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The Top 10 Films of 2013

The Top 10 Films of 2013

As 2013 winds down another year of quality film, both indie and mainstream, comes to a close.  Though, in our opinion, not a particularly banner year for filmmaking of any kind as the further dichotomy of template pushing artistry finds itself in more and more prominence, the year did bring several quality and interesting films

Sundance Institute #ArtistServices WorkShop – Notes from IFP Indie Film Week Day 4

Day 4 of IFP Independent Film Week, held at the Film Society of Lincoln Center, was a Sundance Institute sponsored affair entitled #ArtistServices Workshop NYC, which geared itself heavily toward the various tech-specific possibilities of modern independent film production, distribution and technology.  The Indiewood/Hollywoodn’t day began with a Dolby Laboratories presentation/panel on Digital Cinema Package

Fruitvale Station, The New Economy of Indie Film & New Black Voices – Notes from IFP Indie Film Week Day 1

The 2013 edition of IFP Independent Film Week kicked off at The Film Society of Lincoln Center today with a case study of the Oakland-based Oscar Grant story ‘Fruitvale Station‘.  Featuring first time feature Director Ryan Coogler and the films’ lead actress Melonie Diaz, moderated by FILM COMMENT Editor Nicolas Rapold, the conversation was an interesting peer

Summer Talks w/ Nicole Holofcener ‘ENOUGH SAID’ @ Film Society – Tuesday, September 17

The Film Society of Lincoln Center announced a final addition to the very popular free-to-the-public Summer Talks lineup, with Nicole Holofcener on September 17 at 7PM, to discuss her new film ‘ENOUGH SAID‘. Nicole Holofcener will join NYFF Director of Programming Kent Jones for a free Summer Talks event in the Elinor Bunin Munroe Film

The Film Society of Lincoln Center Announces Summer Talks Launches May 16 with ‘Before Midnight’ Director Richard Linklater and Julie Delpy & Ethan Hawke

The Film Society of Lincoln Center announced today their FREE Summer Talks series, kicking off next week with BEFORE MIDNIGHT director Richard Linklater, actors Julie Delpy and Ethan Hawke on Thursday, May 16th at 8PM at the Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center’s Amphitheater. Moderated by Film Comment contributor Phillip Lopate, the evening will be free

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