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    The Films Of Robert Bresson: A Retrospective

    “We are still coming to terms with Robert Bresson, and the peculiar power and beauty of his films,” Martin Scorsese said in the 2010 book “A Passion For Film,” describing the often overlooked French filmmaker as “one of the cinema’s greatest artists.”

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    Filmmakers You Should Know: Mia Hansen-Løve, Eloquent Poet of Relationship Dramas

    Editor's Note: Filmmakers You Should Know is a regular column about working filmmakers who have amassed a significant body of work. This installment focuses on Mia Hansen-Løve, whose third feature, "Goodbye First Love," hits theaters on Friday (it's already on VOD).

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    'Little Miss Sunshine''s Carell & Collette Reteam for 'Descendants' Writers' Directorial Debut

    Toni Collette and Steve Carell, who played sister and brother in indie fave "Little Miss Sunshine," will reteam for "The Way, Way Back" alongside Sam Rockwell, Allison Janney and Annasophia Robb. Actor-writers Jim Rash and Nat Faxon will make their directorial debut, following up...

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    Not Simply the Best: Previewing the Sight and Sound Greatest Films Poll, Part I

    The Sight and Sound Film Poll is still an important guide to the greatest movies, but it could use an overhaul.

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    Meet the 2012 Tribeca Filmmakers #38: Alberto Rodriguez, ‘Unit 7’

    Alberto Rodriguez’s first solo feature was “The Suit” in 2002, after co-directing “The Pilgrim Factor” in 2000. In 2005, his “7 Virgins” received six Goya Award nominations in 2005, followed by three Goya nominations in 2009 for “After.” Rodriguez says, “I’ve had a fairly eclectic career,” having do...

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    Exclusive: Clip From Tribeca Film Festival Indie Drama 'Caroline And Jackie'

    All it can take is one night for tension and drama between friends, lovers and siblings to rise to the fore, and in the upcoming indie flick "Caroline and Jackie" making its premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival, it's one evening that changes things forever.

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    Film Society Partners with StoryCode and Kill Screen for Convergence Program; Will Launch First "Story Hackathon"

    The Film Society of Lincoln Center has announced a collaboration with StoryCode and Kill Screen Magazine in an effort to increase its transmedia programming.

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    New Media: Film Society of Lincoln Center, StoryCode and Kill Screen Mag Present Story Hackathon

    Jumping into multi-platform media programming, on April 28th, the Film Society of Lincoln Center and partners StoryCode and Kill Screen Magazine will host the first "Story Hackathon." This 24-hour event will challenge participants to design a cohesive narrative that spans three or more technology ...

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    Netflix To Unveil New Episodes Of 'Arrested Development' All At The Same Time In 2013; Bob Loblaw Is Returning

    Come on! We could listen to Gob say that all day and after a never ending string of rumors, updates and promises, the fourth season of "Arrested Development" is actually happening and gearing up to shoot this summer. After the news broke that this was indeed in the works last fall, Netflix moved qui...

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    Six Full Frame Documentaries You Must See

    Six Full Frame Documentaries You Must See

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