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    Magnolia Pictures Acquires 'Iris,' Albert Maysles' NYFF Documentary

    Magnolia Pictures has acquired world rights to Albert Maysles' documentary about the fashion legend.

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    Indiewire's NYFF 2014 Critics Poll Results: 'Inherent Vice' Leads the Pack

    It's hardly surprising that a group of critics has singled out Anderson's latest work, but the rest of the top finishers are intriguing.

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    Naomi Watts Reveals Nightmares and More from 'Birdman' NYFF Premiere

    Alejandro González Iñárritu and his "Birdman" cast talk to the press at the New York Film Festival, where his film closed the festival over the weekend.

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    Review: Edward Snowden Doc 'CITIZENFOUR' is a Bracing Look at NSA Whistleblower's Impact

    Laura Poitras' documentary on the NSA whistleblower tells you everything you already knew while hinting at a fascinating new chapter.

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    Kristen Stewart and Juliette Binoche on Going Meta for 'Clouds of Sils Maria'

    At a press conference during NYFF, Binoche and Stewart addressed the multilayered aspects of Olivier Assayas latest film.

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    Nick Broomfield On Pissing Off the LAPD for 'Tales of the Grim Sleeper'

    The British filmmaker usually tackles provocative material, but with his new movie, that approach takes on greater immediacy.

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    Watch: Paul Thomas Anderson Explains Why 35mm Film Should Stay 'Alive'

    Paul Thomas Anderson shot "Inherent Vice" on 35mm and he was thrilled to see it projected in 35mm for the film's recent premiere at The New York Film Festival.

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