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    8 Writing Tips From Screenwriting Masters Larry Gross, Naomi Foner, Henry Bean and Andrea Arnold

    Veteran award-winning screenwriters Henry Bean ("The Believer"), Larry Gross ("We Don't Live Here Anymore") and Naomi Foner ("Very Good Girls") talked about their craft and tricks of the trade, along with Filmmaker in Residence Andrea Arnold ("Fishtank") yesterday at the Story Creation and the Artis...

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    NYFF '13: James Gray on 'The Immigrant,' Film Versus Digital, and His Short-Lived Acting Career

    James Gray is a director that has remained somewhat under the radar on the American cinematic front for the past decade-and-a-half, making films that draw considerable talent and have illustrious competition slots at Cannes that never quite manage to garner the same level of attention or acclaim sta...

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    NYFF 2013: Penn and Teller Hit New York With Their Oscar Contender Doc 'Tim's Vermeer'

    After over 30 years together primarily working as illusionists, Penn & Teller sure seem like they've made a documentary with the magic to place them in this year's Oscar race. Their very clever take on art and technology, "Tim's Vermeer," debuted to strong notices in Telluride and Toronto, and o...

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    For Your Consideration: Sifting Through An Incredibly Crowded Best Actor Oscar Race (Even With Steve Carell Out of the Picture)

    Last week this column took a look at the quickly tightening best actress race (in the wake of two drop outs via Nicole Kidman and Marion Cotillard), so it seemed appropriate to turn the table over to their male counterparts, especially since one of the main contenders in that arena also headed to 20...

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    How This Year's New York Film Festival Depicts a Greedy World

    Pity the film festival programmers forced to pretend they have master plans. When forced by journalists to formulate themes that unite their selections, they usually make them up on the fly. However, a significant portion of the program at the 2013 New York Film Festival, currently underway for anot...

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    NYFF '13: The Coen Brothers On Capturing the Folk Scene in 'Inside Llewyn Davis' and Potentially Going Digital

    Since winning the Grand Prix of the Jury at Cannes back in May, "Inside Llewyn Davis" has been riding a wave of the kind of warm and straightforward acclaim that is somewhat rare for the Coen Brothers, who have managed to garner divisiveness and debate for even their most acclaimed films. With the f...

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    22 Reviews From The New York Film Festival Lineup

    The 51st edition of the New York Film Festival officially kicks off today, but a large amount of the cinematic selections in the 17-day event have already been unveiled earlier in the year at festivals like Cannes, Berlin, Locarno, Telluride, and Toronto. Indiewire has been on sight at many of these...

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    New York Film Festival Announces Lineup For Second Annual NYFF LIVE Talks With Guests Steve McQueen, Bruce Dern, Claire Denis and More

    The Film Society of Lincoln Center announced today the details and participants for the second annual free-to-the-public NYFF LIVE series of filmmaker and film industry conversations. The event will be held at the Elinor Bunin Monroe Film Center Amphitheater and the SoHo Apple store.

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    Check Out 'The Empire Project:' An Interactive Documentary Making Its World Premiere at the NYFF Convergence

    "Empire," the new project from the transatlantic filmmaking team of Eline Jongsma and Kel O'Neill, is a perfect example of true interactivity and transmedia storytelling.

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    NYFF '13: Catherine Breillat On Exposing Herself in 'Abuse of Weakness,' Starring Isabelle Huppert

    The technological hindrances suffered by controversial French filmmaker Catherine Breillat during the (very brief) New York Film Festival press conference on Wednesday for her new film "Abuse of Weakness" pale in comparison to the tremendous physical incapacities undergone by her main protagonist Ma...

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