‘American Cheerleader’: A Do or Die Competition image

‘American Cheerleader’: A Do or Die Competition

FilmLinc spoke with American Cheerleader directors James Pellerito and David Barba about why cheerleading deserves more respect, among other things. The film screens Saturday as part of the Dance on Camera series at the Film Society.

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‘The Big Beat’ Director Joe Lauro on the Outsized Impact of Fats Domino image

‘The Big Beat’ Director Joe Lauro on the Outsized Impact of Fats Domino

The Big Beat: Fats Domino and the Birth of Rock ’n' Roll looks at legendary musician Fats Domino's humble New Orleans beginnings and his meteoric rise to cultural icon. The documentary screens January 24 as part of a Sound + Vision double bill.

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‘The Dune’ Director Yossi Aviram on Loneliness and Reconciliation image

‘The Dune’ Director Yossi Aviram on Loneliness and Reconciliation

FilmLinc spoke with Avarim shortly after his arrival to New York, where The Dune is screening as part of the New York Jewish Film Festival. He gives insight into the film that was influenced by an earlier doc he made about his uncle and his uncle's partner.

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‘The Muses of Isaac Bashevis Singer’ Co-Director Asaf Galay Talks Attraction and Inspiration image

‘The Muses of Isaac Bashevis Singer’ Co-Director Asaf Galay Talks Attraction and Inspiration

The Muses of Isaac Bashevis Singer kicked off the 24th New York Jewish Film Festival, a 16-day event showcasing the diversity of the Jewish experience around the world. FilmLinc spoke with co-director Asaf Galay about discovering the women behind the Nobel Prize-winning writer.

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Staring at Sound: Experimental Music Meets Avant-Garde Film and Art image

Staring at Sound: Experimental Music Meets Avant-Garde Film and Art

Getting to know the Film Society's ongoing music and visual series that takes place in Amphitheater at the Elinor Bunin Munroe Center. The next event takes place tonight.

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“Where Are You Bucharest?” Director Vlad Petri Discusses Protests and Filmmaking image

“Where Are You Bucharest?” Director Vlad Petri Discusses Protests and Filmmaking

Filmmaker Vlad Petri discusses filmmaking in a time of protest with FilmLinc.

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Actress Ana Ularu Goes Home to Romania with ‘I’m an Old Communist Hag’ image

Actress Ana Ularu Goes Home to Romania with ‘I’m an Old Communist Hag’

The actress stars as the daughter of a mother who is nostalgic for the country's communist past in Stere Gulea's I'm an Old Communist Hag, which screens in the upcoming Making Waves: New Romanian Cinema series opening this week at the Film Society.

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The Close-Up: Damien Chazelle Chats About His NYFF and Sundance Hit ‘Whiplash’ image

The Close-Up: Damien Chazelle Chats About His NYFF and Sundance Hit ‘Whiplash’

The young writer/director speaks with film critic Amy Taubin about the process of getting the film made, moving to Los Angeles after his directorial debut, and being referred to as "the next Scorsese" on this week's episode of the Film Society's podcast, The Close-Up.

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‘The Babadook’ Director Jennifer Kent Discusses Her Nail-Biting Directorial Debut image

‘The Babadook’ Director Jennifer Kent Discusses Her Nail-Biting Directorial Debut

The Australian filmmaker spoke to FilmLinc about her terrifying first film, which begins its one-week theatrical run at the Film Society on November 28.

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Tina Mascara & Guido Santi on Filming a Monk and Meeting the Dalai Lama image

Tina Mascara & Guido Santi on Filming a Monk and Meeting the Dalai Lama

FilmLinc spoke with filmmakers Tina Mascara and Guido Santi about meeting Nicholas Vreeland via a newspaper article and his initial reluctance to be filmed. Their documentary Monk with a Camera screens at the Film Society of Lincoln Center for a one-week exclusive run.

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