Film New York

New York, European Film Promotion (EFP) Industry Screening, June 28-29

As distinct from public agencies in the United States which provide virtually no support for the development and marketing of American films, the European Union has through its refined network of funding agencies been supporting films made in Europe. This … Continue reading

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New York: Expanding the Queens Museum of the Moving Image

As the chairman of the Museum Herb Schlosser emphasized at a recent meeting when presenting a status report on the expansion project, the visual media have developed many new production and distribution technologies, expanded their reach by providing more differentiated … Continue reading

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IFP and United Nations Present Doc Conference

The Independent Feature Project (IFP), one of the largest filmmaker membership organizations in the United States, is joining forces with the United Nations Department of Public Information to present a one-day conference on the effect of documentaries as a tool … Continue reading

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The Complete Clint Eastwood

Actor, director, screenwriter, jazz musician, music composer, politician, philanthropist, film legend…..these attributes could describe a cadre of people, but when they all wrapped into one outsized personality, it is truly impressive. Such is the career of Clint Eastwood, a television … Continue reading

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WHO KILLED NANCY – Opens July 30, 2010 – New York City

Peace Arch Entertainment Presents WHO KILLED NANCY A Film By Alan G. Parker Based On The Best-Selling Book SID VICIOUS: NO ONE IS INNOCENT  Opening In New York At The Cinema Village July 30, 2010 WHO KILLED NANCY, a new … Continue reading

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New York: Tribeca 2010 Documentaries

Documentaries screened at the 2010 Tribeca Film Festival tended to be superior to the feature films in its program an assessment not disputed by its creative director Geoff Gilmore. In one of the seminars Gilmore acknowledged that the Sundance festival … Continue reading

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Louis Malle: The Fire Within

Louis Malle, the legendary French director whose career spanned three decades and whose influence on the language of cinema continues to grow in stature, will be the subject of a mini-retrospective starting New Year’s Day at the Walter Reade Theater … Continue reading

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SoHo International Film Festival launches in NYC in Feb., 2010

Founder Jorge Ballos, one of New York’s top talent agents, announced the launch of the first SoHo International Film Festival, which will run February 18-21, 2010 in the heart of SoHo, New York City. This new festival will celebrate the … Continue reading

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India Comes To New York

New York City prides itself as being the “capital of the world”, as it has attracted immigrants from all over the globe and set up individual communities within the city’s urban grid. For the past few decades, the communities of … Continue reading

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Italian Neorealism At New York’s Lincoln Center

It doesn’t get much better than this…..the Film Society of Lincoln Center, which presents the New York Film Festival each Fall, is in the midst of a revelatory review of one of the major film movements of the 20th century, … Continue reading

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