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    NYFF- "Tulpan" and "Let It Rain" brave the elements

    Film #1-"Tulpan- I had been looking forward to Sergey Dvortsevoy's new film with great anticipation. Ten years ago, I saw his documentary short, "Bread Day" at the Margaret Mead Film Festival. There is not a month that goes by that I do not think about that film.

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    The New York Film Festival is in full swing

    Searching for that elusive electric feel? Look no further.

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    On critics. On women.

    Yesterday the NYFF held a panel discussion on the state of film criticism. When Film Comment editor Gavin Smith introduced O magazine critic Jessica Winter, he made a disparaging comment about Oprah's audience. Come on, Gavin....

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    NYFF- The kickoff of screenings

    Director Laurent Cantet (with Festival Director Richard Peña) discusses "The Class," which will open the NYFF on Sept. 26

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    Murder the journalist!

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    Aussies Invade Tribeca

    At the International Filmmaker Meet & Greet, the Aussies were in full force. Why so many? Because they party better than the rest of us? Turns out that after the UK and France, Australia has the most features in the festival (4), and all were represented by filmmakers, cast, and friends. Good th...

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