“Laurence Anyways” and “After Tiller” Win at SFF image

“Laurence Anyways” and “After Tiller” Win at SFF

Xavier Dolan's latest won the top narrative prize at the Sarasota Film Festival, while the Sundance doc about late-term abortion took the nonfiction jury prize. Plus: Django Unchained returns to China; The Place Beyond the Pines expands solidly; and Vulture's 20 essential docs of the 21st century.

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Go Green on the Big Screen

Our environmental documentary series Green Screens returns May 31 – June 5 to remind us that beautiful days, and our beautiful planet, are worth fighting for.

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ND/NF Docs in the Shadow of “Summer” image

ND/NF Docs in the Shadow of “Summer”

Fifty years separate Jean Rouch and Edgar Morin's landmark film Chronicle of a Summer from three documentaries that screened at 42nd New Directors/New Films, yet all grapple with how to capture authentic reality on screen.

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The Cinephilia Locked Inside “Room 237”

Peter Labuza of NYFF Critics Academy responds to the argument that Room 237 is an attack on film criticism and delves into the particularly obsessive strain of cinephilia inspired by the work of Stanley Kubrick.

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Discover: Penny Lane Connects the Dots Into a Tender “Our Nixon” image

Discover: Penny Lane Connects the Dots Into a Tender “Our Nixon”

Penny Lane kicks off FilmLinc Daily's new weekly column spotlighting budding cinematic talent. Her inventive doc, which closes New Directors/New Films this weekend, offers a unique and intimate perspective on one of the most notorious politicians in American history.

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“Our Nixon” Wins in Ann Arbor; Participant to Launch Cable Network image

“Our Nixon” Wins in Ann Arbor; Participant to Launch Cable Network

Penny Lane's documentary on Richard Nixon and his close aides wins a big festival prize just before it's set to close New Directors/New Films. Also in today's FilmLinc Digest: MoMA unveils films for its annual German showcase and the Havana Film Festival NY and Buenos Aires Film Festival announce their lineups.

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Joshua Oppenheimer Dramatically Exposes Genocide in “The Act Of Killing” image

Joshua Oppenheimer Dramatically Exposes Genocide in “The Act Of Killing”

New Directors/New Films filmmaker Joshua Oppenheimer's discusses The Act of Killing, an important and inventive documentary that dramatically tells the story of a 20th century genocide in Indonesia of which few around the world are aware.

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Hot Docs Unveils 2013 Lineup

One of North America's largest documentary film festivals unveiled its 200-plus title lineup, with the World Premiere of Canadian filmmaker Shawney Cohen's The Manor set to open the event on April 25.

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SXSW Awards “Short Term 12” & “William and the Windmill” Top Prizes image

SXSW Awards “Short Term 12” & “William and the Windmill” Top Prizes

The SXSW Film Conference & Festival concluded its major events Tuesday night with an emotional awards ceremony. Short Term 12 and William and the Windmill took the top narrative and documentary prizes in the juried categories.

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“First Position” to Open Thessaloniki Doc Festival

Bess Kargman's ballet documentary will open the 15th Thessaloniki Documentary Film Festival in Greece this Friday. Also in today's news round-up, details about the Tribeca/ESPN Sports Film Festival; Chinese artist Ai Weiwei plans an album release; and Brazil's It's All True doc film fest unveils lineup.

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