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Kino! 2017 Filmmaker Interview: Asli Özge (All Of A Sudden)

Kino! 2017 Filmmaker Interview: Asli Özge (All Of A Sudden)

After the party in Karsten’s apartment, everybody leaves except Anna. Admiringly, Karsten approaches this mysterious woman. How could he have known that in a moment of weakness, his well-established life would spiral out of control and turn into a disaster? In this small provincial German town, disappointment soon fuels anger, justice hides behind hypocrisy, and

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Kino!2017 Countdown: Michael Koch (Marija)

Marija, a young Ukrainian woman, earns her living as a hotel maid in Dortmund, but dreams of owning her own hair salon. She puts money aside each month, but when she is fired without notice, her dream seems out of reach. Without work and under financial pressure, she finds herself forced to look for other

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Bushwick Film Festival Celebrates Milestone 10th Anniversary This Fall

Marking a decade in bringing diverse stories to diverse audiences, the Bushwick Film Festival celebrates its 10th anniversary in 2017. Located in the bustling center of Brooklyn’s creative community, Bushwick, the Bushwick Film Festival has showcased the work of over 300 filmmakers, most of them Brooklyn and New York-based, as well as international films from

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Tribeca 2017 To World Premiere Clive Davis Documentary At Radio City

Documentary Clive Davis: The Soundtrack of Our Lives is set to open the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival. Based on Davis’ 2013 bestselling autobiography, the film chronicles the historic influence of “The Man with the Golden Ears,” in a compelling and riveting journey. The film examines how Davis rocketed to the top of the bare-knuckles music industry, repeatedly

Review: Women Who Kill

Ingrid Jungermann’s debut feature ‘Women Who Kill’ is a suspenseful yarn about a commitment-phobic lesbian who might be dating a serial killer. But the film, which won Best Screenplay at this year’s Tribeca, also offers a savvy satire of Park Slope lesbian culture and a salient critique of fear of intimacy in the 21st century.

TFF 2016 Interview: Untouchable Documentary

Ricocheting from the halls of power to the cardboard homes of a marginalized pariah people, Untouchable is an enlightening documentary that defies expectations and challenges assumptions to argue for a new understanding of how we think about and legislate sexual abuse. David Feige is writer, producer and director. Feige was winner of the Albert Maysles New Documentary Director Award at

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