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Film of the Week: Listen Up Philip

By Jonathan Romney on Oct 8, 2014

Alex Ross Perry's Philip Roth-inspired comedy does more than reveal why you should never meet your heroes

NYFF Diary #3: Inherent Vice

By Max Nelson on Oct 7, 2014

Paul Thomas Anderson's adaptation of Thomas Pynchon's novel finds the sadness hiding behind the clouds of pot smoke—but doesn't dwell on it

Interview: Matías Piñeiro

By Dan Sullivan on Oct 6, 2014

The director of The Princess of France discusses his elastic, idiosyncratic approach to storytelling and the play of language

Interview: Abel Ferrara

By Nick Pinkerton on Oct 3, 2014

The director of NYFF selection Pasolini discusses doing justice to the Italian auteur and the responsibilities of a filmmaker

Interview: Luis López Carrasco

By Nicholas Vroman on Oct 3, 2014

Party's over: the director of El Futuro speaks about his film and the enduring, false optimism of post-Franco Spain

Interview: Takashi Makino

By Julian Ross on Oct 3, 2014

The director of 2012, a Projections selection, discusses the limits of abstraction, film versus digital, and the physicality of the live experience

Interview: Josh & Benny Safdie

By Dan Sullivan on Oct 2, 2014

Volatile spirits: the directors of NYFF selection Heaven Knows What and Daddy Longlegs discuss the intricate role of actors in their writing process

Interview: Debra Granik

By Jared Eisenstat on Oct 2, 2014

Proud to be an American: the director of NYFF selection Stray Dog and Winter's Bone discusses the changing face of the Ozarks and the heartland

NYFF Diary #2: People Will Talk

By Max Nelson on Oct 2, 2014

Theory and practice: Joseph L. Mankiewicz’s idealized tale about the medical profession, which screens as part of NYFF's retrospective of his films

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