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Reverse Shot and Museum of the Moving Image Expand Partnership

By Ziyad Saadi | Indiewire February 13, 2014 at 3:03PM

Reverse Shot, a quarterly, independently published film journal, has now taken its collaboration with the Museum of the Moving Image one step further. As of this coming April, the two organizations will create a partnerships that officially turns Reverse Shot into a publication of the Museum.
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Reverse Shot, a quarterly, independently published film journal which previously published a blog on Indiewire, has now taken its collaboration with the Museum of the Moving Image one step further. Beginning in April, the two organizations will create a partnership that will turn Reverse Shot into an official publication of the Museum.

The collaboration first began with the screening series "See It Big!" which is now in its third year and proving to be a very popular series. Now Reverse Shot plans to delve deep into contemporary cinema with interviews and reviews while producing more exclusive video content and hosting symposiums and other special features to discuss matters of film history.

Reverse Shot will continue under editors Michael Koresky and Jeff Reichert, who will be working closely with the Museum's Chief Curator David Schwartz throughout their expansion.

This article is related to: Museum of the Moving Image, Reverse Shot, Film Comment, Indiewire, Jeff Reichert, David Schwartz, See It Big, News

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