The 43rd Dance on Camera festival gives a whole new meaning to the phrase "motion picture," now through February 3.

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Irresistible Cannes sensation Girlhood now playing daily with director Céline Sciamma (Tomboy) in person for Q&As!

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Cannes Jury Prize winner Mommy from French-Canadian director Xavier Dolan is now playing daily!

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When Hollywood turned its back on black filmmakers, a generation of independent voices took hold in New York.

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First nine titles announced for New Directors/New Films, which runs March 18 – 29 at the Film Society and MoMA.

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‘American Cheerleader’: A Do or Die Competition

FilmLinc spoke with American Cheerleader directors James Pellerito and David Barba about why cheerleading deserves more respect, among other things. The film screens Saturday as part of the Dance on Camera series at the Film Society.

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Bombast: 2014: The Year We Made Content

Bad timing: a more considered approach to the best (and worst) of last year's films

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Deep Focus: Timbuktu

Abderrahmane Sissako’s understated, humanist drama matches its emotional complexities with exquisite visuals

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The Close-Up: Jay and Mark Duplass on Their New HBO Series, ‘Togetherness’

Filmmakers/actors Jay and Mark Duplass visited the Film Society to share and discuss their new HBO series Togetherness. The pair also discuss doing "less meetings" and more "filmmaking" on this week's edition of our podcast, The Close-Up.

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Film of the Week: Hard to Be a God

The filth and the fury: Aleksei German's final film is an orgy of Bruegelian grotesqueries

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Video Essay: Altman TV

Where did Robert Altman come from? A rare look at the great filmmaker's early television works that helped shape his inimitable style

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Film Comment Selects: Nils Malmros

The getting of wisdom: on the Danish auteur's deeply personal cinema and rare insights into childhood (and beyond)

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Interview: Abderrahmane Sissako

Of time and the city: the director of Timbuktu and Bamako talks about framing Africa on screen

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Bombast: True Enough

Honesty is the best policy: on the urge to reconcile history and fiction in American Sniper and Selma

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