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    NYFF '13: Jim Jarmusch and Tilda Swinton on 'Only Lovers Left Alive,' Creating Their Own Vampire Mythology and Why Hollywood Film Music Is Boring

    At first glance, it might seem unusual for Jim Jarmusch to be taking on the vampire genre; after all, his films have usually been concerned with the likes of cab drivers, middle-aged New Jersey lotharios and other arrays of offbeat yet down-to-earth characters. And yet his propensity for deadpan abs...

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    NYFF '13: Steve McQueen on '12 Years A Slave,' the Effects of Slavery Today and Reuniting With Michael Fassbender

    The past six weeks have been very good to "12 Years A Slave." Coming off of his acclaimed 2011 film "Shame," anticipation was already huge for Steve McQueen's latest work, but once the film began screening the buzz became almost stratospheric. After its ecstatic reception at Telluride and Toronto (i...

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    At NYFF Tribute, Ralph Fiennes Discusses Importance of Directors, Imagination

    Where last week's New York Film Festival gala tribute to Cate Blanchett focused entirely on the actress in question, tonight's event--purportedly a similar fête for Ralph Fiennes--went the kill-two-birds approach. First, there was the expected Q&A, which was truncated more quickly than last week's ...

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    Meet the Woman Who Discovered Tom Hiddleston, NYFF Emerging Artist Joanna Hogg

    When Joanna Hogg’s three films played at NYFF this past week in the Emerging Artists series, U.S. audiences got their first look at a markedly original talent. A British filmmaker with a long history in television direction, Hogg pulled a complete one-eighty with her minimal freshman film “Unrelated...

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    Spike Jonze Previews 'Her' Before its New York Film Festival Unveiling

    Spike Jonze did not have a completed film to show at the recent Toronto International Film Festival, even though he'd been working on his fourth feature "Her" for three years, and editing the film for 14 months. It was "a relentless process" he said at the TIFF Q & A. "I don't know what I'm making, ...

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    Andrea Arnold and Naomi Foner Talk About Being Female Filmmakers

    Filmmakers Naomi Foner ("Very Good Girls") and Andrea Arnold ("Fishtank") participated in the Story Creation and the Artistic Process panel as part of the NYFF Live series of filmmaker conversations, making the panel's gender balance 50/50 (the other two panelists were Larry Gross and Henry Bean). W...

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    8 Writing Tips From Screenwriting Masters Larry Gross, Naomi Foner, Henry Bean and Andrea Arnold

    Veteran award-winning screenwriters Henry Bean ("The Believer"), Larry Gross ("We Don't Live Here Anymore") and Naomi Foner ("Very Good Girls") talked about their craft and tricks of the trade, along with Filmmaker in Residence Andrea Arnold ("Fishtank") yesterday at the Story Creation and the Artis...

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    'Cloud Chamber' from Denmark Invites Users Into 'Science Noir' Transmedia World

    What exactly is "Cloud Chamber?" Its creators describe it as a collaborative experience and a premium online mystery that is part alternate reality game, part film, part social network. The Danish transmedia projects launches online tomorrow.

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    'Grand Theft Auto V' Masterminds Explain How Game Design Differs From Filmmaking at the New York Film Festival

    Budgeted at well over $100 million and grossing as much as $800 million in sales a day after it hit stores last week, Rockstar Games' "Grand Theft Auto V" has been so insanely profitable in such a brief period of time that it puts all 2013 blockbusters to shame. Yet the commercial success of the lat...

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    NYFF '13: The Coen Brothers On Capturing the Folk Scene in 'Inside Llewyn Davis' and Potentially Going Digital

    Since winning the Grand Prix of the Jury at Cannes back in May, "Inside Llewyn Davis" has been riding a wave of the kind of warm and straightforward acclaim that is somewhat rare for the Coen Brothers, who have managed to garner divisiveness and debate for even their most acclaimed films. With the f...

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