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Spain Then, Spanish Cinema Now

This year's iteration of our annual new Spanish cinema roundup has more to offer than graduating ghosts and bullfighting dwarves (as if you needed more!)—taken as a whole, it's one big mediation on Spain's troubled past, and its conflicted present.

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White Shadows, Doc Winners, and Italian Weekends

Check out the winners from this year's DOC NYC, learn about TLA Releasing's brand-new Italian branch, and watch an early, rare Hitchcock silent streaming online in today's Filmlinc Digest!

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What Would You Ask Christopher Nolan?

In under 15 years, Nolan has emerged as one of the greatest directors working today. He'll be in person at Film Society later this month to talk with Film Comment about his acclaimed Dark Knight Trilogy.

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Hamptons Director Steps Down; “The Hobbit” Soundtrack

Stream the official soundtrack of Peter Jackson's The Hobbit, find out what's new at the Hamptons International Film Festival, discover the James Wan-MacGyver connection, and see the latest images from Quentin Tarantino's Django Unchained! All in today's FilmLinc Digest...

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“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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Submissions are Open for New Directors/New Films 2013!

The annual festival co-presented by MoMA and the Film Society is taking entries for its 42nd iteration - now with a couple of illustrious new faces on selection duties!

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Interview: Julia Loktev, “The Loneliest Planet”

This NYFF '11 Main Slate selection has been dazzling festival audiences all year and is now in theaters in select cities. We spoke with the Georgian filmmaker about tongue twisters, the editing booth and her award-winning film starring Gael García Bernal and Hani Furstenberg.

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Stillness is the Move: Two Films by Keisuke Kinoshita

In two mid-career triumphs, a filmmaker struggles with the toll of fate and the burden of choice, the rush of conscious activity and the comfort—albeit sometimes oppressive—of inaction.

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Interview: Sean Baker, “Starlet”

The filmmaker discusses finding locations for his fourth feature, the desire to depict the adult film industry and its players in an original and three-dimensional way, and the canine co-star from which the film gets its name.

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Weinstein Expands Slate, Kino Releases Selznick Set

Weinstein grabs rights to Bong Joon-ho’s Snow Piercer and others, Kino Classics brings David O. Selznick to Blu-ray, speculations abound on new Star Wars movies, Videology reopens in Williamsburg (with booze!), and more in today's FilmLinc Digest.

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