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New York Film Festival

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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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    The Movie Talk Show of Our Time

    On a disarming, and disarmingly entertaining television series about great film artists.

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    NYFF: Miguel Gomes On 'Tabu' And The Pleasures And Phantoms Of Cinema

    Behold the courage of Portuguese filmmaker Miguel Gomes: hoping to do a film in the vein of “Meet Me In St. Louis,” he and and a crew traveled to the small Arganil Municipality in the country to begin work on a movie featuring a small family band -- that is until the movie’s investor died before sig...

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    Like the Last Time I Saw Someone in Love in Macao

    Comparing two portraits of urban loneliness from the New York Film Festival.

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    Looking For Reasons to Believe in 'Life of Pi'

    On the difference between "It's visual stunning, but..." and "It's visually stunning, because..."

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    David Thomson Urges Open-Mindedness and Innovation at NYFF Critics Academy (VIDEO)

    Looking every bit the eminent British intellectual in spectacles and elbow patches, film critic and historian David Thomson joined Lincoln Center's Scott Foundas on stage Friday for the New York Film Festival Critics Academy, to discuss his new book "The Big Screen: The Story of the Movies....

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    Through the Looking Glasses

    Hiler’s lens, it seems, doesn’t always respect the jurisdiction of its peers.

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