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The 2015 Indiewire NYFF Bible: All the Reviews, Interviews and News Posted During The Festival

The 2015 Indiewire NYFF Bible: All the Reviews, Interviews and News Posted During The Festival

REVIEWS

NYFF: How ‘The Walk’ Reflects Fears of Moviegoing’s Future

NYFF Review: ‘Bridge of Spies’ Illustrates Steven Spielberg’s Unique Skill


NYFF Review: Don Cheadle’s ‘Miles Ahead’ Isn’t Really a Miles Davis Biopic

NYFF Review: Paul Thomas Anderson is Trying Something Different With ‘Junun’

PREVIOUSLY REVIEWED, ALSO SCREENING AT NYFF

Nanni Moretti’s ‘Mia Madre’ is a Personal Project in the Worst Way Possible — Cannes review

Yorgos Lanthimos’ ‘The Lobster’ Explores a Crazy World More Familiar Than It Looks — Cannes review

The Most Ambitious Movie At This Year’s Cannes Film Festival is ‘Arabian Nights’ — Cannes review

Michael Moore’s Changes His Tune With ‘Where to Invade Next’ — TIFF review

With ‘Maggie’s Plan,’ Greta Gerwig Officially Owns Her Own Genre — TIFF review

Danny Boyle’s ‘Steve Jobs’ is Like Its Subject — Flawed But Fascinating — Telluride review

Phillipe Garrel’s ‘In the Shadow of Women’ is Charming, But We’ve Seen This Movie Before — Cannes review

Nick Hornby-Scripted ‘Brooklyn’ is Beautiful But Unfulfilling — Sundance review

Todd Haynes’ ‘Carol’ is a Masterful Lesbian Romance Starring Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara — Cannes review

‘Right Now, Wrong Then’ is Hong Sang-soo’s ‘Groundhog Day’ — Locarno review

INTERVIEWS AND PRESS CONFERENCE COVERAGE

Noah Baumbach and Jake Paltrow’s Cinephile Doc ‘De Palma’ Reveals Director’s Secrets, Regrets and Indie Origins

Robert Zemeckis Reveals the Power of 3D and Honors the Twin Towers at ‘The Walk’ NYFF Press Conference

Nanni Moretti and John Turturro Talk Catharsis and Finding the Comedy in Trauma for ‘Mia Madre

Oscar Winner Ross Kauffman and Kief Davidson Reveal the Challenges of Balancing Brand With Story at NYFF Convergence

The Coen Brothers and George Clooney Uncover the Magic of ‘O Brother, Where Art Thou?’ at 15th Anniversary Reunion

How ‘Mountains May Depart’ Director Jia Zhangke Juggled Past, Present and Future in His Latest Epic

Jia Zhangke Reveals How Charlie Chaplin and Vittorio De Sica Saved His Career

Martin Scorsese on Fighting For Film Preservation and Not Believing in ‘Old Movies’

NYFF: Michael Fassbender Resurrects the Real ‘Steve Jobs’ and Mocks Ashton Kutcher

NYFF: How the Coen Brothers Added Their Own Special Touch to Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks’ Historic ‘Bridge of Spies’

NYFF: Arnaud Desplechin on Why ‘My Golden Days’ Feels Like His Debut Feature Film

Seth Rogen to Filmmakers: ‘I Won’t Ruin Your Fancy Drama’

Kate Winslet Explains Why She Avoided Blockbusters After the Massive Success of ‘Titanic’

NYFF: Danny Boyle on ‘Thinking Different’ For ‘Steve Jobs’ and Moving Ahead With ‘Trainspotting 2’

Hou Hsiao-hsien on Bringing His Trademark Realism to Wuxia Masterpiece ‘The Assassin’

Yorgos Lanthimos on the Absurd Logic of Satirizing Modern Romance in ‘The Lobster’

ANALYSIS

PODCAST: Is Steven Spielberg’s ‘Bridge of Spies’ a Major Oscar Contender?

PODCAST: These Are the Major Players of This Year’s Oscar Season

PODCAST: Why Do We Care About Film Festivals?

PODCAST: In Praise of Steven Spielberg, Michael Moore and Chantal Akerman

CLIPS/TRAILERS/POSTERS

Watch: Here Are All the New York Film Festival Trailers Available So Far

Take a Look at This Gorgeous Poster for the 53rd New York Film Festival

Watch: Oscar Contenders Collide in 53rd New York Film Festival Trailer

Watch: Beauty is Razor Sharp in Action-Packed ‘The Assassin’ U.S. Trailer

Watch: Exclusive ‘In Her Own Words’ Trailer Gets Up Close and Personal With Ingrid Bergman

Exclusive: Wes Anderson, Noah Baumbach, Brian De Palma Form Legendary Meet-Up for Arnaud Desplechin’s ‘My Golden Days’

Don Cheadle Tries to Hit the Right Notes in New Clip From NYFF Closer ‘Miles Ahead’

Watch: Paul Thomas Anderson Composes An Exhilarating Tune in ‘Junun’ Trailer

PRE-FESTIVAL COVERAGE

The Indiewire 2015 Fall Preview: The 27 Festival Films We’re Most Excited to See

53rd New York Film Festival Announces Main Slate Offerings; ‘Brooklyn,’ ‘Carol’ and ‘Bridge of Spies’ Top List

53rd New York Film Festival Unveils Shorts Program and Conversations With Todd Haynes and Michael Moore

53rd New York Film Festival Announces Spotlight on Documentary Section

53rd New York Film Festival Lineup to Include ‘Son of Saul,’ Paul Thomas Anderson’s New Secret Doc and More

Film Society of Lincoln Center Reveals 53rd New York Film Festival Convergence Series

Film Society of Lincoln Center Announces 53rd New York Film Festival Projections Lineup

Danny Boyle’s ‘Steve Jobs’ Joins 53rd New York Film Festival as Centerpiece Selection

Don Cheadle’s Directorial Debut ‘Miles Ahead’ to Close 53rd New York Film Festival

Film Society of Lincoln Center Pushes New York Film Festival Opening Night

‘The Martian’ Sneak Preview to Land at 53rd New York Film Festival

Attention, Cinephiles: Don’t Miss the Film Society of Lincoln Center’s Free Tribute to Albert Maysles

53rd New York Film Festival to Host “An Evening With…” Oscar Winner Kate Winslet

13 Events You Won’t Want to Miss At This Year’s New York Film Festival

Paul Thomas Anderson Music Doc ‘Junun’ to Stream Exclusively on MUBI

7 Must-See Underdogs From the 2015 New York Film Festival

The Breakouts: 8 Up-and-Coming Actors and Directors to Watch For at the New York Film Festival

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