NYFF51 may be over, but our Critics Academy coverage continues!

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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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NYFF51 Photos: Week One at a Glance

By Tiffany Vazquez on October 2, 2013

Take a look at exclusive photos from various screenings, panels, special events, and behind-the-scenes glimpses of the first week of the 51st New York Film Festival! Read More »

A (Video) Tribute to Cate Blanchett

By Tiffany Vazquez on October 2, 2013

As the 51st New York Film Festival gets ready for our Gala Tribute to Cate Blanchett tonight, we compiled a video playlist of some of her greatest performances. Happy watching! Read More »

NYFF51: Lust, Laughs, Magic and Emerging Artists

By Brian Brooks on October 2, 2013

The parade of premieres, filmmakers and actors continued at Lincoln Center as the New York Film Festival headed into the week. About Time made its U.S. debut along with Strangers By the Lake, as Omar teased its premiere later this week. And NYFF's Emerging Artists talked about their craft. Read More »

NYFF Daily: Wednesday, October 2

By Liv Behre on October 2, 2013

Today at NYFF: A tribute to Cate Blanchett, conversations with About Time's director Richard Curtis and actor Louis Garrel, two films by emerging Mexican director Fernando Eimbcke, and more! Rush ticket info within... Read More »

NYFF51: “The Dog” End Of a Day Gone By…

By Brian Brooks on October 1, 2013

The Dog centers on John Wojtowicz, whose flamboyant robbery attempt in the summer of 1972 hypnotized TV audiences and inspired Sidney Lumet's Dog Day Afternoon starring Al Pacino. The documentary picks it up from there, rediscovering a figure who transcended moral decorum and steadfastly lived life his way. Read More »

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