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    'The Good Lie' is Not 'The Blind Side' and Reese Witherspoon is Not the Star

    Indiewire asked the tough questions at the New York premiere of "The Good Lie."

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    NYFF: Eugène Green's 'La Sapienza' Sees the Architecture of All Things

    The mute eloquence of architecture is at the heart of “La Sapienza,” which is a French film from a French director – and dramatist, and educator and authority on French baroque theater – but takes place largely in Rome.

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    Talk Of Big Oil, Car Hacking and More Go Down at NYC Premiere of 'Pump'

    Directors Josh and Rebecca Tickell spoke to Indiewire on the making of the documentary at the film's NY premiere.

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    Ex-Focus Features Exec Launches Bleecker Street Distribution Company

    In advance of the Toronto International Film Festival, Andrew Karpen, former Co-CEO of Focus Features, is launching new distribution company Bleecker Street to be based in New York City. Bleecker CEO Karpen will scout new films at this year’s TIFF; he plans release 3-5 pictures in 2015 and more as t...

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    Why Elisabeth Moss is the Life of the Party and More We Discovered at 'The One I Love' New York Premiere

    Elisabeth Moss, Mark Duplass and "The One I Love" team chat with Indiewire at the film's New York premiere.

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    Watch Michael Fassbender Rock Out in a Paper Head at 'Frank' Premiere

    The New York City premiere of Lenny Abrahamson's latest film got the full rock star treatment, right down to a performance from the cast.

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    The Met Opera Struggles to Adapt and Survive Amid Controversy ('60 Minutes' VIDEO)

    A major labor lock-out looming, a famous composer's opera facing scrutiny from those fearing it will incite anti-Semitism abroad: these days, the majority of the drama at the Metropolitan Opera in New York City seems to be happening not onstage, but offstage.

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    Exclusive Cahiers du Cinéma Reviews In English: A French Classic That Inspired Leos Carax And More

    On the occasion of its 700th issue, legendary French film magazine Cahiers du Cinéma has partnered with the French Institute Alliance Française (FIAF), New York’s premiere French cultural center, to present a special two-part CinéSalon film series.

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    From 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' to 'Back to the Future,' How BBQ Films Creates Immersive Cinematic Experiences

    New York-based BBQ Films is a production company which creates events where attendees participate in the movie being screened, including most recently "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" and "Back to the Future."

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