The Colorful Cinema of Carlos Diegues image

The Colorful Cinema of Carlos Diegues

Films as vibrant as those by Carlos "Cacá" Diegues, one of the key figures in Brazil's Cinema Novo movement of the 60s and 70s, are better expressed in images than words. Check out these beautiful posters and stills and see the Brazilian master in person this weekend at our retrospective of his work!

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Pedro Almodóvar to Open LAFF; Jane Fonda Tells Critics to “Get a Life” image

Pedro Almodóvar to Open LAFF; Jane Fonda Tells Critics to “Get a Life”

The Spanish Oscar winner will bring his latest delight, I'm So Excited, to the Los Angeles Film Festival. Also: Jane Fonda responds to those who aren't pleased with her playing Nancy Reagan in Lee Daniels' upcoming The Butler and lineup announcements from the Seattle and Maryland Film Festivals.

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Interview: Faouzi Bensaïdi, “Death For Sale” image

Interview: Faouzi Bensaïdi, “Death For Sale”

Faouzi Bensaïdi spoke with FilmLinc Daily about his tale of friendship and bank robbery, which was Morocco's official selection for the 2012 Academy Awards and a highlight of the 20th New York African Film Festival.

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Trailers: Terrence Malick, Carlos Diegues, and Audrey Hepburn image

Trailers: Terrence Malick, Carlos Diegues, and Audrey Hepburn

Get a taste of the week to come at Film Society with trailers for Malick's To the Wonder, the Brazilian master's Bye Bye Brazil and Orfeu, fun-for-the-whole-family Gershwin musical Funny Face starring Hepburn and Fred Astaire, and more!

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Locarno Summer Academy Applications; Roger Ebert Laid to Rest image

Locarno Summer Academy Applications; Roger Ebert Laid to Rest

Four programs including the Critics Academy (in partnership with Film Society) are now accepting applications for the August festival in Italy. Also in today's FilmLinc Digest: Ebert is remembered at a Chicago funeral; Sundance London unveils its talks and music programs; and Meryl Streep reflects on the legacy of Margaret Thatcher.

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Photos from the 42nd New Directors/New Films image

Photos from the 42nd New Directors/New Films

Relive this year's ND/NF through photos of the Opening and Closing Night parties, filmmaker Q&As, special guests, and other events!

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Annette Funicello Dead at 70; “American Promise” Wins Full Frame Jury Prize image

Annette Funicello Dead at 70; “American Promise” Wins Full Frame Jury Prize

Funicello is remembered for her roles in the Mickey Mouse Club in the 1950s and "beach party" films in the 60s. Also: the Full Frame Documentary Festival announces its winners; The Guardian gives its take of films that defined the Thatcher era; the Hamptons Festival will host a summer Screenwriters Lab; and Spanish director Bigas Luna dies at 67.

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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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Watch: Shane Carruth Talks “Upstream Color” at ND/NF image

Watch: Shane Carruth Talks “Upstream Color” at ND/NF

Missed Upstream Color at New Directors/New Films? We've got you covered with video of Shane Carruth discussing the film's visual language, storyboarding, title, and the connection to Henry David Thoreau's Walden, just in time for its theatrical run!

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Barbra Streisand to Direct First Film In 18 Years; Tributes to Ebert image

Barbra Streisand to Direct First Film In 18 Years; Tributes to Ebert

Soon to be the recipient of the 40th Anniversary Chaplin Award, Streisand's next directorial is unveiled; filmmakers tribute Roger Ebert; HBO plans a Nora Ephron doc; Jane Campion is set for Cannes honors; and H.M. the Queen receives a BAFTA.

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