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‘Jackie’: Under the Widow’s Weeds, a Myth Marketer

Thu, 01 Dec 2016 21:54:54 GMT

Natalie Portman stars as Jacqueline Kennedy in “Jackie,” directed by Pablo Larraín.Natalie Portman is perfect in Pablo Larraín’s multifaceted portrait of the former first lady Jacqueline Kennedy as an embodiment of grief and as an architect of brilliant political theater.


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Pedro Almodóvar and His ‘Cinema of Women’

Fri, 02 Dec 2016 13:30:02 GMT

Pedro Almodóvar’s latest film is “Julieta,” loosely based on short stories by Alice Munro, and in it he returns to his fascination with female characters.Penélope Cruz, other actresses and Mr. Almodóvar himself discuss how he creates rich worlds that revel in the mystery of women.


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Review: Isabelle Huppert Is Great in ‘Things to Come.’ Discuss.

Thu, 01 Dec 2016 22:58:22 GMT

Isabelle Huppert plays a philosophy professor whose well-ordered life unravels in “Things to Come.”In this film by Mia Hansen-Love, Ms. Huppert plays a philosophy professor who must reassemble her life after a series of personal catastrophes.


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Oscar Hunt: Fates in Filmmaking: Who Were the Wallflowers at the ‘La La Land’ Dance?

Thu, 01 Dec 2016 23:34:12 GMT

Left, Emma Watson, and, right, Miles Teller, early contenders for the leads in “La La Land,” which went to Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling.The twists and turns that can affect a movie’s destiny were present in the early genesis of Damien Chazelle’s musical. Just ask Emma Watson and Miles Teller.


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Anatomy of a Scene: Pablo Larraín Narrates a Scene From ‘Jackie’

Thu, 01 Dec 2016 20:35:48 GMT

The director discusses a sequence from his film featuring Natalie Portman.



Review: In ‘Two Trains Runnin’,’ the Convergence of Idealism, Brutality and Artistic Genius

Fri, 02 Dec 2016 19:01:15 GMT

A scene from “Two Trains Runnin’,” Sam Pollard’s documentary built around an astonishing historical coincidence. On June 21, 1964, two lost giants of the Delta blues were located and three civil rights activists disappeared.This captivating movie, like the blues itself, is at once a recognition of somber truths and a gesture of protest against them.


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The Carpetbagger: A Documentary Star Is Born: The Girl Who Hunts With Eagles

Fri, 02 Dec 2016 12:00:01 GMT

Aisholpan Nurgaiv, the subject of the documentary “The Eagle Huntress,” by Otto Bell.Aisholpan Nurgaiv, the teenager from Mongolia who is in the film, is on the Hollywood awards circuit and isn’t homesick, though she misses her eagle.


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Review: A Woman’s Horrific Unraveling in ‘The Eyes of My Mother’

Thu, 01 Dec 2016 22:29:45 GMT

Kika Magalhaes as a traumatized woman in Nicolas Pesce’s “The Eyes of My Mother.”A dark maturation unfolds in this story, from a child coolly absorbing an anatomy lesson to a traumatized adult taking on a more participatory role in death.


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Editorial Notebook: In ‘Arrival,’ the World Is Saved by Words

Sat, 03 Dec 2016 20:44:36 GMT

Amy Adams as Louise Banks in “Arrival.”The film’s unconventional hero has a lesson for real-world leaders.


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Alice Drummond, Character Actress, Dies at 88

Sat, 03 Dec 2016 02:12:06 GMT

Alice Drummond, shown in 1992, worked in theater, television and film productions.Ms. Drummond, a regular in Broadway and off Broadway productions in the 1960s and ’70s, had roles in films like “Ghostbusters,” “Awakenings” and “Doubt.”


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In Meeting, Putin Vows to Protect Artistic Freedom in Russia

Fri, 02 Dec 2016 20:05:05 GMT

In a meeting with directors and artists, the Russian president also defended a court that gave a film director a 20-year prison term.



Streaming: Groundbreaking Horror Movies You Won’t See in a Theater

Fri, 02 Dec 2016 15:10:22 GMT

Kate Siegel and John Gallagher Jr. in Mike Flanagan’s “Hush.”Mike Flanagan, the filmmaker behind “Gerald’s Game,” “Oculus” and “Hush,” has found enthusiasm and a lack of red tape in the streaming world.


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A Word With: Katie Holmes Talks About Directing, Motherhood and Mistakes

Fri, 02 Dec 2016 15:00:02 GMT

Katie Holmes directs and stars in “All We Had.” It’s her first time directing a feature film.Ms. Holmes also stars in “All We Had,” set during the 2008 financial crisis. She says her daughter, Suri, is the inspiration behind everything she does.


