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by InRO Staff Festival Coverage Film

New York Film Festival 2019 | Dispatch 1: The Irishman, First Cow, Varda by Agnès

September 30, 2019

Our first dispatch from the 2019 New York Film Festival offers quick takes on a smattering of the festival circuit’s biggest films this year, including: the world premiere of Martin Scorsese’s Netflix-backed, de-aging spectacle, The Irishman; a trio of Cannes Competition entries — The Whistlers, Atlantics, and Oh Mercy!; the late Agnès Varda’s final, introspective documentary, Varda by Agnès; and the latest efforts from two of the most distinctive female filmmakers working, Kelly Reichardt’s First Cow and Angela Schanelec’s I Was Home, But… Check…

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The Age of Innocence | Martin Scorsese

There is a remarkable shot late in The Age of Innocence when the narrator (Joanne Woodward) describes a room in Newland Archer’s (Daniel Day-Lewis) New York City home as “the room in which most of the real things in his life had happened.” As the camera…

July 16, 2015
by InRO Staff Feature Articles Film Year in Review

Top 20 Films of 2013

For a while, it seemed like 2013 had front-loaded its highlights; many films making our Top 20 either played the festival circuit in 2012 before finally getting their official theatrical runs Stateside (Like Someone in Love, Frances Ha, and our top pick) or they premiered…

December 31, 2013
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