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Daily Buzz: Sundance Episode 6

Today's podcast brings the heat with a fast-paced wrap-up of the best so far and the best yet to come at Sundance, plus the true story of the hunt for bin Laden in Greg Barker’s doc Manhunt and Albert Maysles on his approach to nonfiction filmmaking and his new short The Secret of Trees.

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“Upstream Color” & Six More Films Set for 42nd ND/NF

Check out the first seven films slated for the 42nd New Directors/New Films Festival, including new work by Sarah Polley and Shane Carruth, a Bulgarian feature (the first one at the festival in 35 years), and more!

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Interview: Zuzanna Solakiewicz, “Yorzeit”

Director Zuzanna Solakiewicz reveals a little-known piece of Jewish history: a gravesite in Poland of three holy masters, covered up during World War II. Travel to Poland with Meir Moszkowicz on Yorzeit (the anniversary of the death of Master Zvi) in this beautiful documentary.

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Golden Globes, Indie Grantees, DGA Doc Nominees

Today's FilmLinc Digest wraps up Sunday night's awards show and surveys some recent recognition of indie and documentary films, including New Directors/New Films alums Gimme the Loot, How to Survive a Plague, and 5 Broken Cameras.

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Interview: Karen Thorsen & Tracie Holder, “Joe Papp in Five Acts”

How did New York end up with public theater, Shakespeare in Central Park, and subway posters for Broadway shows? How did Meryl Streep, David Mamet, and George C. Scott get started? Directors Tracie Holder and Karen Thorsen discuss their documentary portrait of the man responsible for it all, Joe Papp.

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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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“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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Season Spotlight: “How to Survive a Plague”

Our daily Season Spotlights continue with a heartfelt endorsement for David France's stirring ACT UP documentary, which moved audiences at this year's Sundance and New Directors/New Films festivals. See this film.

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Music, Experimentation and New York Stories Bind NYJFF Lineup

This year's New York Jewish Film Festival takes audiences around the world and back to Gotham with a collection of narrative and documentary features and shorts as diverse as the diaspora they represent.

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Season Spotlight: “5 Broken Cameras”

Even though it came out it June, don't forget about Emad Burnat and Guy Davidi's topical doc about conflict in the Israeli-occupied territories, which won awards at Sundance, had its New York premiere at New Directors/New Films, and is shortlisted for the Oscar for Best Documentary Feature.

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