‘The Dog’ Inspires Some Bank Payback image

‘The Dog’ Inspires Some Bank Payback

Allison Berg and Frank Keraudren's The Dog is an examination of the life of John Wojtowicz, who gained national attention when he attempted to rob a Chase Manhattan bank in 1972: the event Sidney Lumet's Dog Day Afternoon is based on.

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Joaquim Pinto’s ‘What Now? Remind Me’ (NYFF51) Returns to the Film Society image

Joaquim Pinto’s ‘What Now? Remind Me’ (NYFF51) Returns to the Film Society

The film veteran's cinematic self-portrait has garnered critical attention during its festival run, including last year's NYFF. The doc will begin its theatrical release at the Film Society Friday with a one-week exclusive engagement.

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‘The Dog’ Filmmakers Find a ‘70s Bank Robber Bon Vivant with No Apologies image

‘The Dog’ Filmmakers Find a ‘70s Bank Robber Bon Vivant with No Apologies

John Wojtowicz's robbery of a Brooklyn bank back in the '70s ignited a media firestorm long before the 24-hour news cycle made it de rigueur. Allison Berg and Frank Keraudren's The Dog, which debuted at last year's NYFF, will open this weekend at the Film Society.

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No More Secrets: Brooklyn’s Glass Ghost Croons to Emotion & Surveillance image

No More Secrets: Brooklyn’s Glass Ghost Croons to Emotion & Surveillance

Glass Ghost band member Eliot Krimsky shares his thoughts on music, technology, advertising, personal identity and their interplay which is at the heart of their Sound + Vision program: "Live Performance: Glass Ghost – LYFE™" Tuesday evening.

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John Waters and Isabelle Huppert Get Chatty at the Film Society Wednesday image

John Waters and Isabelle Huppert Get Chatty at the Film Society Wednesday

Trash maestro John Waters and acclaimed actress Isabelle Huppert joined in conversation following an exclusive screening of Catherine Breillat's Abuse of Weakness.

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‘The Kill Team’ Filmmaker Dan Krauss Talks Moral Ambiguity and Lost Innocence During Wartime image

‘The Kill Team’ Filmmaker Dan Krauss Talks Moral Ambiguity and Lost Innocence During Wartime

FilmLinc spoke with filmmaker Dan Krauss about his documentary The Kill Team prior to its one-week exclusive theatrical run at the Film Society.

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Soul Brother #1 Comes to the Film Society in “James Brown: The Hardest Working Man in Show Business” image

Soul Brother #1 Comes to the Film Society in “James Brown: The Hardest Working Man in Show Business”

The upcoming series highlights Brown's legacy not only as the charismatic singer but through his roles as composer, actor, performer, and more in his signature moments in film and rare musical performances. "James Brown: The Hardest Working Man in Show Business" runs August 29 - September 1.

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The Film Society to Present Complete John Waters Retrospective in September image

The Film Society to Present Complete John Waters Retrospective in September

"Fifty Years of John Waters: How Much Can You Take?" will include all 12 of the legendary director's features alongside a selection of films curated by Waters, conversations, shorts, and more.

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World Premiere of David Fincher’s ‘Gone Girl’ to Open 52nd New York Film Festival image

World Premiere of David Fincher’s ‘Gone Girl’ to Open 52nd New York Film Festival

Fincher's Gone Girl starring Ben Affleck and Rosamund Pike will have its World Premiere as the Opening Night of the 52nd NYFF. Tavern on the Green will once again serve as the after-party for the Gala.

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NYFF Revivals to Spotlight Restored ‘Hiroshima Mon Amour’ by Alain Resnais image

NYFF Revivals to Spotlight Restored ‘Hiroshima Mon Amour’ by Alain Resnais

The U.S. debut of a 4K restoration of Alain Resnais's debut feature Hiroshima Mon Amour will screen at the 2014 New York Film Festival prior to a theatrical run at the Film Society beginning October 17.

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