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    'Boyhood's Great. Now What About 'Girlhood'?

    Asia Argento's "Misunderstood" and Alice Rohrwacher's "The Wonders" are coming-of-age stories from a female POV.

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    In ''71' and 'Timbuktu,' War Is Other People

    Yann Demange's take on the Northern Irish conflict grinds down its characters' humanity, while in Abderrhamane Sissako's anti-Islamist parable, everyone has his reasons.

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    'Jauja' and 'The Princess of France': Inside the Impenetrable

    Adapting Shakespeare and exploring colonialism, movies by Mathías Piñero and Lisandro Alonso ask us to watch them in different ways.

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    'Gone Girl' and the Female Gaze

    In David Fincher and Gillan Flynn's movie, a woman is not the story but its teller.

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    5 Tips for Female Filmmakers from the NYFF's Convergence Panel

    Advice from 'Women's Impact: Producing in a Convergent World'

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    Meet the New York Film Festival Critics Academy, Class of 2014

    Get to know the up-and-coming critics you'll be reading on Criticwire during the NYFF.

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    Indiewire and Film Comment Announce Finalists for 2014 NYFF Critics Academy

    Participants will meet critics and other members of the industry while producing new work in a deadline-driven environment.

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    Are Projectionists Dinosaurs in the Age of Digital Cinema?

    Once upon a time, film projectionists were stars. Between 1895 and 1897, people would pay in order to see the brand new technology that allowed moving images to be projected on a screen. But more than 100 years later, film projectionists are a dying breed. Indiewire spoke to projectionists at the re...

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    In 'Songs From the North' and 'Durak,' Community Goes to Extremes

    From the enforced unity of North Korea to the crumbling world of the former Soviet Union.

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