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  1. Why Don Cheadle Completely Stayed in Character While Directing Miles Davis Biopic

    9:30 am 10/21/2015

    "It was like I was directed a little bit by Miles Davis," said Ewan McGregor of the actor-director's nicotine-scratched rasp between takes of 'Miles Ahead.'Read more

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  2. 'Rebel Citizen': NYFF Review

    10:34 am 10/12/2015

    Pamela Yates' documentary profile of the Oscar-winning cinematographer and director concentrates on his political and socially conscious films. Read more

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  3. 'The Sky Trembles and the Earth is Not Afraid and the Two Eyes are Not Brothers': NYFF Review

    8:34 am 10/12/2015

    Ben Rivers' experimental feature partly uses a classic Paul Bowles short story for inspiration. Read more

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  4. NYFF: Todd Haynes Remembers Chantal Akerman, Talks 'Carol' Film Influences

    6:50 pm 10/10/2015

    The director, who dedicated the Friday night screening of his Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara starrer to the late Belgian filmmaker, recalled what he gleaned from her work and the ways in which 'Brief Encounter' inspired and differs from his lesbian love story.Read more

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  5. 'Miles Ahead': NYFF Review

    12:27 pm 10/10/2015

    Don Cheadle moves into directing, casting himself as jazz genius Miles Davis in this bio-drama looped through the trumpeter's lost days in the late 1970s. Read more

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  6. NYFF: Don Cheadle Defends Creative Liberties in Story and Music of Miles Davis Biopic

    10:24 am 10/10/2015

    "What we all know in these real stories is that to some degree, they are all historical fiction, everyone is taking poetic license because clearly you can't encapsulate a person’s life in 90 minutes."Read more

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  7. 'Junun': NYFF Review

    3:10 pm 10/8/2015

    Paul Thomas Anderson follows frequent music collaborator Jonny Greenwood to Jodhpur, India, to record an album with Israeli composer Shye Ben Tzur.Read more

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  8. Kate Winslet on 'Steve Jobs' at NYFF Career Tribute Dinner: "I Was Helped Hugely By Some Very Bad Hairstyles and Clothes"

    12:52 pm 10/7/2015

    The six-time Oscar nominee talks about the challenges and joys of transforming herself into Apple's Joanna HoffmanRead more

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  9. 'The Witness': NYFF Review

    10:48 am 10/7/2015

    James Solomon's moving documentary chronicles Bill Genovese's quest for the truth behind his sister Kitty's notorious murder. Read more

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  10. 'Bridge of Spies' NYFF Premiere: Tom Hanks, Steven Spielberg Talk Importance of Being Prepared, Trusting First-Time Screenwriter

    12:52 pm 10/5/2015

    "Steven does this incredible thing when he casts you: He empowers you with the scene," Hanks explained. "He wants you to come in with ideas that are beyond the page, beyond the text and even I think beyond the purview of your own character."Read more

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