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THE FILM SOCIETY OF LINCOLN CENTER Announces Main Slate of Selections for the 2013 NEW YORK FILM FESTIVAL

THE FILM SOCIETY OF LINCOLN CENTER Announces Main Slate of Selections for the 2013 NEW YORK FILM FESTIVAL

The Film Society of Lincoln Center announced the 35 films that will comprise the main slate of official selections for the 51st New York Film Festival (September 27-October 13) including such notable directors as Catherine Breillat, J.C. Chandor, Joel & Ethan Coen, Richard Curtis, Claire Denis, Arnaud Desplechin, Ralph Fiennes, James Franco, James Gray, Jim

‘The Act of Killing’: Transforming Documentary Exposing the Banality of Terror

‘The Act of Killing’ Plays in New York City at Landmark Sunshine Cinema – TICKETS Alternative documentarian and genocide scholar Joshua Oppenheimer’s latest foray into the metaphysical origins of an Indonesian intimidation culture is the genre transforming representation of personal catharsis ‘The Act of Killing’ (currently in limited release). With unquestioned international respect, the film

Andrew Bujalski’s ‘Computer Chess’ Opens in New York @ Film Forum – July 17, 2013

‘Computer Chess‘, the fourth film from Andrew Bujalski (‘Funny Ha Ha‘, ‘Mutual Appreciation‘, ‘Beeswax‘) will be released in New York by Kino Lorber on July 17, 2013 at the Film Forum with additional cities to follow. The film debuted to great critical acclaim at this year’s Sundance Film Festival where it won the prestigious Alfred

Drafthouse Films’ Breakout Doc ‘The Act of Killing’ Opens in NYC – July 19, 2013

Drafthouse Films announces that the acclaimed documentary, ‘The Act of Killing‘, directed by Joshua Oppenheimer and executive produced by Werner Herzog and Errol Morris will open in New York on Friday, July 19, 2013 with additional markets to follow. This chilling and inventive documentary examines a country where death squad leaders are celebrated as heroes,

Berlinalle Crystal Bear Winner ‘ARCADIA’ Opens @ reRun Theater – Friday, April 5, 2013

A coming-of-age story set in a vast, cross-country landscape, ‘Arcadia‘ begins when twelve-year-old Greta’s dad wakes her up before dawn and crams his three kids into a dented station wagon. They set off on a 3,000 mile journey from the New England woods to the California desert, as Dad tells enchanting stories, paints pictures of

IFP’s Filmmaker Labs Seeking First-Time Filmmakers in Post Production

IFP’s unique year-long mentorship program supports first-time feature directors when they need it most:  through the completion, marketing and distribution of their films.  Focusing exclusively on low-budget features (<$1million), this highly immersive program provides filmmakers with the technical, creative and strategic tools necessary to launch their films – and their careers. Through the Labs, IFP

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