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The Belly of the Beast

Two festival documentaries, Amos Gitai’s Field Diary (1982) and Lucien Castaing-Taylor and Véréna Paravel's Leviathan (2012), assault the viewers' senses by deeply immersing them in the worlds of commercial fishing and the Lebanon War, respectively.

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Different Girls, Different Hair

Frances Ha and Ginger and Rosa depict strikingly honest female friendships at a turning point: in order for their relationships to survive, these friends must learn to accept changes in each other and discover identities outside of their formerly inseparable unit.

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When Living Means Leaving

Christian Petzold's Barbara and Yesim Ustaoglu’s Araf – Somewhere In Between depict women seeking to escape their oppressive lives, but whose surroundings pull them in unexpected directions.

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Changing Times and Rolling Stones

Two documentaries about the iconic rock band, Charlie is My Darling and Gimme Shelter, show just how much The Rolling Stones (and the world around them) changed in the four short but tumultuous years between 1965 and 1969.

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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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“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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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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The Legacy of Raúl Ruiz

NYFF commemorates the passing of a cinema great with three offerings: his final film Night Across the Street, the film that was to be his next project Lines of Wellington (completed by his wife and editor Valeria Sarmiento), and his avant-garde work The Blind Owl.

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“Little Shop” Director’s Cut Lets You Suddenly See More

An impressive restoration of the original ending to Frank Oz's beloved classic Little Shop of Horrors casts the story in an apocalyptic new light. Read more and watch video of the Q&A and live performances from its premiere at NYFF!

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The Extravagant Shadows

David Gatten's real-time experiment in (literally) watching paint dry is a beautiful discourse on language and time, and just one of many vibrant and essential offerings in this year's Views from the Avant-Garde.

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