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New York Film Festival

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    NYFF Review: 'Bridge of Spies' Illustrates Steven Spielberg's Unique Skill

    Tom Hanks stars in a smart, enjoyable Cold War espionage tale co-written by the Coen brothers.

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    Martin Scorsese on Fighting For Film Preservation and Not Believing in 'Old Movies'

    "We made it to the moon, but the film is gone. What kind of thinking is this?"

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    Jia Zhangke Reveals How Charlie Chaplin and Vittorio De Sica Saved His Career

    The Chinese filmmaker is back at the New York Film Festival for the seventh time with "Mountains May Depart," and he is also the subject of Water Salles' documentary, "Jia Zhangke, A Guy From Fenyang."

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    PODCAST: Why Do We Care About Film Festivals?

    At a live recording of Screen Talk at the New York Film Festival, Eric Kohn and Anne Thompson sought some answers.

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    First Reviews: Noah Baumbach and Jake Paltrow's 'De Palma'

    Interviewers have called the "Mission: Impossible" director a "grumpy bastard," but he opens up to his fellow filmmakers in a revealing documentary.

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    Why 'The Forbidden Room' Directors Guy Maddin and Evan Johnson Are More Excited for the Future of Film Than Ever

    "I’m just more excited than ever for the future of filmmaking. I’ve gone through a couple of doldrums periods in my career, where I just couldn’t even see a reason for making a movie. But now I wish I could live another hundred years."

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    How 'Mountains May Depart' Director Jia Zhangke Juggled Past, Present and Future in His Latest Epic

    "The reason it takes time for us to do a closer examination of love, is that through time, we experience new emotions, but we also have a distance to look back on past love and gain a new interpretation and understanding of it."

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