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The New York Film Festival looks to shift the Oscar race--and possibly more

Whether it's “Her,” “Life of Pi”  or “Bridge of Spies,” the New York Film Festival has lately become a world-premiere launchpad for some of the fall’s biggest movies. This year those ambitions will return as a number of hopefuls make their debuts. But like so much in contemporary Hollywood, the...
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