Nagisa Oshima: The Man Who Left His Will on Film image

Nagisa Oshima: The Man Who Left His Will on Film

Film Society Director of Programming Robert Koehler reflects on the life and legacy of the provocative filmmaker and the transgressive cinema moment he helped create in 1960s Japan.

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Gilded by the Guild Awards

We round up the nominations for the Directors, Writers, Producers, and Screen Actors Guild Awards in anticipation of tomorrow's announcement of the nominees for the 85th Academy Awards. What surprises are in store this year?

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New York Critics Stoke Buzz for “Zero Dark Thirty,” “Lincoln” & More image

New York Critics Stoke Buzz for “Zero Dark Thirty,” “Lincoln” & More

Though everyone knew who'd walk home with prizes from the NY Film Critics Circle, last nite's ceremony wasn't fully scripted, with emotional acceptances, a dash of heckling & a pair of filmmakers called upon to defend their award-winning work amidst a storm of controversy.

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Anticipation, Resolutions, and a Dash of Mystery for 2013

In our first FIlmLinc Digest of the year, we look forward to a new season of cinema with anticipatory lists and film resolutions, along with a piece on perhaps the most controversial Christmas Day release in recent history: Quentin Tarantino's Django Unchained.

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Academy Narrows Foreign Oscar Race to 9 Films image

Academy Narrows Foreign Oscar Race to 9 Films

Which of these nine movies would you vote for as the best foreign film of the year?

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“The Grandmasters” to Open Berlinale; First Trailer for “To the Wonder” image

“The Grandmasters” to Open Berlinale; First Trailer for “To the Wonder”

Wong Kar Wai's highly anticipated new film is announced as the opener of the 63rd Berlin International Film Festival; the first trailer for Terrence Malick's latest surfaces; the Library of Congress selects 25 films to add to the National Film Registry; and more in today's FilmLinc Digest.

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NYTimes Year-End Recap; Best Criticism of 2012 image

NYTimes Year-End Recap; Best Criticism of 2012

In today's FilmLinc Digest: Kathryn Bigelow's Zero Dark Thirty and Paul Thomas Anderson's The Master continue to rake in critics awards, a look back on the year in film from The Grey Lady, and much more!

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Golden Globes Surprises: “Salmon” Up, “Beasts” Down image

Golden Globes Surprises: “Salmon” Up, “Beasts” Down

Steven Spielberg's latest raked in an expected seven nods, but it was the surprise inclusion (three times!) of the nearly-forgotten "Salmon Fishing in the Yemen" and the snubbing of Benh Zeitlin's "Beasts of the Southern Wild" that marked today's nominations.

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“The Master” Wins Big With Los Angeles Critics, but “Amour” Takes Top Prize image

“The Master” Wins Big With Los Angeles Critics, but “Amour” Takes Top Prize

Film critics in Los Angeles met today to vote for the best of 2012. What do you think of their choices?

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“Zero Dark Thirty” Takes Home Top Prizes with New York Film Critics Circle image

“Zero Dark Thirty” Takes Home Top Prizes with New York Film Critics Circle

What is the best movie of 2012? New York City film critics answered that question today.

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