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The Doubting of Reality in “Let’s Scare Jessica to Death”

Freshly removed from Manhattan and her doctors, no one will listen to poor Jessica when she suspects evil forces at play in her new countryside setting. That is, until the bodies start piling up. Atmospheric and surreal, "Let's Scare Jessica To Death" is an underrated gem.

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Encore Screenings on Final Day of NYFF51

The sun is setting on the 51st New York Film Festival. For the first time, Closing Night came a day early, which left us with a day to schedule encore screenings of some of our most popular films. Here's what the critics, and in some cases our programmers, are saying about them.

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NYFF Daily: Saturday, October 12

Today at NYFF: World Premiere of Spike Jonze's Her starring Joaquin Phoenix, an extended conversation with James Gray, more Godard and How Democracy Works Now, and more!

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NYFF Daily: Friday, October 11

Today at NYFF: premiere of Palme d'Or winner Blue Is the Warmest Color and Hany Abu-Assad's Omar, dark classics from Godard and Visconti, and the continuation of political epic How Democracy Works Now.

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NYFF Daily: Thursday, October 10

Today at NYFF: Premiere of Jim Jarmusch's Only Lovers Left Alive, Martin Scorsese's The Age of Innocence and Richard Linklater's Dazed and Confused 20 years later, and fascinating political doc series How Democracy Works Now.

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NYFF Daily: Wednesday, October 9

Today in NYFF: Our Gala Tribute to Ralph Fiennes and U.S. premiere of The Invisible Woman, NYFF Live talks with agnès b and the filmmakers behind How Democracy Works Now, two Godard classics, and more!

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NYFF Daily: Monday, October 7

The New York Film Festival takes over the entire borough today with NYFF Live talks uptown and down, the premiere of Kiyoshi Kurosawa's Real and agnès b.'s My Name Is Hmmm..., the conclusion of this year's Views From the Avant-Garde and more!

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NYFF Daily: Sunday, October 6

Four highly acclaimed Official Selection films debut today—The Immigrant, Gloria, Abuse of Weakness, and Bastards—and Views from the Avant-Garde is still going strong.

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NYFF Daily: Saturday, October 5

At the midpoint of NYFF, we've got Centerpiece screenings of the World Premiere of Ben Stiller's Walter Mitty, conversations with Agnieszka Holland and Claire Denis, a duo of restored 35mm classics by Nicholas Ray, the first of our shorts programs, and more Views from the Avant-Garde!

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NYFF Daily: Friday, October 4

It’s a great Friday for cinephiles at the 51st New York Film Festival! Today’s schedule includes a huge selection of experimental films, as well as two acclaimed works from the Official Selection and a Jean-Luc Godard classic.

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