The New York Times on Salvo (NDNF '14): “Nothing turns out as expected in this tense, beautifully acted movie.” Opens Friday!

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"Strange Lands: International Sci-Fi" features rare films from the genre's renaissance in the late 1960s and 1970s. Opens Friday!

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The most terrifying of David Cronenberg's "Body Horror" cycle, The Brood (1979) is up next in Freaky Fridays!

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Films by Martin Scorsese, Les Blank, Albert Maysles, Ed Pincus, Frederick Wiseman, and more in NYFF52 Spotlight on Documentary.

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Free screening of Moonstruck on the Lincoln Center plaza this Friday at 8pm, presented with the Metropolitan Opera.

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Kent Jones Talks ‘Inherent Vice,’ Godard, Resnais, Kristen Stewart, and More from NYFF52

New York Film Festival Director and Selection Committee Chair Kent Jones chatted with FilmLinc about this year's NYFF Main Slate in a conversation ranging from veteran European auteurs, upcoming Americans, and a new tide of youth.

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Strange Lands: International Sci-Fi (Part One)

The outer limits: in Eastern bloc sci-fi, the extremities of 20th-century human experience gave birth to brave new worlds on film

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The Film Society’s Lesli Klainberg & Eugene Hernandez to Receive Chicken & Egg Honor image

The Film Society’s Lesli Klainberg & Eugene Hernandez to Receive Chicken & Egg Honor

Klainberg and Hernandez will receive the 2014 Good Egg Award at the Chicken & Egg Pictures Annual Independent Film Week Celebration in New York on September 15.

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New York Film Festival Announces 15 Spotlight on Documentary Titles

Nonfiction took the spotlight Tuesday as the Film Society of Lincoln Center unveiled 15 documentaries, including one World Premiere and four U.S. Premieres, slated to join the lineup of the 52nd New York Film Festival.

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The Film Society to Fete Marguerite Duras with October Retrospective

Marguerite Duras will be spotlighted at the Film Society of Lincoln Center this October. The week-long retrospective, which will celebrate the film work by the novelist, essayist, and playwright, will mark her centennial and the re-release of Alain Resnais's Hiroshima Mon Amour.

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Free Outdoor Screening of ‘Moonstruck’ This Friday

Watch the Oscar-winning favorite on Lincoln Plaza as a special tease for the Metropolitan Opera’s 10-day "Summer HD Festival," which begins on Saturday, August 23.

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Thom Andersen and Noël Burch’s Red Hollywood

Subversion in plain sight: a look at a few films in the landmark documentary about the ideological underground in Hollywood

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Watch: Music Icon David Byrne Looks Back During ‘Stop Making Sense’ Q&A

The Talking Heads frontman talks influences, the creative zone, and planned improvisation, following a screening of the classic Jonathan Demme concert film.

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Rep Diary: Forgotten Faces

Paramount importance: a silent discovery at Capitolfest yields up a Murnau-influenced symphony of movement and emotion

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