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New York Film Festival

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    Hou Hsiao-hsien on Bringing His Trademark Realism to Wuxia Masterpiece ‘The Assassin’

    The Taiwanese filmmaker, who won the Best Director Prize at Cannes this year, appeared at a NYFF press conference following a screening of his latest film.

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    Reviews of Paul Thomas Anderson's 'Junun,' Now Streaming

    PTA steps outside his comfort zone with a digital-video doc about Radiohead guitarist Jonny Greenwood's collaboration with a group of Indian musicians.

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    Watch: Paul Thomas Anderson Composes An Exhilarating Tune in 'Junun' Trailer

    After yesterday's world premiere at the New York Film Festival, "Junun" is now available to stream on MUBI.com.

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    NYFF Review: Paul Thomas Anderson is Trying Something Different With 'Junun'

    The filmmaker's first documentary isn't even a movie in the traditional sense.

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    Yorgos Lanthimos on the Absurd Logic of Satirizing Modern Romance in 'The Lobster'

    "I want to reveal the absurdity of our everyday lives and how ridiculous and horrible and wonderful they might be."

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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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    Daily Reads: What Happens When Amazon Dies, The New York Film Festival Grapples With the Death of an Icon, and More

    Plus: The Ten Commandments of talking about Oscar season, and the tedious, insufferable, and occasionally exhilarating "AHS: Hotel."

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