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52 Weeks of Directors: Andrea Arnold

Much like Mia, the young protagonist in Fish Tank, Andrea Arnold finds peace in dancing.

“Apparently, there was a Cambridge professor who did a study on happiness—it took him five years—and he came back and said dancing made people happy. 1,067 more words

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Catch the NEW OFFICIAL TRAILER of the opening film for the 53rd NEW YORK FILM FESTIVAL - THE WALK

THE FILM SOCIETY OF LINCOLN CENTER ANNOUNCED TODAY THE WORLD PREMIERE OF ROBERT ZEMECKIS’S THE WALK AS THE OPENING NIGHT SELECTION OF THE 53rd NEW YORK FILM FESTIVAL ON SEPTEMBER 23, 2015… 186 more words

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Robert Zemeckis' The Walk to open New York Film Festival

NEW YORK, N.Y. – For the second time, the New York Film Festival will open in 3-D.

The Film Society of Lincoln Center announced Thursday that Robert Zemeckis’ The Walk will premiere as the opening night selection of the 53rd annual New York Film Festival. 81 more words

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'The Walk' Starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt to Open New York Film Festival

Robert Zemeckis’ “The Walk,” a drama starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt as a famous high-wire artist, will open the 53rd annual New York Film Festival.

The Columbia TriStar release tells the story of Philippe Petit, who in Aug. 184 more words

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New York Film Festival To Open With Robert Zemeckis 3D Philippe Petit World Trade Center Thriller 'The Walk'

The Film Society of Lincoln Center has selected The Walk to open the 53rd New York Film Festival on September 25 at Alice Tully Hall. The Robert Zemeckis-directed film stars Joseph Gordon-Levitt as as Philippe Petit, the French aerial artist who in 1974 walked a tightrope strung between the Twin Towers. 504 more words

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Film Review: 'La Sapienza'

The unresolvable tension between logic and feeling animates Eugene Green’s “La Sapienza,” an exquisite rumination on life, love and art that tickles the heart and mind in equal measure. 1,188 more words

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As You Wish: A Book Giveaway of True Love and High Adventure

This little history blog tends to skip around a lot through time. From week to week, I am as likely to share a story from the middle of the 20th century as I am to relate a tale of ancient man. 1,162 more words

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