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    Richard Peña to Step Down from Film Society of Lincoln Center Posts in 2012

    Richard Peña, Program Director and Head of the NYFF Selection Committee The Film Society of Lincoln Center Program Director and Head of NYFF Selection Committee will step down from his posts at the conclusion of next year’s 50th New York Film Festival, and his 25th year with the Film Society, the or...

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    Meet Pedro Almodóvar Live at NYFF and on indieWIRE...Streaming Now!

    Almodóvar in Conversation with Richard Pena now!

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    Almodóvar's New Muse? Elena Anaya Talks "Skin," Body Suits and Joining Pedro's Family

    Spanish actress Elena Anaya is in an enviable position. After first working with Pedro Almodóvar 10 years ago in a small role in "Talk to Her," the Spanish filmmaker responsible for creating some of cinema's juiciest female roles asked if she'd like to take the lead in his latest, "The Skin I Live I...

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    West Memphis 3 Arrive in New York as Free Men; Echols Says AR Officials "Know Exactly Who Did It"

    For audiences familiar with the 1996 HBO documentary "Paradise Lost: The Child Murders at Robin Hood Hills" and its 2000 sequel, the saga of the three young men known as the West Memphis 3 has exclusively taken place during their time behind bars. Only in "Paradise Lost 3: Purgatory," which premiere...

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    Charlotte Gainsbourg of "Melancholia" Talks Lars von Trier and Her Latest Album

    Despite what Kirsten Dunst's Cannes Best Actress coup for "Melancholia" would lead you to believe, Lars von Trier's latest drama is essentially a two-handed affair. The film is split into two sections, the first titled 'Justine' (Dunst's character); the second '...

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    NYFF '11 | Unfinished, Martin Scorsese's "Hugo" is a 3-D Lesson in Film History

    It wasn't quite a secret screening by the time Martin Scorsese took the stage at Lincoln Center's Avery Fischer Hall Monday night, but the sneak peek of the director's 3-D fantasy "Hugo" -- shown as part of the New York Film Festival -- still generated palpable anticipation as the packed house got t...

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    NYFF DISPATCH | Ken Jacobs, George Kuchar and Digital 3-D Kick Off Views from the Avant Garde

    "There are some situations that leave you utterly speechless," says one of the committed performers in Wim Wenders' fine 3-D dance movie "Pina," screening this week at the New York Film Festival. But that assertion could just as easily apply to the other 3-D event at this year's festival, the transc...

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    NYFF REVIEW | Long-Lost Sara Driver Debut "You Are Not I" Comes Home to New York Film Festival

    Not quite a short or a feature, Sara Driver's long-lost 1981 production "You Are Not I" exists on some alternate plane that renders the distinction irrelevant. It's more like a haunting cinematic journey that leads directly into its mentally disturbed protagonist's head. "You Are Not I" adapts the P...

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    NYFF '11 | "Paradise Lost 3" Directors Joe Berlinger & Bruce Sinofsky: "Shame on Arkansas."

    "Shame on Arkansas for not exonerating these guys. Or, even shame on Arkansas if they really think they're guilty for letting child killers out of jail. Or, shame on Arkansas for not going out and finding the person or persons who committed this crime."

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    iPOP | This Week on the Scene: NYFF, Wall Street, "Dirty Girl" & More

    This week the 49th New York Film Festival kept iPOP buzzing with click-worthy activity. Everybody from Kirsten Dunst to Michael Fassbender to Martin Scorsese dropped by the event to unveil their latest works and charm the local press.

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