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    Attention, Documentary Filmmakers: New York Times Op-Docs Set to Host First Live Pitch Competition (EXCLUSIVE)

    The New York Times' Op-Docs -- the publication's Emmy-nominated video channel for independently minded filmmakers and artists -- is set to host its first-ever live pitch competition at a private event held at The Times' headquarters. Five filmmakers will pitch their Op-Doc ideas to an exclusive audi...

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    New Oscar Blogger Cara Buckley Joins the Red Carpet Ranks

    Following David Carr and Melena Ryzik, the new New York Times Carpetbagger is now metro desk veteran-turned-culture reporter Cara Buckley.

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    As TV Consumption Changes, Everyone Wants a Piece of a Very Messy Pie

    It was only a matter of time before some disruptor found a way to let viewers watch live TV on their computers. That service is Aereo (backed by digital entrepreneur Barry Diller), which is currently at the center of a huge legal battle that has everyone from networks to broadcasters to Internet com...

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    WATCH: Gareth Edwards Talks Stunning 'Godzilla' Sequence for NYT Anatomy of a Scene

    Gareth Edwards' "Godzilla," which roared mightily with $93 million at the box office this past weekend, is one of the more visually spectacular tentpoles in recent memory. But what may be the most showstopping sequence of the film has less to do with giant lizards and Mutos than it does with humans....

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    NYT Critics Dargis and Scott Weigh In On Everything That Rankles Them About the Film Industry

    The NYT has published a fairly fabulous series of "emails" from their two top film critics -- that would be Manohla Dargis and A.O. Scott -- openly addressed to a number of groups throughout the industry, including everyone from Megan Ellison and Sony to "directors," "Hollywood liberals" (with Amy P...

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    WATCH: Creepy 'Oculus' Gets the NY Times Anatomy of a Scene Treatment

    One of the year's biggest sleeper surprises could be "Oculus," a new horror film that has critics raving. Watch as director Mike Flanagan talks a clip from the film for New York Times' Anatomy of a Scene.

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    'POV' and The New York Times to Present New Documentaries Online

    PBS's independent documentary series "POV (Point of View)" and the New York Times will join forces to present a new series of digital documentaries, along with accompanying articles and interviews, throughout 2014.

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    WATCH: Wes Anderson Guides Us Through a Pivotal and Very Funny Scene in 'The Grand Budapest Hotel'

    This week's NY Times Anatomy of a Scene video featurette sees director Wes Anderson discuss a pivotal scene from his delightful adventure romp "The Grand Budapest Hotel," which arrives in theaters March 7. Watch below.

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    Is Shia LaBeouf the Next Marlon Brando? James Franco Seems to Think So

    Always one to keep busy, Hollywood's Renaissance Man James Franco took some time out of his schedule to pen an op-ed in The New York Times about Shia LaBeouf's recent headline-making antics and whether there's an end point to the whole charade.

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    New York Times Takes On Film Society of Lincoln Center And Gets It Wrong. Here’s Why

    In this weekend's Sunday Arts & Leisure section of the New York Times, the paper's top film critics offer up some sharp words for one of the city's venerated film institutions under the guise of constructive criticism.

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