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

    Cheadle directs and stars in a closer look at the life of master jazz musician Miles Davis, which will close out NYFF this weekend.

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    Chantal Akerman Remembered at Emotional NYFF Premiere of Final Film 'No Home Movie'

    NYFF Director Kent Jones and film critic Amy Taubin introduced the screening in honor of Akerman, the legendary Belgian filmmaker who died earlier this week at 65 years old.

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

    At the New York Film Festival's "An Evening With Kate Winslet," the "Steve Jobs" star got honest about her career path, including why she went indie after her biggest success.

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

    "I felt that we are in lineage with 'The Social Network' with this film and I'm proud to be like that. If it's half as good, we'll come out well."

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    Watch: Enter the Mind of Laurie Anderson in Moving 'Heart of a Dog' Trailer

    The nonfiction feature from Laurie Anderson recently played at Telluride and NYFF and is sure to produce more than a few tears.

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

    The directors were in attendance for the U.S. premiere of Desplechin's latest film at NYFF last weekend.

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

    "The serious moment is between 13 and 19. Those are very serious years when you are experiencing what death is about, what life is about. After that, you start to compromise."

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

    "I like making pictures about people who have a personal mission in life...who start out with certain low expectations and then overachieve our highest expectations for them." - Steven Spielberg.

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

    Tom Hanks stars in a smart, enjoyable Cold War espionage tale co-written by the Coen brothers.

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