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A Peek Inside “New York Film Festival Gold”

This advance look at our gorgeous new book celebrating 50 years of NYFF (and film) history features a complete table of contents, reproductions of select pages, and excerpts from some of the 15 in-depth essays by critics, film historians, and NYFF alumni.

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Is “Holy Motors” Cinema’s Elegy or Its Exciting Rebirth?

One of the most talked-about films of the year seems to simultaneously celebrate and mourn the movies. We track what director Leos Carax has had to say about the film at Cannes, Locarno, NYFF and beyond.

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NYFF Daily, Sunday 10/14

On the final day of 50th New York Film Festival: Robert Zemeckis' Flight, Erich von Stroheim, two shorts programs, Laurence Olivier's Richard III introduced by Martin Scorsese, and Alfred Hitchcock's last masterpiece.

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NYFF Q&A: “Leviathan”

One of the most memorable press conferences from this year's festival was Verena Paravel and Lucien Castaing-Taylor discussing the monstrous effort that went into filming their sense-assaulting commercial fishing documentary. Watch full video of the conversation and four minutes from the film, then catch its sole screening today at 6:00pm.

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NYFF Daily: Saturday, 10/13

Today in NYFF: Directors in person at main slate screenings of Araf – Somewhere in Between, No, The Last Time I Saw Macao, and Leviathan; a restoration of Fellini's Satyricon; docs about Iosseliani, Rivette, Walsh and Fuller; an HBO Directors Dialogue with Flight director Robert Zemeckis; and much more!

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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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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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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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NYFF Daily, Friday 10/12

Today in NYFF: three Main Slate premieres; fascinating industry doc Casting By; Cinéastes episodes on Joseph Losey, Otto Preminger and the French New Wave; a yakuza massacre at midnight; and free discussions with Roger Michell and David Thomson!

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Salud, Richard Peña!

After 25 years as the artistic chief at the New York Film Festival and the Film Society of Lincoln Center, Richard Peña took the stage last night to start saying good-bye.

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