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    'A Touch of Sin,' 'Burning Bush' and Violent Change

    In Jia Zhang-ke's China and Agniezska Holland's Czechoslovakia, political change comes at a bloody cost.

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    Joanna Hogg: Part David Lynch, Part Lena Dunham

    The three films in the New York Film Festival's "Emerging Artist: Joanna Hogg" are sometimes mundane, sometimes bizarre, but always feature Tom Hiddleston.

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    John Goodman: The Coens' 'Common Man'

    With 'Inside Llewyn Davis,' John Goodman adds another chapter to a long collaboration with the Coen brothers.

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    NYFF Critics Academy: The New Class

    Meet the members of the New York Film Festival Critics Academy and find out which festival films they're most looking forward to.

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    Indiewire and the Film Society of Lincoln Center Announce Finalists For Second Annual NYFF Critics Academy

    It's been a year since the first edition of the Critics Academy, a workshop co-hosted by Indiewire and the Film Society Society of Lincoln Center for aspiring film critics that takes place during the New York Film Festival, and it's starting to look like we're on to something.

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    The Critics Academy Compendium: All the 2013 Locarno Coverage

    A handy collection of all the Critics Academy work that has been featured on Criticwire and the Film Society of Lincoln Center blog.

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    Richard Curtis' 'About Time'

    In the 'Notting Hill' auteur's time-traveling rom-com, the romance fizzles but father-son tenderness hits home.

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    'The Dirties' Approaches School Shootings as Black Comedy

    When it comes to discussions about violence in schools, Matt Johnson's debut feature may be an easier entry point for teens than other arthouse offerings.

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    Did Locarno's French Films Use Scenery as a Crutch?

    At this year's Locarno Film Festival, French stories became more about showcasing backdrops than certain directors' vision.

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    In 'Shivers' and 'What Now? Remind Me,' Mortality and the Prison of the Mind

    A daring and undaunted film has been awarded the Special Jury Prize at the Locarno Film Festival this past weekend: it is Joaquim Pinto's new film E Agora? Lembra-me ("What Now? Remind Me"). When I first watched it at the beginning of the festival, I left the screening room in a haze, the film was s...

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