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    'The Last of the Unjust' and 'The Missing Picture' Reconstruct Genocide's History

    A victim of the Khmer Rouge and a Holocaust historian bring the past into the present.

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    Is Portuguese Cinema in Danger?

    With Portuguese films circulating in the world's greatest festivals, Vanessa Erazo wonders if it's the nation's cinema is in danger, or the nation itself.

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    Claire Denis on 'Bastards'

    The veteran French auteur talks about her vengeance-driven new film, in which actions speak louder than words.

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    Film Society of Lincoln Center - 2013 NYFF Critics Academy

    During the past New York Film Festival the The Film Society of Lincoln Center and Indiewire, in partnership with Film Comment Magazine held their annual NYFF Critics Academy, a workshop dedicated to nurture the talent of aspiring film critics and journalist as they cover the varied screenings and e...

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    Why Joaquin Phoenix is the Most Fascinating Actor Working in Film Today

    Sporting his "Inherent Vice" shoulder-length hairstyle and half-laced up boots, Joaquin Phoenix cut an intriguing figure at this year's New York Film Festival.

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    Running With the Pack

    'The Dog' and 'Fifi Howls From Happiness' present portraits of very different gay lives.

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    Dog Day Afternoons

    'Alan Partridge' and 'The Dog' reflect on Sidney Lumet's '70s classic and its real-life inspiration.

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    Gay Sex on Screen in 'Blue Is the Warmest Color' and 'Stranger by the Lake'

    The controversial lesbian love scenes in 'Blue Is the Warmest Color' are authentic but don't add much to the story.

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    Spike Jonze's 'Her' and Alexander Payne's 'Nebraska' Among Favorites Of Indiewire's NYFF Critics Poll

    If you’ve been following the major festivals from the last half-year, some of the top finishers in our New York Film Festival Critics Poll should be familiar names.

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    NYFF: '12 Years a Slave' Q&A Videography

    Is it really possible that there haven’t been many films about slavery that actually depict slavery with such authenticism? Perhaps, Roots.

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