“Chasing Ice” Opens Strong; Indies at MoMA image

“Chasing Ice” Opens Strong; Indies at MoMA

Despite a cold weekend for specialty releases one documentary managed to open hot, MoMA and IFP prep their popular "Best Films Not Playing at a Theater New You" series, and an insightful look into the making of one this year's most-loved indies Beasts of the Southern Wild.

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A Cinema of Intrusion: Ed Pincus’ Diaries

Pincus' three-and-a-half hour opus brings us closer to the filmmaker's life than feels safe, or defensible - but then why do we keep watching?

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Nicholl Fellowship Winners Announced; New “Central Park Five” Trailer image

Nicholl Fellowship Winners Announced; New “Central Park Five” Trailer

The Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences have announced this year's recipients of the Nicholl Fellowship, Ken and Sarah Burns' highly-anticipated new doc adds to buzz with a new trailer, and Tugg announces partnership with Film Movement.

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Festival Award Winners; IFP at reRun Theater image

Festival Award Winners; IFP at reRun Theater

Accolades were handed out to films at the Chicago and London Film Festivals, Sundance sets its return to the UK, the Independent Filmmaker Project teams up with the reRun Theater in Brooklyn, and more news in today's FilmLinc Digest!

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Mice, Madd and Mountains

"What are men to rocks and mountains?" Such is the wisdom Mary Bennet brings to Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice. For some answers. check out this year's Mountainfilm in New York festival!

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ND/NF Alums Are Geniuses; First Doc-Only Theater image

ND/NF Alums Are Geniuses; First Doc-Only Theater

Two of this year's MacArthur fellows come from the ranks of New Directors/New Films, the President of Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts announces his departure, Pathé set to go digital with film catalog, and more in our FilmLinc Digest!

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Interview: Sasha Friedlander, “Where Heaven Meets Hell” image

Interview: Sasha Friedlander, “Where Heaven Meets Hell”

The filmmaker talks about her life-long interest in Indonesian culture and how it moved her to make this documentary on the sulfur miners of East Java. Friedlander's film screens Tuesday night as part of our ongoing Art of the Real series.

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The Belly of the Beast

Two festival documentaries, Amos Gitai’s Field Diary (1982) and Lucien Castaing-Taylor and Véréna Paravel's Leviathan (2012), assault the viewers' senses by deeply immersing them in the worlds of commercial fishing and the Lebanon War, respectively.

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Changing Times and Rolling Stones image

Changing Times and Rolling Stones

Two documentaries about the iconic rock band, Charlie is My Darling and Gimme Shelter, show just how much The Rolling Stones (and the world around them) changed in the four short but tumultuous years between 1965 and 1969.

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NYFF Daily: Saturday, 10/6 image

NYFF Daily: Saturday, 10/6

What's better than hitting the links for another round of golf? The second Saturday of the New York Film Festival. Views from the Avant-Garde, Amour, Passion, our Centerpiece screening of Not Fade Away, and more!

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