Who Is Carlos Diegues? image

Who Is Carlos Diegues?

A key figure in Brazil's Cinema Novo movement, Diegues will be at Film Society this weekend for a retrospective of his films. Learn more about this overlooked master and hear from Richard Peña about his importance to world cinema and which of his films should not be missed!

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The Colorful Cinema of Carlos Diegues

Films as vibrant as those by Carlos "Cacá" Diegues, one of the key figures in Brazil's Cinema Novo movement of the 60s and 70s, are better expressed in images than words. Check out these beautiful posters and stills and see the Brazilian master in person this weekend at our retrospective of his work!

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Interview: Faouzi Bensaïdi, “Death For Sale” image

Interview: Faouzi Bensaïdi, “Death For Sale”

Faouzi Bensaïdi spoke with FilmLinc Daily about his tale of friendship and bank robbery, which was Morocco's official selection for the 2012 Academy Awards and a highlight of the 20th New York African Film Festival.

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Discover: Frances Bodomo Crosses Cultures with “Boneshaker” image

Discover: Frances Bodomo Crosses Cultures with “Boneshaker”

Our second weekly column spotlighting emerging film talent focuses on Frances Bodomo, whose short Boneshaker stars Oscar-nominated actress Quvenzhané Wallis, premiered at Sundance, and screens this week in the 20th New York African Film Festival.

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Discover: Penny Lane Connects the Dots Into a Tender “Our Nixon” image

Discover: Penny Lane Connects the Dots Into a Tender “Our Nixon”

Penny Lane kicks off FilmLinc Daily's new weekly column spotlighting budding cinematic talent. Her inventive doc, which closes New Directors/New Films this weekend, offers a unique and intimate perspective on one of the most notorious politicians in American history.

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Four Decades of New Directors/New Films Discoveries

Steven Spielberg, Chantal Akerman, Richard Linklater, Wong Kar-wai, Kelly Reichert, and Pedro Almodóvar are just a few of the filmmakers that have segued to major success after debuting their early work at New Directors/New Films. We take a look back at the history of the festival as the 42nd edition gets underway.

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Interview: François Ozon, “In the House” image

Interview: François Ozon, “In the House”

At a roundtable interview, Ozon talked about his esteem for longtime collaborator Fabrice Luchini, French cinema's commitment to roles for older actresses, and his new film In the House.

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Interview: Shalimar Preuss, “My Blue-Eyed Girl” image

Interview: Shalimar Preuss, “My Blue-Eyed Girl”

Writer-director Shalimar Preuss talks about her first feature, My Blue-Eyed Girl, and its themes of nature, childhood and boredom. Don't miss it in Rendez-Vous with French Cinema!

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Interview: David Riker, “The Girl” image

Interview: David Riker, “The Girl”

The acclaimed director speaks about his extensive research into the dramas of the US-Mexico border, the lasting influence of Italian Neorealist films, and the evolution of the independent film world over his decade-long career.

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Spielberg Developing Kubrick’s “Napoleon,” Cannes L’Atelier 2013 image

Spielberg Developing Kubrick’s “Napoleon,” Cannes L’Atelier 2013

Steven Spielberg, who collaborated with the late filmmaker on Artificial Intelligence in 2001, is working with Stanley Kubrick's family on a script he abandoned in the 70s. Also in today's FilmLinc Digest: War Witch triumphs at Canadian Film Awards, Richard Burton finally gets his star, and China launches U.S. scriptwriting contest.

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