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    Kino Lorber Acquires Bruno Dumont's 'L'il Quinquin' Ahead of Screenings at TIFF and NYFF

    The latest from the director of "L'Humanité" is a shockingly funny burlesque comedy.

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    Watch: Soon-To-Be Superstar Jack O'Connell Faces Ireland's 'Troubles' in ''71' Trailer

    This new trailer shows a rising star giving another impressive performance.

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    'Whiplash,' 'Foxcatcher' and Jean-Luc Godard Join 'Gone Girl' in New York Film Festival Main Slate Lineup

    The New York Film Festival has announced its Main Slate lineup, which includes previous festival favorites like "Mr. Turner," "Clouds of Sils Maria," 'Two Days, One Night" and Jean-Luc Godard's "Goodbye to Language."

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    Henry Jenkins Will Give Keynote at Convergence Section of New York Film Festival

    The Film Society of Lincoln Society has revealed a keynote speaker and a few selections for the Convergence section at the New York Film Festival.

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    Paul Thomas Anderson's 'Inherent Vice' Will World Premiere at New York Film Festival

    The Film Society of Lincoln Center announced today that Paul Thomas Anderson’s "Inherent Vice" will make its world premiere as the Centerpiece selection at the festival (which runs from September 26-October 12) on Saturday, October 4.

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    Why Joaquin Phoenix is the Most Fascinating Actor Working in Film Today

    Sporting his "Inherent Vice" shoulder-length hairstyle and half-laced up boots, Joaquin Phoenix cut an intriguing figure at this year's New York Film Festival.

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    NYFF: '12 Years a Slave' Q&A Videography

    Is it really possible that there haven’t been many films about slavery that actually depict slavery with such authenticism? Perhaps, Roots.

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    Producer David Picker Discusses Ingmar Bergman, Woody Allen And How the Film Industry Has Changed

    On the eve of the 51st annual New York Film Festivals' closing weekend, the festival hosted a public conversation with veteran producer David V. Picker on the occasion of his new book, "Musts, Maybes and Nevers: A Book About the Movies."

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    NYFF '13: Spike Jonze and the Cast of Closing Night Selection 'Her' Discuss Artificial Intelligence and Emotional Baggage

    The closing night selection of the 51st New York Film Festival, Spike Jonze's hugely anticipated "Her" takes a look at love as we know it, fully absorbed in the realms of technology. The film, which takes place in a vaguely futuristic version of Los Angeles, stars Joaquin Phoenix as Theodore, a prof...

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