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The filmlinc blog is 1! (And we're moving to bigger digs)

We knew there’d be stories.

We’re talking about a 40-year-old organization here, the Upper West Side’s haven for die-hard film fans, and the host to many a filmmaker, from those just starting out to the celebrated recipients of our annual Chaplin Award. 206 more words

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Muse of the "Metropolitan:" A (Short) Conversation with Whit Stillman

It wasn’t hard to track down Whit Stillman. Though it was hard to get a word in.

Before the screening of Stillman’s The Last Days of Disco… 837 more words

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Uncommon times call for uncommon films: join us in saluting First Run Features

Let’s face it: sometimes we get tired of seeing the same-old multiplex blockbuster, clutching our corporate coffee-chain coffee, before returning to our apartment filled with whimsical, and flimsily constructed Swedish furniture that all looks the same (even those of us who work at the Film Society!). 254 more words

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Video: Amreeka director Cherien Dabis talks to the Film Society's Richard Peña

From Erin Crumpacker, a video of the Q&A between Richard Peña and Amreeka director Cherien Dabis.

Be sure to check out Erin’s blog, Briefly Noted, for more.

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From the Film Talk, a special interview with Elliott Gould

Great new stuff from our friends at The Film Talk, an interview with Elliott Gould who will be appearing at the Film Society tomorrow and Sunday, as a part of our… 101 more words

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Led by Resnais, Almodovar and a newcomer called Precious, the New York Film Festival slate is up!

Just announced: the official New York Film Festival slate! Let the chatter commence! The slate naturally boasts films from all over the globe: Italy, Portugal, France, Phillipines, Korea. 107 more words

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A HUGE opportunity for filmmakers: Could YOUR trailer open the New York Film Festival?

Fancy yourself a budding Scorsese? The chance to appear at a major festival may be closer than you think!

The Film Society of Lincoln Center… 243 more words

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