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40th Anniversary ‘Grey Gardens’ Restoration NOW PLAYING

40th Anniversary ‘Grey Gardens’ Restoration NOW PLAYING

Janus Films presents a striking new 2K restoration of GREY GARDENS made by the Criterion Collection in collaboration with the Academy Film Archive at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.  Opens in select theaters starting March 6th, starting at Film Forum in NY, with rollout to follow.  Meet Big and Little Edie Beale: mother and daughter,

2014 SXSW Filmmaker Profile: Catherine Gund (Director- ‘Born to Fly’)

‘Born to Fly’ explores the evolution of choreographer Elizabeth Streb’s movement philosophy – as expressed through her technique, lifestyle, artistic community, and relationships. The film also delves into the experiences of her dancers, revealing the voices and motivations of these gladiators who bring her work to life – often putting their physical wellbeing on the

Sundance Favorite ‘Newlyweeds’ to Open @ Film Forum – September 18, 2013

Shaka King’s feature film debut, ‘NEWLYWEEDS‘ is an insightful dark comedy about love and marijuana. Lyle works as a repo man, delivering some of the funniest and most serious scenes in the film. Nina is a free spirit and an occasional baker who decides to work at a children’s museum in order to save money

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

NYC Inspired & Filmed Dutch Production ‘MY BETHESDA ANGEL’ Screens @ NewFilmmakers NY – Wednesday, April 24, 2013

A young man wanders around New York, yearning to make human contact. There is one problem: he is an angel and nobody can see him. We follow him in his attempts to connect with the woman he loves. Told through lyrical visuals and sparse dialogue ‘My Bethesda Angel‘ is a poetic story about the impossibility