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    Interview: Abbas Kiarostami Discusses the Mysteries of 'Like Someone in Love'

    In the U.S. for NYFF promoting a new movie in the city for the first time in more than a decade, the 72-year-old filmmaker sat down with Indiewire to discuss his intentions with "Like Someone in Love," why he prefers to work outside Iran and how he keeps looking for new challenges.

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    Oliver Stone Premieres His Daring New Showtime Series 'Untold History of the United States' in New York

    As New York Film Festival selection committee chairman Richard Peña pointed out this past Saturday, October 6th at Lincoln Center’s Walter Reade theater, "The Untold History of the United States" might make a good title for a survey of Oliver Stone’s films. Unfortun...

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    New York Film Festival Review: David Chase's Directorial Debut 'Not Fade Away' Pays Homage to an Era, Without a Purpose

    Relishing the sights and sounds of the early '60s with a self-indulgence that makes "Mad Men" look restrained, "The Sopranos" creator's feature debut reaches for a grand statement and instead simply channels nostalgia. Using a typical coming-of-age mold, Chase turns cultural ephemera into formula.

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    EXCLUSIVE: Banned From Filmmaking, Jafar Panahi Has Made Another Movie, Says Abbas Kiarostami

    Last year, Panahi allegedly smuggled the diary film about his experiences under house arrest, titled "This is Not a Film," into the Cannes Film Festival on a USB drive. According to fellow Iranian director Abbas Kiarostami, Panahi, who is facing a six-year jail sentence, has completed another film.

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    New York Film Festival Has a Secret (Screening): What Will It Be?

    At last year's New York Film Festival, folks were caught off guard when a last-minute addition was made to the festival: "A world premiere of a work-in-progress by a major filmmaker." Except they didn't tell anyone what that film was until they were sitting in theatre moments befor...

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    WATCH: Greta Gerwig and Mickey Sumner of 'Frances Ha,' Interviewed Live by Indiewire

    "Frances Ha" stars Greta Gerwig and Mickey Sumner are going to be interviewed by Indiewire's own Nigel Smith at the New York Film Festival tonight, October 1. You can watch the live feed here starting at 7pm ET. 

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    Twitter Loves 'Life of Pi'; Reactions From the New York Film Festival

    The general verdict is in for Ang Lee's anticipated 3D epic "Life of Pi," and so far, so good. Indiewire's own Eric Kohn called the film adaptation of Yann Martel's beloved novel "Lee's best spectacle since 'Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon,'" while a slew of other folks weighed in on the film via Twit...

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    New York Film Festival: Highlights From The Press Conference For Instant Oscar Frontrunner 'Life of Pi'

    Ang Lee's "Life of Pi" is kicking off the 50th edition of the New York Film Festival tonight at the Film Society of Lincoln Center, and the internet is already a-buzz with some glowing reviews from this morning's press screening.

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    Despite Shaky Screenplay, 'Life of Pi' Is Ang Lee's Best Spectacle Since 'Crouching Tiger'

    In his finer moments, Lee translates the book's wondrous prose into grand visual conceits meant for the big screen. Posited as a story that "will make you believe in God," instead it has the power to confirm one's faith in the cinematic experience.

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    15 Films to See at the New York Film Festival

    The 50th edition of the landmark festival kicks off Friday with an incredible lineup of some of the year's best films from around the world. For two weeks, NYFF is screening a highly curated selection of festival films and world premieres. Indiewire's staff picks the most essential of the bunch.

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