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Talking “The Sacrament” with Director Ti West

Indie filmmaker Ti West discusses The Sacrament, his fascination with the true story it's based on, and why he thinks of it as a "fake documentary" instead of "found-footage horror."

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Film Society Announces Revamped “Art of the Real” Series for April

The Film Society of Lincoln Center has announced plans for a revamped "Art of the Real" series, transforming it from a monthly event into an annual two-week celebration of nonfiction cinema.

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“Lily” Filmmakers Tackle Adult Issues with Childlike Wonder image

“Lily” Filmmakers Tackle Adult Issues with Childlike Wonder

Director Matt Creed and co-writer and star Amy Grantham discuss their portrait of a twenty-something breast cancer survivor, based on Grantham's own experiences, which screens on Wednesday in our monthly Indie Night series.

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Preview: November at Film Society

Winter is coming, and what better way to spend November's chilly days than in our warm theaters watching amazing movies? From thrilling WWII action to classic silent comedies to scream-inducing horror, we have everything you need for an excuse to spend the day indoors.

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IFP Sets 35th Independent Film Week image

IFP Sets 35th Independent Film Week

The Independent Filmmaker Project (IFP) released details of the 35th edition of Independent Film Week, taking place at Lincoln Center in September. The annual event seeks to advance new projects by both emerging and established independent artists and filmmakers.

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Film Society and MoMA Fete ND/NF Alums

On a steamy Monday night, Film Society of Lincoln Center and the Museum of Modern Art came together to celebrate New Directors/New Films favorites Viola and Les Coquillettes, both of which are now playing in NYC.

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Homegrown Cinema

Isaak and Eva James's Cape Cod-shot By Way of Home, which had its world premiere last night at the Provincetown Film Festival, is just one example of indie filmmakers choosing to go local with the launch of their films.

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Interview: John Alan Simon, “Radio Free Albemuth” image

Interview: John Alan Simon, “Radio Free Albemuth”

Writer/director/producer John Alan Simon discusses his adaptation of Philip K. Dick's Radio Free Albemuth, which screens Tuesday in Indie Night.

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Discover: Rola Nashef Penetrates The Glass Cage with “Detroit Unleaded” image

Discover: Rola Nashef Penetrates The Glass Cage with “Detroit Unleaded”

Filmmaker Rola Nashef's feature debut Detroit Unleaded centers on her experiences as a young Arab American living in Detroit. Nashef is more than satisfied to stay put in the town where she draws her inspiration.

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Friedkin to be honored at Venice; Durbin passes away at 91 image

Friedkin to be honored at Venice; Durbin passes away at 91

Golden Lions; Gordon Green; Vimeo On Demand and Video On Demand; and the passing of two great film stars, all in today’s FilmLinc Digest.

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