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NYFF Press Roundup: Final Day

NYFF Closing Night film "The Descendants" has the critics talking, as does "Pina" and "The Kid With a Bike." Main Slate entry "Le Havre" picks up the top prize at the Chicago International Film Festival.

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Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne: “The Kid with a Bike” is Darker Than You Think (Video)

In one of our free NYFF Forums in the Film Center the Belgian brothers discussed their careers, process, and their latest film with Eric Kohn of indieWIRE.

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NYFF Last Day

Includes info about rush tickets. The last day of NYFF brings our Closing Night film Alexander Payne's The Descendants as well as The Artist, Policeman, Corman's World: Exploits of a Hollywood Rebel, a conversation with Wim Wenders and several Nikkatsu offerings including Charisma and Cold Fish.

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NYFF Press Roundup: Day 16

The Artist, Vito, Goodbye First Love and the Nikkatsu Centennial's Love Hotel are among the films praised by the critics in the final weekend of the 49th New York Film Festival.

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NYFF Day 16

Includes info about rush tickets. Another packed Saturday at NYFF: Play, Pina, Goodbye First Love, Policeman, On Cinema: Alexander Payne, 25th Anniversary Screening of Salvador with Oliver Stone in person, Kevin Smith presents Buckaroo Banzai, two Shorts Programs and two free forums!

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NYFF Press Roundup: Day 15

Wes Anderson, Bill Murray, Anjelica Huston and Gwyneth Paltrow reunited for a Q&A following last night's screening of "The Royal Tenenbaums." Plus upcoming NYFF films "The Artist," "Policeman," "Corman's World," and "Goodbye First Love" get praised by the critics.

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Demystifying Female Film Producers, Then and Now

Includes video! "Women Produce Well Developed Films," a free NYFF Forum held Wednesday in the FIlm Center Amphitheater, examined the history of female producers and recent changes in the process of film production.

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NYFF1: Luis Buñuel’s “The Exterminating Angel”

Buñuel's surrealist masterpiece opened the first-ever New York Film Festival in 1963 and tomorrow it will kick off a weekly series of films, one from each year of the festival to date. "50 Years of the New York Film Festival" will run all year until the milestone 50th edition of the festival next fall!

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NYFF Press Roundup: Day 14

The critics serve up more praise for NYFF entries Martha Marcy May Marlene, The Skin I Live In, and This is Not a Film, plus our "Views from the Avant Garde" series.

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Paradise Lost and the West Memphis Three

Jason Baldwin, Damien Echols and Jesse Misskelley Jr. made their first public appearance since their release from prison in August to participate in an emotional Q&A following Monday's NYFF screening of "Paradise Lost 3: Purgatory" with its never-before-seen new ending.

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