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    Top 10: 2019 New York Film Festival Titles

    The New York Film Festival is in the books, ladies and gentlemen. 2019 marked another big year for the fest, complete with a massive debut in Martin Scorsese‘s “The Irishman,” as well as a number of other movies that seem poised for major Academy Award attention. So, to close out coverage of the fest, today […] More

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    NYFF Film Review: ‘The Whistlers’ Is a Creative And Entertaining Noir

    2019 NEW YORK FILM FESTIVAL: Detective stories are always better when they have a different kind of spin to them. We’ve had almost a century of hard boiled noirs, of all shapes and sizes, dominating the cinematic landscape. So, to find a new way to tell an old tale worth making a fuss over. “The […] More

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    NYFF Film Review: ‘Atlantics’ Is An Ambitious Supernatural Mystery

    2019 NEW YORK FILM FESTIVAL: To call “Atlantics” a supernatural drama is to do it a severe injustice. Yes, there is a spectral element here, but filmmaker Mati Diop is thinking far more about ideas than ghosts. With her feature debut, Diop explores Senegalese issues, while still telling a story that anyone can grab on […] More

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    Circuit Breaker Episode 159: ‘The Irishman’ Debuts, All Women DGA Lineup, and ‘The Farewell’ at the Globes Play in new window | Download (Duration: 1:52:23 — 64.3MB) | EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Email | Google Podcasts | RSS | MoreWelcome to the Awards Circuit podcast titled “Circuit Breaker! The Awards, Film, & TV Podcast,” a weekly breakdown from featuring host Clayton Davis along with panelists Sam Coffey, Mark Johnson, Joey Magidson, […] More

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    NYFF Film Review: ‘Liberté’ Is a Grueling And Vile Experience

    2019 NEW YORK FILM FESTIVAL: Audacious filmmaking almost always deserves to be commended. When a creative force opts for subversion and challenging audiences, knowing full well that their vision won’t be for most folks, that’s brave. However, one must still figure out a way to make their movie more than just that. If that’s not […] More

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    NYFF Film Review: ‘Synonyms’ Defies Easy Definition

    2019 NEW YORK FILM FESTIVAL: When a storyteller opts to ignore all presumed conventions about their movie, it’s a very compelling thing to witness. That can lead to greatness, a train-wreck, or something in between, but it rarely leads to boredom. “Synonyms,” playing at the New York Film Festival, uses the issue of identity and […] More

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    NYFF Film Review: ‘Zombi Child’ Mixes the Undead With Voodoo

    2019 NEW YORK FILM FESTIVAL: It’s almost a sure thing that no movie has ever tackled the undead like “Zombi Child” opts to. Nothing about this hybrid coming of age tale resembles anything you’ve seen before in the zombie genre. Frankly, it would be a mistake to label it a “zombie movie” anyhow. This isn’t […] More

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    Top 10: Anticipated Movies at the 2019 New York Film Festival

    The New York Film Festival each year brings tremendous movies to the Big Apple. For a few weeks each fall, the best and brightest in cinema descend on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. To celebrate NYFF 2019, we’re going to be running down some of the festival’s top options to check out. Below you […] More

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    WATCH: First Trailer for Noir Thriller ‘Motherless Brooklyn’ from Director and Star Edward Norton

    Warner Bros Pictures have released the first trailer for Edward Norton‘s film, “Motherless Brooklyn,” which was named the Closing Night selection for New York Film Festival. The film is an adaptation of Jonathan Lethem‘s best-selling novel of the same name. Norton stars and directs the film, which he also pens for the screen. In an unusually […] More

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    Warner Bros’ ‘Motherless Brooklyn’ from Director Edward Norton to Close New York Film Festival

    Film at Lincoln Center has announced Edward Norton‘s “Motherless Brooklyn” as the closing night selection at the 57th New York Film Festival. Norton directs the crime drama which sees him in the lead, with a supporting cast featuring Bruce Willis, Willem Dafoe, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Bobby Cannavale, Leslie Mann, Alec Baldwin, and Cherry Jones. From the press […] More

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