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NYFF Daily, Wednesday 10/10

With only five days left of the New York Film Festival, it's still not too late to see some of the best films of the year!

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Photos from NYFF Centerpiece “Not Fade Away”

Relive the 50th New York Film Festival Centerpiece Gala with images from the red carpet and our Q&A with director David Chase, executive producer Steve Van Zandt and stars of the film. Oh, and a few surprise guests from New Jersey...

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Spielberg Surprises Fest With “Lincoln” Sneak

For the first time, Steven Spielberg took the stage at the New York Film Festival with a work-in-progress screening of his topical and political melodrama Lincoln starring Daniel Day-Lewis.

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Youth and the Beast

Back-to-back viewings of two NYFF films—Leos Carax's Holy Motors and Olivier Assayas' Something in the Air—make a young cinephile question the healthiness of his film fanaticism. By indulging his obsession with the depiction of life on-screen, is he letting his own youth pass him by?

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NYFF Daily, Tuesday 10/9

Manohla Dargis of the New York Times wrote that the New York Film Festival's mantra is "More." We're taking that to heart today with "more" new films from around the world, "more" masterpieces from across time, and "more" directors in-person for everything from intros to Q&As to free conversations!

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“Heaven’s Gate” and Film Maudit Culture

Once cited as the film that killed the Hollywood New Wave, a restored director's cut of Michael Cimino's unfairly-maligned masterpiece received a rapturous reception at the 50th New York Film Festival. But in the days of widespread availability and #teammargaret, is the film maudit a thing of the past?

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Behind the Scenes: Peter Kubelka’s “Monument Film”

Get a sneak peak at the installation that accompanies Kubelka's highly anticipated new work as it was being set up this weekend in the Furman Gallery, then see Monument Film and Antiphon tonight at 7:00pm and 9:00pm in the Walter Reade Theater. Rush tickets available!

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The Spider of Lincoln Center

NYFF Convergence wasn't just a place for talking about transmedia storytelling; new projects were actually created on-site and in real-time, like this winner of our Transmedia Test Kitchen throw-down. Experience the result for yourself and check out full video of the event!

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Love, Loss and Time Travel

Noémie Lvovsky's Camille Rewinds, an updated and re-imagined French take on Francis Ford Coppola's Peggy Sue Got Married (NYFF '86), finds new depth in the comedic tale of a woman reliving her high school experience.

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NYFF Daily: Monday, 10/8

Today at the fest: Our buzzed-about Secret Screening; Peter Kubelka's highly-anticipated new avant-garde work Monument Film; Cinéastes docs about Jean Vigo, Chantal Akerman, and Martin Scorsese; and Main Slate offerings from Olivier Assayas, Sally Potter, and Abbas Kiarostami.

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