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    A New Opportunity For College-Age Film Critics: Indiewire, the Film Society of Lincoln Center and Film Comment to Host Workshop For Budding NYC Critics During NYFF

    Earlier this month, Indiewire joined forces with the Locarno Film Festival, and the Film Society of Lincoln Center to host a workshop in Switzerland for aspiring film critics. We don't want to sound too self-congratulatory, because the participants were as much a part of the experience as the pe...

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    'Amour,' 'Something In The Air,' 'Beyond The Hills' & More Added To New York Film Festival Slate

    The New York Film Festival continues to impress as they unveiled their main slate this afternoon, adding to the recent announcements that Ang Lee's "Life Of Pi" would open the fest, Robert Zemeckis' "Flight" would close it,  and David Chase's "Not Fade Away&...

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    The Complete Lineup: Baumbach, De Palma, Haneke, Lee and Ruiz To Help New York Film Festival Turn 50

    The Film Society of Lincoln Center has announced the main slate of selections for the 50th New York Film Festival, which will run September 28-October 14, 2012. The lineup includes work from Olivier Assayas, Noah Baumbach, Leos Carax, Brian De Palma, Michael Haneke, Abbas Kiarostami, Ang Lee, Crist...

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    New Images From David Chase's 'Not Fade Away,' The New York Film Festival Centerpiece Selection

    With the New York Film Festival already landing Robert Zemeckis' "Flight" to close out the the fest, and Ang Lee's "Life Of Pi" to kick things off, they've added another big World Premiere to their lineup as the Centerpiece Selection: David Chase's "Not Fade ...

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    Ang Lee's 'Life Of Pi' Will Make World Premiere & Open The 50th New York Film Festival

    With Robert Zemeckis' "Flight" starring Denzel Washington announced to close the proceedings last week, the New York Film Festival has gone ahead and unveiled what film will be kicking things off. And it's a doozy.

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    Ang Lee's 'Life of Pi' To Open New York Film Festival

    The Film Society of Lincoln Center has announced that Ang Lee’s 'Life of Pi' will make its World Premiere as the Opening Night Gala presentation for the 50th New York Film Festival.

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    Robert Zemeckis' 'Flight' To Close 50th New York Film Festival

    Not only is it 50 years of James Bond in 2012, but it's also the golden anniversary of the New York Film Festival. And today they've announced which film will be closing off their festivities in October.

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    Robert Zemeckis's 'Flight' To Close New York Film Festival

    The New York Film Festival will close with the World Premiere of Robert Zemeckis's "Flight," it was announced today. The film -- which stars Denzel Washington -- will end off the landmark 50th edition of the festival on October 14th.

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    Attention College-Age Film Critics: Indiewire, Locarno Film Festival and Film Society of Lincoln Center Could Send You to Switzerland

    This summer, Indiewire is partnering with the Festival del Film Locarno -- aka the Locarno Film Festival -- along with the Swiss Association of Film Journalists and the Film Society of Lincoln Center to run a workshop for aspiring film critics.

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    Amos Vogel, Founder of the New York Film Festival and Cinema 16, Dies at 91

    The promotional materials for Cinema 16, the groundbreaking film society founded in 1947 by Amos Vogel, advertised Films You Cannot See Elsewhere. But for Vogel, who died peacefully Tuesday at the age of 91 in the apartment off Washington Square Park where he had lived since the fifties, assembling ...

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