‘The Rider’ Puts a Female Lens on Toxic Masculinity

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‘Lady Bird’ Was Snubbed By the Oscars, But It’s a Historic Coming of Age Movie

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Lessons For Hollywood From Foreign Films — NYFF Critics Academy

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Hip Hop Redefined: How Arnaud Desplechin Uses Rap Music to Tell Fragile Stories — NYFF

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Westerns, Redefined: How Two New Movies Provide Fresh Meaning to a Dated Genre — NYFF

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Joan Didion and Arthur Miller Get the Documentary Treatment From Family Members, And That Makes All the Difference — NYFF

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Race, Religion, Immigration: 5 New Documentaries That Capture Our Divided Times — NYFF

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‘Moonlight’ And More: Why Coming Of Age Films Are Evolving For a New Age

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Jim Jarmusch’s ‘Paterson’ And ‘Gimme Danger’: How Two New Films Speak to the Artistic Process — NYFF

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Women Directors Are Everywhere, But Film Festivals Are Still Catching Up — NYFF

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‘The Girl On the Train’ Isn’t the Best Adaptation This Fall, But Here Are Some Alternatives — NYFF

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Boring Movies Can Be Great: A Defense of ‘Paterson’ and ‘Everything Else’ — NYFF

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Ava Duvernary Meets Raoul Peck: How Black Narratives Collide In Two New Documentaries — NYFF

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