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Daily | NYFF 2014 | Bruno Dumont’s LI’L QUINQUIN

October 1, 2014
Li'l Quinquin

A “farce that sustains both its tone and laugh quotient for over three hours.”

Daily | La Furia Umana, Sheridan, Expressionism

October 1, 2014

Plus interviews with Jem Cohen, Jill Soloway and Michael M. Bilandic.

Daily | NYFF 2014 | Abderrahmane Sissako’s TIMBUKTU

October 1, 2014

“A tragic vision of a spartan desert paradise facing extinction.”

Daily | NYFF 2014 | Bertrand Bonello’s SAINT LAURENT

September 30, 2014
Gaspard Ulliel as 'Saint Laurent'

“Nervy enough to consider itself Viscontian, and skilled enough to pull it off.” Updated through 10/1.

Daily | Rivette, Hurtado(s), Jodorowsky

September 30, 2014
Juliet Berto in 'Out 1'

Also: What Richard Linklater and David Fincher will be up to next.

Daily | NYFF 2014 | Dominik Graf’s BELOVED SISTERS

September 30, 2014
Beloved Sisters

“A bristling epic, brilliantly told as a near epistolary saga.”

Daily | NYFF 2014 | Hong Sang-soo’s HILL OF FREEDOM

September 29, 2014
'Hill of Freedom'

A film of “dazzling complexity and mercurial surprises.”

Daily | NYFF 2014 | Mathieu Amalric’s THE BLUE ROOM

September 29, 2014
Mathieu Amalric in 'The Blue Room'

“We see elements of Chabrol, Hitchcock, Lang, Preminger, and Resnais.” Updated through 10/1.

Daily | NYFF 2014 | Martín Rejtman’s TWO SHOTS FIRED

September 29, 2014
'Two Shots Fired'

“One of the sharpest, savviest, and most humane comic sensibilities in contemporary cinema.”

Daily | Cronenberg, Lynch, Maddin

September 29, 2014
David Cronenberg

And the New Yorker dips into its archive and dusts off six profiles of actresses.

Daily | NYFF 2014 | Damien Chazelle’s WHIPLASH

September 28, 2014

“Dynamic and unnervingly unpredictable.” Updated through 10/1.

Daily | NYFF 2014 | Martin Scorsese and David Tedeschi’s THE 50 YEAR ARGUMENT

September 28, 2014

“Sober, highly subjective, unashamedly hagiographic.” Updated through 10/1.