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The New Locarno-Toronto Connection

What does the growing selection overlap between one of the world's largest film festivals and its smaller, more independent-minded cousin indicate about the state of film distribution, and even film culture?

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Paul Thomas Anderson’s “The Master”

From the September/October issue of Film Comment: In The Master, Paul Thomas Anderson tells a big American story about two men who can't see past each other.

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TIFF’s First Weekend, NYTimes on the Fall Season

David O. Russell's latest wows and The Place Beyond the Pines finds distribution during a busy first weekend at Toronto; the New York Times previews the fall arts season; the first edition of the indie-focused La Di Da Film Festival approaches and more!

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A Soft Day: Comedy and Tragedy in Four Irish Tales

Ireland is a short film heavyweight with eight Oscar nominations and two wins in the past 10 years. Film Society and Irish Film New York have paired to present four of these mini-masterpieces in a special Amphitheater program!

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NYFF Tickets Go On Sale Today!

Tickets go on sale to the general public at NOON on Sunday, September 9. Here's your guide for how to purchase tickets.

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“Pieta” Tops Venice Fest; PT Anderson Best Director

In Italy, the Venice Film Festival wrapped tonight, but not before awarding its top prize to an acclaimed South Korean auteur.

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In Full Views

This year's Views from the Avant-Garde lineup features over 80 films, at least that many different styles, and one common purpose: to impose on us new ways of seeing, of feeling, and maybe of living. Also announced: HBO Directors Dialogue with Ang Lee and this year's Shorts Programs!

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Harlem Film Fest approaches, Cinema Guild acquires Leviathan

In our third Filmlinc Digest: Doc Leviathan (NYFF '12) gets U.S. distribution, Cambodia submits first film to Oscars in 18 years, new David Gordon Green project, and the 7th annual Harlem International Film Festival kicks off soon.

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Austria Serves Up “Amour” for Oscar Consideration

Michael Haneke's Palme d'Or winner is his home nation's entry for Best Foreign Language Film at the 85th Academy Awards. Fellow NYFF Main Slate selection Barbara from Christian Petzold will represent Germany.

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Q&A with Ira Sachs, “Keep the Lights On”

Revisit our podcast interview with Sachs from this year's Sundance Film Festival, see what the critics are saying and make sure to see this award-winning love story for yourself (one week only, director in person at select screenings today and tomorrow)!

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