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NYFF 2014 Coverage: Table of Contents

The 52nd New York Film Festival is underway and we're covering it from all angles with reports from Godfrey Cheshire and Scout Tafoya. From reviews of hugely hyped titles by the world's most prestigious filmmakers to exclusive interviews with renowned talents (including a videotaped conversation with festival director Kent Jones), each entry is listed below and none are to be missed. Bookmark this page and come back for new articles every day.


Video Interview: Kent Jones, Director of the New York Film Festival

Help Us Out New York!

Opening Weekend Films "La Sapienza" and "Gone Girl" Display Artistic Depth of Fest

Films Help Define a Cinematic World in Flux

Conflicted Artists Stand Apart in “Saint Laurent,” “Pasolini”

Interview: Mathieu Amalric on "The Blue Room"

Paul Thomas Anderson's "Inherent Vice"

"Eden," "Horse Money" Use Fest to Build Stateside Buzz

NYFF Interview: Héloïse Godet of "Goodbye to Language"

NYFF 2014: My Favorite Year

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