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iW NEWS | Fim Society to Celebrate 30 Years of Kino

iW NEWS | Fim Society to Celebrate 30 Years of Kino

The Film Society of Lincoln Center will celebrate the 30th Anniversary of Kino International with a special series running from June 29th – July 12th at the Walter Reade Theater. The series will open with the New York debut of a restoration of Fritz Lang‘s “Spies” (1928) and other screenings will include Charlie Chaplin‘s “The Great Dictator,” (1940), Sergei Paradjanov‘s “Shadows of Forgotten Ancestors” (1964), Fritz Lang‘s “M” (1931), and Wong Kar Wai‘s “Fallen Angels” (1995). New York’s Film Forum will join the celebration by screening of Fritz Lang’s “Metropolis.” “More than a celebration of Kino’s longstanding commitment to film culture, this summer’s retrospective at the Walter Reade Theatre is a testament to the diverse and vibrant pulse of world filmmaking during the past 100 years,” said Kent Jones, associate director of programming at the Film Society, in a statement. [Eugene Hernandez]

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