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Interview: Sabine Lidl (Director – ‘Nan Goldin: I Remember Your Face’)

Interview: Sabine Lidl (Director – ‘Nan Goldin: I Remember Your Face’)

Documentarian Sabine Lidl’s intimate portrait of New York photographer Nan Goldin is as uncompromising and unvarnished as the snapshots that have come to define Goldin as arguably one of the most influential, celebrated and controversial photographers of her generation. Goldin’s work was first exhibited in the 70s but she burst onto the art scene with The

Kick Off Pride Weekend With ‘The Foxy Merkins’ at BAMCinemafest

Fresh off the bus in New York City, Margaret embarks on a career as a lesbian prostitute, servicing upper-class Manhattanites under the tutelage of Jo, a straight and streetwise grifter with a knack for picking up women. Madeleine Olnek’s raucous buddy comedy and Independent Spirit Award nominee (co-written with the two stars, Lisa Haas and

New Restoration Of Manfred Kirchheimer’s Legendary NYC Film ‘Stations of the Elevated’ To Premiere At BAMCinemaFest

Artist Public Domain’s Cinema Conservancy, a New York-based non-profit production and distribution company is thrilled to announce the upcoming release of ‘Stations of the Elevated’ (1981), a 45-minute independent documentary directed, produced and edited by Manfred Kirchheimer, in a new restoration. Shot over the course of 1977 on lush 16mm color reversal stock, the film weaves together

Rooftop Films, Time Out New York, and Gravitas Ventures Present the New York Premiere of Michael Tully’s PING PONG SUMMER

It is the summer of 1985. Teens all over the country think Run DMC is totally bitchin’. On the soft drink line, a “Suicide” (a dash of every soda) is the most popular carbonated beverage. Cliques are very real and ping pong is the most fly thing ever. Rad Miracle (Marcello Conte), a dweeby 13-year-old

25th Annual Human Rights Watch Film Festival Announces Lineup

The 25th edition of the Human Rights Watch Film Festival will run from June 12 to 22, 2014 with a program of 22 films that bring human rights struggles to life through storytelling, and remind us that film can be a powerful source of change and inspiration. The festival is co-presented by the Film Society

Rebooted KINO! Brings German Filmmaking Talent to New York City

Building on 35 years at the Museum of Modern Art, KINO! reboots at new locations –bringing the latest of German cinema to New York audiences.  Programmed by an independent jury, KINO! presents ten films, four of which are North American premieres. Selected by New York industry professionals Denise Kassell, Ian Stimler and Karl Rozemeyer and

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