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Check out photos from the NYFF premieres of “12 Years a Slave,” “All Is Lost,” and “Nebraska”

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More NYFF Photos: Cate Blanchett, Ben Stiller + the cast of “Walter Mitty,” Isabelle Huppert & more!

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David Godlis’ archival photos of the Coen brothers, Claire Denis, Jim Jarmusch, Jean-Luc Godard, and

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Cate Blanchett charms Gala crowd, James Gray + Joaquin Phoenix talk The Immigrant and more…

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Watch the trailer for our huge Jean-Luc Godard retrospective, which runs October 9 – 30

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September 27 — October 13

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Searching for Jason

By Eugene Hernandez on April 19, 2013

A landmark American indie was nearly lost, until it was found by a group of obsessive film archivists. Read More »

The Cinephilia Locked Inside “Room 237”

By Peter Labuza on March 29, 2013

Peter Labuza of NYFF Critics Academy responds to the argument that Room 237 is an attack on film criticism and delves into the particularly obsessive strain of cinephilia inspired by the work of Stanley Kubrick. Read More »

Interview: Abbas Kiarostami, “Like Someone in Love”

By Jonathan Robbins on February 11, 2013

The Iranian master on working through language barriers in his latest. Japan-set film, as well as the ongoing debate between digital and film, the tragic "misunderstandings" between Iran and the U.S., and much more in this fascinating interview. Read More »

Season Spotlight: “Amour”

By Zachary Mandinach on December 19, 2012

It's been almost seven months since Michael Haneke's latest film was selected as the unanimous winner of the Palme d'Or in Cannes. Today, it finally arrived in select US cities! In today's Season Spotlight, we look back at the overwhelming praise Amour has received for the better part of a year. Read More »

Season Spotlight: “Life of Pi”

By Zachary Mandinach on December 10, 2012

Fittingly, the first of our awards season spotlights centers on NYFF50 Opening Night film Life of Pi. Ang Lee's latest has been almost universally praised for its pioneering CGI effects, use of 3D technology, and spiritual and emotional gravitas. Read More »

Interview: Julia Loktev, “The Loneliest Planet”

By Jonathan Robbins on November 12, 2012

This NYFF '11 Main Slate selection has been dazzling festival audiences all year and is now in theaters in select cities. We spoke with the Georgian filmmaker about tongue twisters, the editing booth and her award-winning film starring Gael García Bernal and Hani Furstenberg. Read More »

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