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NYFF51: A Tale of Two Forgers

In her final installment from the recent New York Film Festival, Judith Dry takes a look at the concept of legitimacy via two films that played the event, Teller's doc Tim's Vermeer and Nadav Schirman’s In The Darkroom.

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NYFF51: Images and Sounds as Meditation in Lois Patiño’s Experimental Films image

NYFF51: Images and Sounds as Meditation in Lois Patiño’s Experimental Films

In her final installment from the 51st New York Film Festival, Critics Academy member Vanessa Erazo "dives into" the avant-garde with a look at Lois Patiño's films and discovers a subliminal immersive experience.

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NYFF51: Nathaniel Dorsky’s “Song” and “Spring” Recall “Diamonds” of a Bygone Era image

NYFF51: Nathaniel Dorsky’s “Song” and “Spring” Recall “Diamonds” of a Bygone Era

In his final installment from NYFF51, Critics Academy member Gus Reed takes a look at Nathaniel Dorsky's new work, Song and Spring, which screened in Views from the Avant-Garde at the recent festival.

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NYFF51 Video: Thanks to YouTube, the Festival Lives On

Missing the New York Film Festival already? We sure are! Get your fix with some behind the scenes video exclusives. From the Her press conference to Nebraska stars on the red carpet, we hope these clips keep NYFF alive for you just a little longer...

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NYFF51: The American Dream Dashed in “12 Years A Slave” and “The Immigrant” image

NYFF51: The American Dream Dashed in “12 Years A Slave” and “The Immigrant”

Diana Drumm is a member of the NYFF Critics Academy. She examines the illusion American Dream in Steve McQueen's 12 Years a Slave and James Gray's The Immigrant.

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NYFF51: Sex Gets Its Close-Up In Two French Films

Critics Academy member Greg Cwik gives his take on the raw portrayal of sex in two NYFF51 movies, Blue Is The Warmest Color and Stranger By the Lake.

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NYFF51: Spike Jonze, Joaquin Phoenix Open Up with “Her” image

NYFF51: Spike Jonze, Joaquin Phoenix Open Up with “Her”

Spike Jonze and cast reunited at the Walter Reade Theater Saturday afternoon to discuss Her ahead of the World Premiere of the film, closing out the 51st New York Film Festival.

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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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NYFF51: Genre and Politics in “Captain Phillips” and “Omar” image

NYFF51: Genre and Politics in “Captain Phillips” and “Omar”

Shelley Farmer is a member of the NYFF Critics Academy. She examines two festival films, Paul Greengrass' "Captain Phillips" and Hany Abu-Assad's "Omar," that find personal focus amid a political story and argues that both owe a debt to genre filmmaking.

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NYFF Daily: Saturday, October 12 image

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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