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Cinema Eye Announces American Movie As 2016 Legacy Award

Cinema Eye Announces American Movie As 2016 Legacy Award

Cinema Eye, the nonfiction film organization that organizes and presents the annual Cinema Eye Honors, has announced that the 2016 Legacy Award will be presented to Chris Smith’s beloved 1999 documentary, American Movie, the unforgettable story of a filmmaker pursuing his passion project. Director Chris Smith will accept the award on behalf of the film

The Act of Killing, Stories We Tell and Cutie and the Boxer Win Top Awards at 7th Annual Cinema Eye Honors

The Act of Killing, the acclaimed Danish film that features former Indonesian death squad leaders re-enacting their crimes, was named the Outstanding Feature at the 7th Annual Cinema Eye Honors for Nonfiction Filmmaking at the Museum of the Moving Image in Astoria, Queens tonight with hosts and Cinema Eye Chair Esther Robinson and Founding Director

Cinema Eye Honors Announces 2013 Heterodox Nominees Celebrating Narrative Features that Blur the Line Between Scripted and Nonfiction

The Cinema Eye Honors for Nonfiction Filmmaking today announced the five nominees for its fourth annual Cinema Eye Heterodox Award, sponsored by Filmmaker Magazine.  The Cinema Eye Heterodox Award honors a narrative film that imaginatively incorporates nonfiction strategies, content and/or modes of production. The five films nominated for the 2014 Heterodox Award are: Andrew Bujalski’s

Interview: Katha Cato (Director – QUEENS WORLD FILM FESTIVAL)

The borough of Queens is the most ethnically diverse community in the world, with two major airports serving to connect New York City and the global community. The 3rd Annual Queens World Film Festival appreciates this diversity by promoting both local and international filmmakers positioning Queens as a destination for both filmmakers and film lovers.

The 3rd Annual Queens World Film Festival Opens March 5 @ Museum of the Moving Image

The borough of Queens is the most ethnically diverse community in the world, with two major airports serving to connect New York City and the global community. The 3rd Annual Queens World Film Festival appreciates this diversity by promoting both local and international filmmakers positioning Queens as a destination for both filmmakers and film lovers.

Interview: Dan Abella (Founder, Philip K. Dick International Film Festival)

The 1st Philip K. Dick International Film Festival is to promote original or adapted material inspired by the works of Philip K. Dick, Jorge Luis Borges, Italo Calvino, Robert Anton Wilson, Franz Kafka and others who have explored the metaphysical, the eerie in all its manifestations. The aim of the festival is to push the

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