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    Listen: Paul Thomas Anderson Talks "Junun" at New York Film Festival Premiere
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    Paul Thomas Anderson's film Junun, which documents the recording of Shye Ben Tzur, Jonny Greenwood, and the Rajasthan Express's forthcoming album of the same name, received its world premiere at the Lincoln Center as part of the New York Film Festival on October 8, before it began streaming exclusively on MUBI. After the festival screening, Anderson joined New York Film Festival director Kent Jones for a brief discussion of the film. Their conversation opens a recent episode of the Film Society of Lincoln Center's podcast, The Close-Up, which calls Junun "pure magic." You can listen to the podcast, which also includes conversations with Kate Winslet and Laura Poitras, below.

    There's just over a week left to watch Junun on MUBI. As recently noted in the Nonesuch Journal, the film will receive its LA premiere at The Theatre at Ace Hotel Downtown Los Angeles on Sunday, November 15. The album Junun will be released by Nonesuch on November 20 and is available to pre-order on iTunes and on CD and vinyl in the Nonesuch Store with an instant download of the album track "Roked.

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Paul Thomas Anderson's film Junun, which documents the recording of Shye Ben Tzur, Jonny Greenwood, and the Rajasthan Express's forthcoming album of the same name, received its world premiere at Lincoln Center as part of the New York Film Festival on October 8. After the screening, Anderson joined festival director Kent Jones for a brief discussion of the film. Their conversation opens a recent episode of the Film Society of Lincoln Center's podcast, The Close-Up, which calls Junun "pure magic." Hear the podcast here.

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Paul Thomas Anderson's film Junun, which documents the recording of Shye Ben Tzur, Jonny Greenwood, and the Rajasthan Express's forthcoming album of the same name, received its world premiere at the Lincoln Center as part of the New York Film Festival on October 8, before it began streaming exclusively on MUBI. After the festival screening, Anderson joined New York Film Festival director Kent Jones for a brief discussion of the film. Their conversation opens a recent episode of the Film Society of Lincoln Center's podcast, The Close-Up, which calls Junun "pure magic." You can listen to the podcast, which also includes conversations with Kate Winslet and Laura Poitras, below.

There's just over a week left to watch Junun on MUBI. As recently noted in the Nonesuch Journal, the film will receive its LA premiere at The Theatre at Ace Hotel Downtown Los Angeles on Sunday, November 15. The album Junun will be released by Nonesuch on November 20 and is available to pre-order on iTunes and on CD and vinyl in the Nonesuch Store with an instant download of the album track "Roked.

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Paul Thomas Anderson: NYFF "Junun," October 8, 2015 by Mettie Ostrowski

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