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  1. New York Film Fest: 'All Is Lost's' J.C. Chandor, Producers Take Leap to Make Stranded-at-Sea Epic

    1:02 pm 10/9/2013

    The team behind "Margin Call" also talks about why an on-demand release wasn't right for the follow-up.Read more

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  2. New York Film Fest: '12 Years a Slave,' 'All is Lost' and 'Nebraska' Clamor for Attention on Busy Night

    8:47 pm 10/8/2013

    Stars Michael Fassbender, Robert Redford and Bruce Dern were joined by the likes of Madonna and Carl Bernstein at back-to-back-to-back screenings and receptions.Read more

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  3. Claire Denis, French Auteur, on Women Filmmakers, Attractive Actors and 'Bastards'

    6:02 pm 10/7/2013

    The 65-year-old filmmaker, who is best known for her feature debut, "Chocolat," and her most acclaimed film, "Beau Travail," spoke with THR at the New York Film Festival.Read more

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  4. New York Film Fest: 'Walter Mitty's' Ben Stiller, Castmates, Producers Talk Inhabiting Multiple Worlds

    5:08 pm 10/6/2013

    The actor-director-producer and his colleagues also discuss creating a modern movie about the titular daydreamer and the status of the "Zoolander" sequel.Read more

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  5. New York Film Fest: 'The Secret Life of Walter Mitty' Splits Critics, Charms Festivalgoers (Analysis)

    9:30 pm 10/5/2013

    Ben Stiller directs and stars in this loose adaptation of James Thurber's 1939 short story, which was greeted with a lengthy standing ovation at its world premiere.Read more

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  6. The Secret Life of Walter Mitty: New York Film Festival Review

    3:49 pm 10/5/2013

    Ben Stiller directs and stars in this long-gestating remake of the 1947 Danny Kaye comedy about a daydreaming everyman, based on James Thurber's short story.Read more

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  7. New York Film Fest: Doc Contenders 'Tim's Vermeer,' 'The Square' Screen Back-to-Back

    8:03 pm 10/3/2013

    THR's awards analyst would be surprised if both films, which previously played in Telluride and Toronto, do not make the best doc feature Oscar shortlist.Read more

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  8. New York Film Fest: Cate Blanchett Tribute Bolsters Already Strong Oscar Case

    7:31 pm 10/2/2013

    The evening featured a gushing toast from the actress' "Blue Jasmine" co-star Alec Baldwin and videotaped congrats from the film's writer-director, Woody Allen.Read more

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  9. Afternoon of a Faun: New York Film Festival Review

    7:17 am 10/1/2013

    Nancy Buirski's documentary recounts the fascinating tale of Tanaquil Le Clercq, the ballerina who inspired such legendary choreographers as George Balanchine and Jerome Robbins.Read more

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  10. New York Film Fest: Weekend Highlighted by 'Llewyn Davis' Premiere, Star-Studded Charity Concert

    12:09 am 9/30/2013

    CBS Films will give the Coen brothers' musical dramedy a limited release starting on Dec. 6, and Sunday night's concert will air a week after that on Showtime.Read more

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