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GRANITO: HOW TO NAIL A DICTATOR's Director Pamela Yates, subjects Alejandra García, Fredy Peccerelli, Kate Doyle, and editor Peter Kinoy discuss the film following their screening on Friday, June 17. (Photo by Wildman)


GRANITO's Pamela Yates. (Photo by Wildman)


BETTER THIS WORLD Co-Director Kelly Duane de la Vega during the Q&A at the Walter Reade on Saturday, June 18. (Photo by Wildman)


BETTER THIS WORLD Co-Director Katie Galloway. (Photo by Wildman)


BETTER THIS WORLD's documentary subject Bradley Crowder talks about his experiences as one of the notorious "Texas Two". (Photo by Wildman)


THE SIEGE (La Toma) Co-director Angus Gibson discusses the film following the screening at the Walter Reade on Wednesday, June 29. (Photo by Wildman) 


THE SIEGE (La Toma) Co-Director Miguel Salazar. (Photo by Wildman)


THIS IS MY LAND... HEBRON directors Stephen Natanson and Giulia Amati prior to their screening on Wednesday, June 29. (Photo by Wildman)



Andrew Rossi's insider's look at the New York Times, the future of print journalism and the walking/talking force-of-nature that is David Carr was the first film to "play" the Film Society of Lincoln Center's new Film Center. To mark the occasion and set the precedent for things to come, FSLC presented special Q&A's with Brian Stelter, a writer for the Times and one of the documentary's subjects.

The New York Times' Brian Stelter explains how twitter works to FSLC's Richard Pena in the Film Center's Amphitheater. (Photo by John Wildman)



The NY Asian Film Festival got off to a fast start thanks to Yoshimasa Ishibashi's romantic explosion of dance and absurdity, MILOCRORZE: A LOVE STORY, Takashi Miike's director's cut of his recent hit 13 ASSASSINS and Yeo Joon Han's Mayasian Python-esque musical SELL OUT!

Takayuki Yamada and Yoshimasa Ishibashi, star and director of MILOCRORZE: A LOVE STORY attempt to explain the craziness in the neon-hued romantic comedy adventure on Friday, July 1. (Photo by Justina Walford)


Takayuki Yamada and Yoshimasa Ishibashi pose for the press following their press conference. (Photo by Justina Walford)


Takayuki Yamada accepts his Star Asia Shining Star Award from Subway Cinema's Marc Walkow (left) and Film Commment's Gavin Smith (right) prior to the screening of MILOCRORZE: A LOVE STORY. (Photo by Justina Walford)


SELL OUT! Director Yeo Joon Han and star Peter Davis explain the Monty Python influence on the Malaysia musical comedy to FSLC's John Wildman on Monday, July 4. (Photo by Justina Walford)

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