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Daily Buzz: Sundance Episode 1

The Sundance Film Festival typically begins with a question. Which film on this year's slate will achieve the level of success found by one of last year's hits. And so, Sundance 2013 begins with festival goers asking: "What will be this year's Beasts of the Southern Wild?"

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“Upstream Color” & Six More Films Set for 42nd ND/NF

Check out the first seven films slated for the 42nd New Directors/New Films Festival, including new work by Sarah Polley and Shane Carruth, a Bulgarian feature (the first one at the festival in 35 years), and more!

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The Return of Film Society’s Daily Buzz!

We are happy to announce that our daily podcast hosted by Film Society's Eugene Hernandez will begin dispatching from the Sundance Film Festival tomorrow, and will be continuing at other major festivals throughout the year! Subscribe to our podcast on iTunes...

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A New Year in Film Festivals

Today's FilmLinc Digest heralds the New Year in cinema with major news regarding the Sundance Film Festival, SXSW, and our very own New Directors/New Films festival!

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Interview: Zuzanna Solakiewicz, “Yorzeit”

Director Zuzanna Solakiewicz reveals a little-known piece of Jewish history: a gravesite in Poland of three holy masters, covered up during World War II. Travel to Poland with Meir Moszkowicz on Yorzeit (the anniversary of the death of Master Zvi) in this beautiful documentary.

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Nagisa Oshima: The Man Who Left His Will on Film

Film Society Director of Programming Robert Koehler reflects on the life and legacy of the provocative filmmaker and the transgressive cinema moment he helped create in 1960s Japan.

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Shlocky Horror Picture Show

Critic J. Hoberman gives an overview of the history of Jewish horror in a piece that served as the inspiration for his upcoming New York Jewish Film Festival program The Black Cat (and Other Tales).

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Golden Globes, Indie Grantees, DGA Doc Nominees

Today's FilmLinc Digest wraps up Sunday night's awards show and surveys some recent recognition of indie and documentary films, including New Directors/New Films alums Gimme the Loot, How to Survive a Plague, and 5 Broken Cameras.

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Interview: Karen Thorsen & Tracie Holder, “Joe Papp in Five Acts”

How did New York end up with public theater, Shakespeare in Central Park, and subway posters for Broadway shows? How did Meryl Streep, David Mamet, and George C. Scott get started? Directors Tracie Holder and Karen Thorsen discuss their documentary portrait of the man responsible for it all, Joe Papp.

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Oscar Loves “Lincoln”; “Amour” & “Beasts” Big

Films fans and industry types got up early in Los Angeles today to find out the Oscar nominations.

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