Film Comment’s Essential Cinema: “Her” image

Film Comment’s Essential Cinema: “Her”

As the year draws to a close, Film Comment is celebrating the best movies of 2013. In the second of 15 pieces from their Essential Cinema supplement, they take on NYFF51 Closing Night film Her by Spike Jonze.

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Film Comment Magazine’s Best of 2013 Lists Revealed

Joel and Ethan Coen's Inside Llewyn Davis, Steve McQueen's 12 Years a Slave, and Richard Linklater's Before Midnight take the top three spots on the magazine's list of the top 50 films released in 2013, and Philippe Garrel's Jealousy tops the list of undistributed films.

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Film Comment’s Essential Cinema: “12 Years a Slave” image

Film Comment’s Essential Cinema: “12 Years a Slave”

As the year draws to a close, Film Comment is celebrating the best movies of 2013 in a number of ways. Earlier today, they revealed their highly anticipated end-of-year lists and, over the next few weeks, they'll be putting online 15 pieces from their Essential Cinema supplement. First up is Steve McQueen's awards-buzzed 12 Years a Slave...

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Tracing Love’s Path in ‘About Time’ and ‘Le Week-End’ image

Tracing Love’s Path in ‘About Time’ and ‘Le Week-End’

A member of this year's NYFF Critics Academy, Graham Winfrey caught Richard Curtis' About Time at the New York Film Festival last month. The film, about a 21 year-old who uses his ability of time travel to pursue a girlfriend, is now in theaters.

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NYFF51: It’s A Love Thing

[NYFF Critics Academy member Mark E Lukenbill looks back at the 51st festival and explores the "aching highs" and "melancholic lows" of love in three of the festival's films, Her, Blue Is the Warmest Color and Only Lovers Left Alive.]

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NYFF51 Video: Scorsese, Vampires, and “Nebraska” image

NYFF51 Video: Scorsese, Vampires, and “Nebraska”

Do you miss the 51st New York Film Festival as much as we do? Hopefully these videos will help! Martin Scorsese, Jim Jarmusch, Tilda Swinton, Alexander Payne, Bruce Dern, June Squibb, and Will Forte were just some of the people who stopped by to make NYFF51 so special...

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NYFF51 Photos: “Blue,” “Dazed and Confused,” “Only Lovers,” and “Her” image

NYFF51 Photos: “Blue,” “Dazed and Confused,” “Only Lovers,” and “Her”

Even in its final days, the 51st New York Film Festival was rolling out the premieres and special events. Here's one last batch of photos of the directors and stars who made these nights so special!

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NYFF51 Debut “When Evening Falls On Bucharest Or Metabolism” Heads to U.S. Theaters image

NYFF51 Debut “When Evening Falls On Bucharest Or Metabolism” Heads to U.S. Theaters

Corneliu Porumboiu's recent New York Film Festival debut When Evening Falls On Bucharest or Metabolism is headed for U.S. theaters in early 2014.

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Arnaud Desplechin’s “Jimmy P” Heads from NYFF51 to U.S. Theaters image

Arnaud Desplechin’s “Jimmy P” Heads from NYFF51 to U.S. Theaters

New York Film Festival debut Jimmy P.: Psychotherapy of a Plains Indian is headed for a U.S. theatrical release in early 2014 courtesy of IFC Films.

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NYFF51: Creating Women in “Child of God” and “Her” image

NYFF51: Creating Women in “Child of God” and “Her”

In her final installment from the recent New York Film Festival, Critics Academy member Shelley Farmer takes a look at alternative relationships as manifest in James Franco's Child of God and Spike Jonze's Her.

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