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Posted on 6.13.2011
Impressive retrospective of Judy Garland’s films will feature 31 titles including a presentation of seldom seen short films and rarities as well as a special “sing-along” screening of "The Wizard of Oz."
Posted on 6.8.2011
LIine-up includes David Weissman’s opening night documentary "We Were Here"; SXSW favorite "Weekend"; Rashaad Ernesto Green’s Bronx story "Gun Hill Road," and a special screening of "Wish Me Away" featuring an appearance by the film's subject, country star Chely Wright. Festival also announces expansion to venues across New York City including screenings in Queens and Brooklyn.
Posted on 6.2.2011
TED HOPE’S “NEW FACES OF NEW YORK INDEPENDENT FILM” PANEL TO TAKE PLACE IN AMPHITHEATER WITH ANTONIO CAMPOS, LENA DUNHAM, SEAN DURKIN, BEN AND JOSH SAFDIE AND OTHERS DURING FREE-TO-THE-PUBLIC WEEKEND JUNE 10-12
Posted on 5.26.2011
The evening will include the New York premiere of Road to Nowhere and a screening of Monte Hellman's Cockfighter.
Posted on 5.19.2011
Before the official opening on June 17, the Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center will host a series of films and discussions, free and open to the public.
Posted on 5.13.2011
Program includes 19 films from 12 countries, including 17 New York premieres.
Posted on 5.12.2011
The Film Society partners with the UK Film Council & Emerging Pictures to announce screenings of 6 independent UK films in 10 U.S. cities.
Posted by Michael Gibbons on 5.5.2011
The New York Asian Film Festival returns to the Lincoln Center July 1-14.
Posted on 4.29.2011
Opening Night film The Salt of Life, and a special screening of Alessandro Blasetti’s 1860 set for the series’ 11th edition.