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High Life

Space is the Ultimate Prison in Claire Denis’ ‘High Life’ (NYFF)

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You can’t escape the cosmic void.

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‘Too Late to Die Young’ Review: Chilean Coming-of-age Story Strikes Gray Gold (NYFF)

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Writer/director Dominga Sotomayor Castillo fashions a lavishly shot world in the woods that you won’t forget

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‘Wildlife’ Review: Paul Dano’s First Directorial Effort Yields Promising Results (NYFF)

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Mulligan, Gyllenhaal, and Oxenbould shine in Dano’s fiery 1960s drama about a fracturing family.

Ash Is The Purest White

‘Ash Is Purest White’ Review: Tao and Zhangke Solidify Themselves As One of Film’s Greatest Duos (NYFF)

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Zhangke’s latest is a mesmerizing dive into the rural Chinese underground.

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8 Things We Learned from Carol Director Todd Haynes at NYFF

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NYFF 2014: Incendiary, Essential ‘Citizenfour’ Illuminates Both Old and New Aspects of Edward…

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NYFF 2014: Wild ‘Birdman’ Soars With Strong Performances and Ambitious Wit

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NYFF 2014: ‘The Princess of France’ Is an Enchanting, Breathless Riff on Shakespeare

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NYFF 2014: ‘Eden’ Is a Beautifully Flighty Imagined Chronicle of French Electronic Dance Music

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