (Venus noire), Abdellatif Kechiche, France, 166 min

Carlos, Olivier Assayas, 2010, France, 319 min

Certified Copy (Copie conformé), Abbas Kiarostami, 2010, France/Italy, 106 min

Film Socialisme, Jean-Luc Godard, 2010, Switzerland, 101 min

Inside Job, Charles Ferguson, 2010, USA, 120 min

Le Quattro Volte, Michelangelo Frammartino, 2010, Italy, 88 min

Lennon NYC, Michael Epstein, 2010, USA, 115 min

Meek's Cutoff, Kelly Reichardt, 2010, USA, 104 min

My Joy (Schastye moe), Sergei Loznitsa, 2010, Ukraine/Germany, 127 min

Mysteries of Lisbon (Misterios de Lisboa), Raul Ruiz, Portugal/France, 272 min

Of Gods and Men (Des homes et des dieux), Xavier Beauvois, 2010,
France, 120 min

Oki's Movie (Ok hui ui yeonghwa), Hong Sang-soo, 2010, South Korea, 80 min

Old Cats (Gatos viejos), Sebastian Silva, 2010, Chile, 88 min

Poetry (Shi), Lee Chang-dong, 2010, South Korea, 139 min

Post Mortem, Pablo Larrain, 2010, Chile/Mexico/Germany, 98 min

Revolucion, Mariana Chenillo, Fernando Embecke, Amat Escalante, Gael Garcia
Bernal, Rodrigo Garcia, Diego Luna, Gerardo Naranjo, Rodrigo Plá, Carlos Reygadas,
Patricia Riggen, 2010, Mexico, 110 min

The Robber (Der Räuber), Benjamin Heisenberg, Austria/Germany, 90 min

Robinson in Ruins, Patrick Keiller, 2010, UK, 101 min

Silent Souls (Ovsyanki), Alexei Fedorchenko, Russia, 75 min

The Strange Case of Angelica (O estranho caso de Angélica), Manoel de Oliveira,
Portugal, 97 min

Tuesday After Christmas (Marti, dupa craciun), Radu Muntean,
Romania, 99 min

Uncle Boonme Who Can Recall Past Lives (Lung Boonmee raluek chat),
Apichatpong Weerasethakul, 2010, UK/Thailand, 113 min

We Are What We Are (Somos lo que hay), Jorge Michel Grau, Mexico, 90 min


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Inception was able to rake in another $35.9 million from 4.5 million admissions on 7,400 screens in 62 markets. Christopher Nolan's mind-bender has reached $314 million abroad.

Toy Story 3
brought in another $22.7 million from 49 territories representing 97% of the international marketplace. The Disney/Pixar effort has tallied a staggering $539.3 million abroad.

Key grosses for Inception:


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BURBANK, Calif. -- With record-breaking box office tallies around the world, Disney/Pixar's Toy Story 3 has become the highest-grossing animated film of all time taking in more than $920 million at the global box office to date. This weekend, the critically acclaimed Toy Story 3 is expected to become Disney's second film to cross the $400 million domestic threshold and currently ranks as the 4th highest grossing film in company history globally.

"In 1995, the talented team at Pixar introduced a cowboy, a space ranger and their friends who have gone on to become some of the most beloved characters in the world. The success of Toy Story is due to the tremendously creative and innovative team at Pixar, led by John Lasseter and Ed Catmull, and our incredible marketing and distribution teams around the world," said Rich Ross, Chairman of The Walt Disney Studios. "In Toy Story 3, director Lee Unkrich, producer Darla Anderson and the incredible team at Pixar have given audiences a film that continued the rich storytelling and character building that have become synonymous with every Pixar release."

Toy Story 3 started its record-breaking domestic run on June 18 becoming Disney•Pixar's highest grossing opening weekend taking in $109 million and marking the highest June opening in industry history. Toy Story 3 was the 11th Disney•Pixar title to debut in the #1 position on the opening weekend of wide release.

Toy Story 3 continues to charm audiences around the world, tallying more than $518 million to date, and is expected become Disney's largest international animated release this weekend. Latin American audiences have contributed $138 million making Toy Story 3 the highest ever grossing Disney film in the region. The film has ranked as the #1 film in the UK for four consecutive weeks and is the most successful release in company history with $90 million to date. Another key driver of the film is Japan, where the film has taken in $84 million while spending five consecutive weeks as the #1 movie in the territory. Toy Story 3 is climbing the box office charts, and currently ranks as the #14 film in global box office history.

While Buzz, Woody and the gang delight audiences in theatres around the world, Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment has also announced that Toy Story 3 will be released on Blu-ray and DVD on November 2, 2010.


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