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Locarno 2012 Diary: Reappraising Preminger’s Early Work

In the twelfth of a series of articles from the Locarno Critics Academy, Marc Menichini argues for the virtues of the great filmmaker's early, studio-commissioned works.

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Locarno 2012 Diary: Tension and Release

In the eleventh of a series of articles from the Locarno Critics Academy, Michael Noredine calls Leviathan "the kind of film that creates an environment so visually and aurally complete as to be nearly indescribable."

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Locarno 2012 Diary: Fearing Other People

In the tenth of a series of articles from the Locarno Critics Academy, Ari Gunnar Thorsteinsson looks at four festival selections that confront the alternate terrors of isolation and connection.

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Locarno 2012 Diary: Locarno’s Northern Lights

In the ninth in a series of articles from the Locarno Critics Academy, Adam Cook reflects on the sole Canadian offerings at this year's festival.

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Locarno 2012 Diary: Boy vs. Girl

In the eighth a series of articles from the Locarno Critics Academy, Beatrice Behn dissects the fraught gender dynamics of Ruby Sparks.

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Locarno 2012 Diary: The Specter of Pornography

In the seventh of a series of articles from the Locarno Critics Academy, Celluloid Liberation Front discusses three different depictions of opportunism, exploitation, and obscenity.

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Zemeckis’ “Flight” Will Close 50th NYFF

With the 50th New York Film Festival only 50 days away, the Film Society of Lincoln Center has made the first major announcement about the festival’s highly anticipated lineup: the festival will close with Flight by Robert Zemeckis.

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Interview with Kenya Marquez, “Expiration Date”

Latinbeat opens Friday with Kenya Marquez's impressive debut feature Expiration Date. Read our interview with the filmmaker about its balance between darkness and humor, shifting perspectives, and her inspiration for the project.

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In Defense of Orthodoxy: Two Late Films by Claude Sautet

The French master's last two films are humane, generous, and stubbornly traditional works—a reminder that old-fashioned novelistic filmmaking can stun just as effectively as its more radical counterparts.

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Martin Segal: 1916 - 2012

A passionate patron of the arts, Film Society of Lincoln Center co-founder Marty Segal died last weekend in New York City at the age of 96. UPDATE: Video of our recent interview with Segal about his remembrances of the New York Film Festival.

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