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  • Halo_Insider
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    #158074

    Just got news of this from TheDissolve. Apparently, NYFF has announced their slate for this year, and the titles are looking pretty exciting. 

    The Lineup includes:

    Beloved Sisters (dir: Dominik Graf)
    Birdman or The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance (Alejandro G. Inarritu) (CLOSING NIGHT)
    The Blue Room (Mathieu Amalric)
    Clouds of Sils Maria (Olivier Assayas)
    Eden (Mia Hansen-Love)
    Foxcatcher (Bennett Miller)
    Gone Girl (David Fincher) (OPENING NIGHT)
    Goodbye to Language (Jean-Luc Godard)
    Heaven Knows What (Josh & Benny Safdie)
    Hill of Freedom (Hong Sang-soo)
    Horse Money (Pedro Costa)
    Inherent Vice (Paul Thomas Anderson) (CENTERPIECE)
    Jauja (Lisandro Alonso)
    Life of Riley (Alain Resnais)
    Listen Up Philip (Alex Ross Perry)
    Maps to the Stars (David Cronenberg)
    Misunderstood (Asia Argento)
    Mr. Turner (Mike Leigh)
    Pasolini (Abel Ferrara)
    The Princess of France (Matia Pineiro)
    Saint Laurent (Bertrand Bonello)
    La Sapienza (Eugene Green)
    ’71 (Yann Demange)
    Tales of the Grim Sleeper (Nick Broomfield)
    Timbuktu (Abderrahmane Sissako)
    Time Out of Mind (Oren Moverman)
    Two Days, One Night (Jean-Pierre & Luc Dardenne)
    Two Shots Fired (Martin Rejtman)
    Whiplash (Damien Chazelle)
    The Wonders (Alice Rohrwacher)

    Full link (with film summaries) here:

    http://thedissolve.com/news/2968-the-new-york-film-festival-line-up-has-been-announ/

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    BrokenFan
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    #158076

    Oooo how exciting! Only if I had the capital to travel to New York, buy tickets, and actually attend the thing. 

    Whiplash is playing New York as well? Hmm….maybe JK Simmons might become a thing.

    A  lot of Cannes films are playing here as well.  

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    TomHardys
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    #158077

    My cousin Victor is going to attend this but I don’t know in what capacity… As soon as I know more details I’ll spill his analysis but I don’t know if that interests any of you.

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    Macbeth
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    #158078

    Pasolini is a real dark horse for Best Actor for Willem Dafoe. I think we should watch out for him. 

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    manakamana
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    I can’t wait! Hopefully the actual schedule will come out soon so I can decide more for sure how I want to arrange my screenings, but so far I have a wishlist in three categories:

    High Priority:

    Eden (Hansen-Løve)

    Heaven Knows What (Safdie)

    Inherent Vice (Anderson)

    Mr. Turner (Leigh)

    Pasolini (Ferrara)

    Saint Laurent (Bonello)

    Timbuktu (Sissako)

    The Wonders (Rohrwacher)


    Medium Priority:

    Beloved Sisters (Graf)

    Foxcatcher (Miller)

    Hill of Freedom (Sang-soo)

    Horse Money (Costa)

    Jauja (Alonso)

    Misunderstood (Argento)

    Tales of the Grim Sleeper (Broomfield)

    Two Days, One Night (Dardenne)

    Low Priority:

    Clouds of Sils Maria (Assayas)

    Goodbye to Language (Godard)

    Maps to the Stars (Cronenberg)

    The Princess of France (Piñeiro)

    La Sapienza (Green)

    ‘71 (Demange)
    Time Out of Mind (Moverman)

    Two Shots Fired (Rejtman)  

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    Macbeth
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    #158080

    I agree with you on all counts except one – seeing a Godard film at a festival is on my bucket list! 

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    babypook
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    #158081

    My cousin Victor is going to attend this but I don’t know in what capacity… As soon as I know more details I’ll spill his analysis but I don’t know if that interests any of you.

     

    It does. Please, spill away.

     

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    Halo_Insider
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    Yes, indeed! Any and all feedback is welcome. I’ll be trying to go, too, but given how limited my budget is, I’ll probably only be able to squeeze 2 or 3 in, this year. 

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    Malick
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    #158083

    I can’t wait! Hopefully the actual schedule will come
    out soon so I can decide more for sure how I want to arrange my
    screenings, but so far I have a wishlist in three categories:

    Low Priority:

    Clouds of Sils Maria (Assayas)

    Goodbye to Language (Godard)

    Maps to the Stars (Cronenberg)

    The Princess of France (Piñeiro)

    La Sapienza (Green)

    ‘71 (Demange)
    Time Out of Mind (Moverman)

    Two Shots Fired (Rejtman)  

    Any and every Cronenberg film should be put on a high priority list!

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    manakamana
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    Heh, maybe 20 years ago. 😛

    Nah, but some of the higher profile ones are lower on my list because I figure I’ll get to see them soon anyways. Like I think the IFC Center is showing the Godard in 3D later in the Fall, so I’m not gonna put as much spending money and energy into those. 

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    BrokenFan
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    Yes, second it. Please list any and all reaction/analysis/thoughts/tweets/statuses/your breakfast menu. 

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    Of what I have seen I highly recommend Goodbye to Language, Life of Riley & Timbuktu.

    Two Days, One Night not to my liking but would I certainly recommend it.

    Avoid Jauja.

     

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    Of what I have seen I highly recommend Goodbye to Language, Life of Riley & Timbuktu.

    Two Days, One Night not to my liking but would I certainly recommend it.

    Avoid Jauja.

     

    Really? I cant imagine passing on a film with Viggo Mortensen. I havent seen all of Alonso’s films but I’ve enjoyed what I have.

    What’s wrong with Jauja? Does it stink?

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    [quote=”AuntPeg”]Of what I have seen I highly recommend Goodbye to Language, Life of Riley & Timbuktu.

    Two Days, One Night not to my liking but would I certainly recommend it.

    Avoid Jauja.

     

    Really? I cant imagine passing on a film with Viggo Mortensen. I havent seen all of Alonso’s films but I’ve enjoyed what I have.

    What’s wrong with Jauja? Does it stink?

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    The film is very abstract and ponderous. Despite Mortensen appearing in almost every scene he has very little to do. I am not familiar with the director’s previous films to get a film of how Jauja fits into his career.

    Mass of walkouts when I saw the film, but at the recent film festival I attending most films recieved numerous walkouts. 

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    Halo_Insider
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    #158089

    Whatever slim pickings are left for the general public will be available, starting tomorrow at noon. Here’s hoping that the screening for Mr. Turner won’t be completely filled. Just about everything else is booked so far, not counting standby seating. 

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