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    'Life of Pi' Review: Ang Lee's Gorgeous Adaptation is Stunning 3-D Triumph

    Is it possible for a wild animal to love a human being? And vice versa? At a time in the world when religion can be so devisive, Martel's story of a Hindu/Christian/Muslim who is the sole human survivor of an ocean shipwreck reminds that film can both heal and inspire. But it is also a stunning tech...

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    Why Scott Foundas Ditched Lincoln Center Programming to Go Back Where He Belongs UPDATED

    Three years ago, when Scott Foundas left the Village Voice Media's LA Weekly to join the Film Society of Lincoln Center as associate programmer, I was disheartened. Why? Because he is one of the most gifted critics of his generation. I took Foundas leaving his clear avocation as a sign of the contin...

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    Olivier Assayas on the Difference Between Film Writing and Film Criticism

    The journalist turned director shared some thoughts on the world of movie culture with the Critics Academy.

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    Missives From the Substitute World

    A member of our Critics Academy gets to "the core of the cinema" found in a trio of NYFF titles.

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    Silence, Golden, in Black and White: 'Tabu,' Gomes, and Cage

    On the magic and music of nothingness in a remarkable New York FIlm Festival selection.

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    (After the) Disaster Films: 'Life of Pi' and 'Flight'

    The New York Film Festival opened with a shipwreck and closed with a plane crash. Here, a member of the Critics Academy considers the films in tandem.

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    Nothing Surfaces: Cristian Mungiu's 'Beyond the Hills'

    A Critics Academy investigation of a "perilous but rewarding film."

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    A Critics Academy Conversation: New York Film Festival Wrap-Up

    A Critics Academy Conversation: New York Film Festival Wrap-Up

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    Olivier Assayas Returns to His Summer of Marx

    Olivier Assayas' revolutionary cinema -- in two films about revolutionaries.

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    Watch: 'The Paperboy' Star Macy Gray Dishes on Oprah and Nicole Kidman in Exclusive Indiewire Video

    During the recently wrapped New York Film Festival, Indiewire caught up with singer and actress Macy Gray to discuss her role in Lee Daniels' "The Paperboy," the sordid follow-up to his Oscar-winning sophomore feature "Precious." "Paperboy" screened at the fest shor...

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