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    7 Hidden Gems from New Directors/New Films

    Every year, the Film Society of Lincoln Center and MoMA bring festival circuit favorites from emerging directors to New York City. This year, we look beyond the hype to discover the lineup's hidden gems. New Directors/New Films 2015 kicks off tonight.

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    Review: 'Policeman' A Strong, Haneke-Inspired Rumination On Israeli Society

    While it's absolutely an important issue that deserves coverage, we've already heard nearly every angle of the Israel-Palestine conflict seventy times over—so much so that we barely have a clue about their other dilemmas. One of these issues starting to come to light is the large economic disparity ...

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    Cannes Review: Can a Poem Save Your Life? Israeli Drama 'The Kindergarten Teacher' Makes the Case

    Israeli director Nadav Lapid takes an unusual premise and then rolls with it in "The Kindergarten Teacher," a second, more feminine film after the successful macho posturing of his striking debut, "Policeman."

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    Watch: Exclusive Trailer for Nadav Lapid's Stormy Poetic Drama 'The Kindergarten Teacher'

    The last time we saw Nadav Lapid on the festival circuit was with Israeli drama "Policeman" in 2011, which he workshopped at Cannes Atelier. Now his French feature "The Kindergarten Teacher" has come to Cannes 2014, and the trailer alone brims over with rainstorms, melancholy, and risk.

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    Corinth Films Acquires North American Rights for "Policeman"

    Nadav Lapid's thriller "Policeman," which ranked high on Indiewire's Best Undistributed Film Poll last year, has been acquired for U.S. release by Corinth Films.

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    NYFF '11 Review: 'Policeman' A Strong, Haneke-Inspired Rumination On Israeli Society

    While it's absolutely an important issue that deserves coverage, we've already heard nearly every angle of the Israel-Palestine conflict seventy times over -- so much so that we barely have a clue about their other dilemmas. One of these issues starting to come to light is the large economic dispari...

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