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Posted on 10.31.2011

Performa’s first-ever film commission - Guy Maddin’s TALES FROM THE GIMLI HOSPITAL: REFRAMED

Performa and the FSLC are pleased to announce the first-ever solo Performa Commission by a filmmaker, to be presented at Lincoln Center’s Walter Reade Theater from November 18-20, 2011, as part of Performa 11, the fourth edition of the new visual art performance biennial. Live performance by acclaimed Canadian director created in collaboration with all-star supergroup of Icelandic musicians plus Foley Artists.

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Posted on 10.27.2011

FSLC announces film series celebrating Hollywood’s “Jew Wave” of the late 60s/early 70s

Special guest appearances include Elliot Gould, Charles Grodin, Buck Henry, Walter Bernstein, Jeanie Berlin and James Toback. Special November 1st screening of EL TOPO with Alajandro Jodorowsky in attendance also announced.

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Posted on 10.16.2011

Richard Peña to Step Down Next Year and Organize New Educational Initiative

The Film Society of Lincoln Center announced this evening that FSLC’s longtime Program Director and Head of the NYFF Selection Committee, Richard Peña, will step down from those posts at the conclusion of next year’s 50th New York Film Festival, and his 25th year with the Film Society.

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Posted on 10.16.2011

Highlights throughout Oct. including Chinese Cinema, Mountainfilm and An Evening with Solomonoff

"Eastern Promise" will showcase recent popular Chinese Cinema; 50 Years of the NYFF will screen a notable film every year of the festival leading up to the 50th anniversary; Mountainfilm will provide a varied slate of programming emphasizing adventure, exploration, and the environment; Latinbeat presents films by Argentine-born Julia Solomonoff; THE INCIDENT added to Scary Movies 5

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Posted on 10.6.2011

West Memphis 3 Will Attend NYFF

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Posted on 10.3.2011

Scary Movies 2011 Lineup Announced

The Film Society's popular Scary Movies series includes the NY premieres of Kill List and The Innkeepers.

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Posted on 10.1.2011

Film Society launches free NYFF Forums to be streamed live online

Conversations and panels at Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center Amphitheater (144 W. 65th St) from October 1-15 with Pedro Almodovar, Willem Dafoe, Famke Janssen, John Lithgow, John Landis, Bela Tarr and many more

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Posted on 9.16.2011

2011 NYFF Shorts Programs, Oliver Stone’s “Salvador” to replace “Untold History of the US”

The Film Society announces two short films programs for the 2011 NYFF. Due to scheduling conflicts, Oliver Stone’s “Untold History of the United States” will no longer screen at the festival and will be replaced with a special 25th Anniversary screening of SALVADOR, with Stone in attendance. The Masterworks screening of BEN-HUR will be attended by Fraser Heston (the son of Charlton Heston), Catherine Wyler (the daughter of director William Wyler) and Toby Wyler, (the director’s great-grandson).

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Posted on 9.16.2011

The Ghetto Film School, FSLC and Google present 10 Outstanding Short Films

The Ghetto Film School (GFS), Film Society of Lincoln Center and Google partners for 12th Annual Public Screening at Lincoln Center, to take place on Monday, Sept. 26. The event will showcase 10 short films created by the 2011–2012 GFS Fellows. The projects will also be spotlighted on YouTube’s Homepage, allowing viewers from around the globe to watch the films in real time. Jury members include Jim Jarmusch and Melissa Leo.

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Posted on 9.14.2011

Film Society and IFP announce “Emerging Visions” to run concurrent with the New York Film Festival

The Film Society of Lincoln Center and the Independent Filmmaker Project (IFP) announced today details of a unique collaborative program entitled “Emerging Visions,” which will run concurrent to the New York Film Festival. The daylong event, taking place on Monday, October 3rd at the Film Society of Lincoln Center’s new Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center, will introduce 25 emerging filmmaking talents to some of the most prolific directors and producers in the industry today.

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