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    New York Times Takes On Film Society of Lincoln Center And Gets It Wrong. Here’s Why

    In this weekend's Sunday Arts & Leisure section of the New York Times, the paper's top film critics offer up some sharp words for one of the city's venerated film institutions under the guise of constructive criticism.

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    Exclusive: Steve Coogan is 'Alan Partridge' in Poster for British Comedy

    The chronicles of Alan Partridge, the local radio DJ and one-time talk show host, are culminating on the big screen. After over 20 years parading through BBC Radio 4's "On the Hour," the "I'm Alan Partridge" show, and numerous spoof interviews, Steve Coogan's popular character has landed in a featur...

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    Rose Kuo Steps Down as Executive Director of Film Society of Lincoln Center

    The Film Society of Lincoln Center announced early this morning that Rose Kuo is stepping down as Executive Director. Lesli Klainberg, currently Managing Director of the Film Society, will serve as the Interim Executive Director. Kuo will continue to consult with the Board through early next year.

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    Why Joaquin Phoenix is the Most Fascinating Actor Working in Film Today

    Sporting his "Inherent Vice" shoulder-length hairstyle and half-laced up boots, Joaquin Phoenix cut an intriguing figure at this year's New York Film Festival.

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    Spike Jonze's 'Her' and Alexander Payne's 'Nebraska' Among Favorites Of Indiewire's NYFF Critics Poll

    If you’ve been following the major festivals from the last half-year, some of the top finishers in our New York Film Festival Critics Poll should be familiar names.

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    Producer David Picker Discusses Ingmar Bergman, Woody Allen And How the Film Industry Has Changed

    On the eve of the 51st annual New York Film Festivals' closing weekend, the festival hosted a public conversation with veteran producer David V. Picker on the occasion of his new book, "Musts, Maybes and Nevers: A Book About the Movies."

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    NYFF '13: Spike Jonze and the Cast of Closing Night Selection 'Her' Discuss Artificial Intelligence and Emotional Baggage

    The closing night selection of the 51st New York Film Festival, Spike Jonze's hugely anticipated "Her" takes a look at love as we know it, fully absorbed in the realms of technology. The film, which takes place in a vaguely futuristic version of Los Angeles, stars Joaquin Phoenix as Theodore, a prof...

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    Review: Why Spike Jonze's Weird And Wonderful Technological Romance 'Her' Is One of the Best Studio Movies of the Year

    The only truly predictable aspect of Spike Jonze's "Her" is that it features a bizarre premise: In a very near future, recently divorced L.A. writer Theordor Twombly (Joaquin Phoenix) downloads a new operating system for his computer with the ability to think (delicately voiced by Scarlett Johansson...

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    Madonna Banned From Alamo Drafthouse After Texting During '12 Years A Slave' NYFF Premiere

    Always the one to court controversy and attention wherever she goes, Madonna could not help but express herself during the New York Film Festival premiere of "12 Years A Slave" earlier this week. Fresh off of releasing her short film "secretprojectrevolution" and spearheading a global initiative to ...

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    Abdellatif Kechiche Corrects the Record On Lesbian Drama 'Blue Is the Warmest Color': The Film Should Be Released

    In an interview with Indiewire today ahead of the movie's appearance at the New York Film Festival, Kechiche put it bluntly: Of course he wants the movie released.

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