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Michele Thompson, Director of the 92YTribeca

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We’ll have a MacArthur Fellow, an Oscar winner and at least one New York Times bestselling author on our stage. We’ll welcome more staffers from The Daily Show than possibly anywhere else in Manhattan (with the exception of their studio, of course). The Daily Show writer Elliott Kalan hosts our monthly Closely Watched Films series, [&hellip
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How Unique Got Ordinary

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Hugo is Scorsese’s fantasy autobiography By Armond White As a children’s film, Martin Scorsese’s Hugo is overwrought and under-thought. Its story of Hugo (Asa Butterfield), an orphaned boy who lives in a Paris train station where he surreptitiously maintains the clock mechanisms, suggests a fantasy autobiography. He wants to think of himself as a child [&hellip
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