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From Gone Girl to Birdman via Laura Poitras’s Edward Snowden doc and the latest from Paul Thomas Anderson and Nick Broomfield, this year’s New York Film Festival pulled some big-ticket premieres, reports Ashley Clark.
Thursday 23 October 2014
At this year’s festival in Turkey’s bustling resort city, filmmakers and organisers worked out a new lesson the hard way: thou shalt not subtitle defamations of Turkish officialdom in English. Kaya Genç reports.
Tuesday 21 October 2014
One fifth of the films in this year’s LFF are directed (or co-directed) by women. It’s as good as it gets but not good enough, festival director Clare Stewart tells Sophie Mayer.
Friday 10 October 2014
Kosovo has more film festivals than cinemas. Croatia may have more than any other country in the world. Neil Young investigates DIY cinephilia in the lands of the southern Slavs.
Monday 15 September 2014
The Songs from the Second Floor director concludes his deadpan-doleful trilogy with the festival’s “most extreme work of authorial exactitude on show”, reports Nick James.
Sunday 7 September 2014
From the Magazine
The extraordinary follow-up to The Act of Killing and a restored James Stewart western dwarf the otherwise slim pickings in the first few days of this year’s Biennale, finds Nick James.
Monday 1 September 2014
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