“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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New Locarno Leader, PTA Talks “The Master” & More image

New Locarno Leader, PTA Talks “The Master” & More

Stay up to date on film and festival news with our new FilmLinc Digests! Today: Carlo Chatrian appointed Artistic Director of Locarno, highlights from Telluride and Venice, previewing Toronto, and conversations with Paul Thomas Anderson and Ira Sachs.

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From the Mountains to 65th Street

New faces on the way to this year's Telluride Film Festival gave clues to the festival's secret lineup. Once revealed, it included seven films that will make their way to the 50th New York Film Festival this fall.

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The Ever-Growing Web of NYFF

Over the history of the fest, many directors, actors and cinemas have repeatedly appeared, creating a complex network that is on prominent display in this weekend's 50 Years of the New York Film Festival marathon.

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Baumbach & Bahrani, Polley & Potter Atop Telluride’s Secret Roster image

Baumbach & Bahrani, Polley & Potter Atop Telluride’s Secret Roster

You know its time for the fall movie season when cinephiles gather in Colorado for a Labor Day Weekend movie marathon in the mountains. Here's the lineup!

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NYFF40: Pedro Almodóvar’s “Talk to Her” image

NYFF40: Pedro Almodóvar’s “Talk to Her”

The Spanish master returned to the New York Film Festival for the fifth time in 2002 with this Oscar-winning film, which screens Tuesday night as part of our ongoing 50 Years of the New York FIlm Festival series.

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Festivals: Koehler on Locarno

Now in its 65th year, the Locarno Film Festival has reasserted itself as a place in which new and old cinema meet and merge, and as a platform for essential young cinema that may be ignored or relegated to a minor position by more commercially-oriented festivals.

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“Jack and Diane,” The Werewolf Love Story That Wasn’t image

“Jack and Diane,” The Werewolf Love Story That Wasn’t

In the final post in our series of articles from the Locarno Critics Academy, Zeba Blay dissects this indie-romance film and the continued cinematic obsession with vampires and werewolves

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Locarno 2012 Diary: Swiss Films Starring Switzerland image

Locarno 2012 Diary: Swiss Films Starring Switzerland

In the fourteenth of a series of articles from the Locarno Critics Academy, Claudia Piwecki discusses how Swiss filmmakers put the cinema of their country on display at this years festival.

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Brisseau’s “Woman” Wins Top Prize at Locarno Fest image

Brisseau’s “Woman” Wins Top Prize at Locarno Fest

In Switzerland, the Locarno Film Festival came to a close with awards over the weekend. Major prizes went to films from France, South Korea, Austria, Japan, Portugal, China and the United States.

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