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Video & Photos from Gala Tribute to Richard Peña

Film Society of Lincoln Center celebrated 25 years of Richard Pena's significant contribution to the New York Film Festival and film culture at large with a special gala tribute on Wednesday. Check out video and photos from the emotional farewell event.

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NYFF Diary: Film as Art. 50 Years Later.

Fifty years ago the New York Film Festival's forefathers pursued a radical notion: Film is art.

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From Wall Street to Bourbon Street

Photos from the premiere of Nicholas Jarecki's financial thriller Arbitrage, the New Orleans Film Festival celebrates Louisiana in opening and closing night selections, James Cameron on his bid to adapt Jurassic Park, and more in today's FilmLinc digest.

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Film Society Welcomes Kent & Koehler!

A programming duo will replace longtime Program Director Richard Peña. Kent Jones will return to lead the New York Film Festival and Robert Koehler will head up year-round programming at Film Society.

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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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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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The Ever-Growing Web of NYFF

Over the history of the fest, many directors, actors and cinemas have repeatedly appeared, creating a complex network that is on prominent display in this weekend's 50 Years of the New York Film Festival marathon.

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Children’s Literature Comes Alive on Screen

Our ongoing Family Films series is focusing on literary adaptations for the month of September and October and ends with a special Halloween treat!

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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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Isn’t it a Pity: Two Films By Claude Sautet

In Vincent, François, Paul et les Autres and Max et les Ferrailleurs, the great French filmmaker crafted two of his most penetrating studies of failure and ambition.

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