Discover some of the best new films from France at the 20th anniversary of Rendez-Vous with French Cinema, March 6 – 15.

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Indiewire called Buzzard "a genuinely brilliant contemporary satire of workplace frustrations... Office Space on crack."

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Make a discovery at New Directors/New Films! Tickets now on sale to Film Society and MoMA members.

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Eastern Boys is a NYTimes Critics' Pick: "compelling... explores interlocking themes with a cleareyed sensitivity." Now playing!

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The New York Times praised the eclectic lineup of Film Comment Selects, where "the gods of cinema mingle with its reprobates."

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The Film Society Reveals Full Art of the Real Lineup

Jenni Olson's The Royal Road will close the second installment of Art of the Real, taking place April 10-26. The festival includes a number of North American premieres as well as previously announced sidebars spotlighting Agnès Varda and the use of reenactments.

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The New Issue: March/April 2015

Bertrand Bonello's Saint Laurent, the 40th annual Grosses Gloss, Kent Jones on film criticism and acting, Howard Hampton on Clouds of Sils Maria, and more

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‘Buzzard’: The Insatiable Id

From Buzzard, the final film in Joe Potrykus's Animal Trilogy, emerges his most feral protagonist yet. The feature begins its theatrical run here at the Film Society of Lincoln Center starting Friday.

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Films of the Week: Two from Rendez-Vous

Jean Paul Civeyrac's beautiful but biting My Friend Victoria and Christophe Honoré's reimagining of Ovid's Metamorphoses

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Kaiju Shakedown: Story of Sorrow and Sadness

Mad men (and the women they torture for financial gain): Seijun Suzuki's 1977 outlandish, anti-advertising masterpiece

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Review: The Lesson

Crime and disillusionment: Kristina Grozeva and Petar Valchanov's allegorical tale of debt, set during Bulgaria's transition to democracy, is low-key and earnest

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The Film Society to Present a Walerian Borowczyk Retrospective in April

Obscure Pleasures: The Films of Walerian Borowczyk (April 2-9) will feature seldom-seen work from the controversial filmmaker on the big screen.

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Deep Focus: The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel

Is this gerontic paradise located in the heart of mushville, or further out on breezier, feel-good pastures?

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Interview: Miguel Llansó and Yohannes Feleke

Future shocking: director and star of Crumbs talk about their surreal, Ethiopian-set feature

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