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This Week’s Movies: Dec. 2, 2016

Fri, 02 Dec 2016 03:31:19 GMT

The New York Times film critics review “Moana,” “Allied” and “Jackie.”



Movie Listings for Dec. 2-8

Fri, 02 Dec 2016 00:24:07 GMT

Samar Qupty and Tamer Nafarin “Junction 48.”A guide to movies playing at theaters in the New York City area, as well as select festivals and film series.


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Review: ‘Best and Most Beautiful Things,’ About a Disabled Woman’s Place in the World

Thu, 01 Dec 2016 22:35:56 GMT

Michelle Smith, right, and her mother, Julie, in the documentary “Best and Most Beautiful Things.”This documentary follows a young woman who is legally blind and has Asperger’s syndrome as she enters adulthood and explores a new identity.


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Review: ‘The Duelist’ Is a Good Shot. A Very Good Shot.

Thu, 01 Dec 2016 22:32:10 GMT

Pyotr Fyodorov plays a former nobleman who does other noblemen’s dirty work as a sharpshooter while seeking revenge of his own.In this Aleksey Mizgirev film set in 1860 St. Petersburg, an ex-nobleman makes his living as a proxy in honor matches of shooting skill.


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Review: ‘Goodnight Brooklyn: The Story of Death by Audio,’ Alive in Spirit

Thu, 01 Dec 2016 22:26:24 GMT

Oliver Ackermann of the band A Place to Bury Strangers. He was a founder of Death by Audio, which was housed in a warehouse in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.This documentary follows the closing of Death by Audio, a communal space in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, that was taken over by Vice Media.


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Review: ‘Hogtown’ Tells a Poetic Detective Story in Chicago

Thu, 01 Dec 2016 22:20:37 GMT

Diandra Lyle and Herman Wilkins in “Hogtown,” directed by Daniel Nearing.The movie, which revolves around a disappearance, unfolds in loosely connected vignettes and can feel as if it’s a collection of poems.


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Review: ‘Man Down’ Looks at Combat Trauma Through a Marine’s Eyes

Thu, 01 Dec 2016 21:51:51 GMT

Shia LaBeouf stars as a battle-scarred soldier in this film.Dito Montiel’s film, which stars Shia LaBeouf as a scarred veteran, imparts the urgency of its issue more effectively with statistics than with its script.


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Review: That ‘Pet’ at the Shelter Looks Like a Caged Woman

Thu, 01 Dec 2016 21:47:16 GMT

Dominic Monaghan plays a sad-sack animal shelter worker in “Pet.”This Carles Torrens film centers on a psychological duel between an animal shelter worker and a former crush.


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Review: ‘Siren’ Suggests Grooms-to-Be Ought to Stay Home

Thu, 01 Dec 2016 21:38:10 GMT

Chase Williamson in “Siren,” directed by Gregg Bishop.A bachelor party goes horribly awry in this feature-length treatment by Gregg Bishop of a segment in the horror anthology “V/H/S.”


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Review: ‘Sky on Fire,’ or Is That Just a Gleaming C.G.I. Skyscraper?

Thu, 01 Dec 2016 21:36:58 GMT

Joseph Chang, left, and Daniel Wu in the Hong Kong action film “Sky on Fire.”A corporate conspiracy with a medical company is at the center of this classical Hong Kong action film directed by Ringo Lam.


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Review: ‘Videofilia (and Other Viral Syndromes)’ Is a Digital Hall of Mirrors

Thu, 01 Dec 2016 21:32:39 GMT

Muki Sabogal as a teenager whose curiosity about sex sends her into a digital danger zone in “Videofilia (and Other Viral Syndromes).”A teenage girl curious about sex engages in an online flirtation that leads to stranger danger.


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Anatomy of a Scene | ‘Jackie’

Thu, 01 Dec 2016 18:27:21 GMT

Pablo Larraín narrates a sequence from “Jackie,” featuring Natalie Portman.



Jackie Kennedy: The First Instagram First Lady

Wed, 30 Nov 2016 23:40:11 GMT

A still from the movie “Jackie,” in which Natalie Portman plays Jacqueline Kennedy.“Jackie,” a film about Jacqueline Kennedy, reveals a first lady whose fixation on style anticipated the image-obsessed culture of the coming decades.


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Critic's Notebook: The Films of Raúl Ruiz Come to Lincoln Center

Wed, 30 Nov 2016 22:34:00 GMT

The director Raúl Ruiz and the producer Paulo Branco on the set of “Mysteries of Lisbon” (2010).Raúl Ruiz (1941-2011), a Chilean director who lived in France for years, was a playful man who played by his own rules.


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The Carpetbagger: Movie Awards Season Kicks Off in High Gear

Fri, 02 Dec 2016 04:42:33 GMT

The holidays are in sight, and the Hollywood awards machine is cranking into gear: Will the postelection blues affect it?


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