Harlem Film Fest approaches, Cinema Guild acquires Leviathan image

Harlem Film Fest approaches, Cinema Guild acquires Leviathan

In our third Filmlinc Digest: Doc Leviathan (NYFF '12) gets U.S. distribution, Cambodia submits first film to Oscars in 18 years, new David Gordon Green project, and the 7th annual Harlem International Film Festival kicks off soon.

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“Amour” wins FIPRESCI, Liv Ullman Coming to NYFF image

“Amour” wins FIPRESCI, Liv Ullman Coming to NYFF

In our second FilmLinc Digest: Michael Haneke's latest takes the prestigious international critics award, Honorary Academy Awards announced, Richard Linklater's Before Midnight wraps, Ullman to attend NYFF screening of doc Liv and Ingmar and more!

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IFP Sets Independent Film Week Plans image

IFP Sets Independent Film Week Plans

Independent Film Week offers opportunities for filmmakers to meet with industry professionals and discuss the future of film.

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Martin Segal: 1916 - 2012 image

Martin Segal: 1916 - 2012

A passionate patron of the arts, Film Society of Lincoln Center co-founder Marty Segal died last weekend in New York City at the age of 96. UPDATE: Video of our recent interview with Segal about his remembrances of the New York Film Festival.

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Veteran Producer Ted Hope to Head San Francisco Film Society image

Veteran Producer Ted Hope to Head San Francisco Film Society

Leading New York City indie producer will head west to start at San Francisco Film Society on September 1st.

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Remembering Marty Segal image

Remembering Marty Segal

Film Society executive director Rose Kuo looks back on the life and legacy of one of New York film culture's indisputable giants.

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Time Regained: Remembering Chris Marker image

Time Regained: Remembering Chris Marker

The great French filmmaker, who passed away Sunday, dedicated his life to articulating the ineffable. Remembering his life and legacy, we can't help wondering how much about Chris Marker continues to elude us.

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Influential French Filmmaker Chris Marker Dies at 91 image

Influential French Filmmaker Chris Marker Dies at 91

Not only a filmmaker, but a novelist, poet and photographer as well, this visionary experimental artist combined various forms of expression into what is now known as the film essay.

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“Looper” Leading Lineup at Toronto Fest image

“Looper” Leading Lineup at Toronto Fest

The news today signals the start of a more serious season of cinema that takes shape annually in Toronto.

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Oscar-Winning Screenwriter Frank Pierson Dies at 87 image

Oscar-Winning Screenwriter Frank Pierson Dies at 87

The former AMPAS president gave the world Dog Day Afternoon, Cool Hand Luke and A Star is Born, writing some of the most compelling, modern characters ever to grace the screen.

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