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Love and Self-Murder: Patrick deWitt Interviewed by Ken Foster
Patrick deWitt throws his arm around Azazel Jacobs.

The author of French Exit on collaborating with Azazel Jacobs in adapting the book to film.

Love and Self-Murder: Patrick deWitt Interviewed by Ken Foster
Patrick deWitt throws his arm around Azazel Jacobs.

The author of French Exit on collaborating with Azazel Jacobs in adapting the book to film.

Radical Collectivity: Ephraim Asili Interviewed by Chrissie Iles
A black man writes "Long Live John Africa!" on a chalk board in a red-colored room. Other people and a painting with red faces can be seen behind him.

On his debut film, The Inheritance, which weaves together histories of the MOVE organization, the Black Arts Movement, and his own time in a Black Marxist collective.

Movies and Their Making: New York Film Festival’s Kent Jones by Peter Gizzi
Jones Gizzi

“We choose the films that mean the most to us and offer them and let people react to them and form their own impressions and judgments.”

The Villain Is the 20th Century by William Corwin
Douglas Gordon Jonas Mekas 01

With I Had Nowhere to Go, director Douglas Gordon brings the diary of filmmaker and poet Jonas Mekas into contact with our own reveries.

Apichatpong Weerasethakul by Paul Dallas
Apichatpong Weerasethakul 1

“I have been thinking specifically about the cave of humankind.”

Heaven of Our Own / As If… by David Phelps
Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives 02

David Phelps rounds up the second half of the 2010 New York Film Festival, touching on Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past LivesMysteries of Lisbon,The Autobiography of Nikolai Ceasescu and some of avant-garde offerings.

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