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    Film Noir's 10 Most Dangerous Leading Ladies

    These are the essential femme fatales of film history.

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    Review: Agnieszka Holland's Moving Epic 'Burning Bush' Depicts a World Aflame

    Written by neophyte screenwriter Štěpán Hulík and directed by the Czech-educated Polish filmmaker Agnieszka Holland ("Europa, Europa"), "Burning Bush" restages a landmark event in modern Czech history.

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    Review: How the Bleak Drama 'Ida' Channels Ingmar Bergman Movies

    Pawel Pawlikowski's gorgeously bleak "Ida" is a keen retrograde study of classic European cinema that simultaneously feels timeless.

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    Exclusive: Film Forum Announces Summer Slate, Including New Films From Jonathan Demme and Jafar Panahi

    Film Forum has announced its summer lineup, and as expected, it's an eclectic and exciting mix of docs and dramas, relative newcomers and respected veterans, and all films are of interest.

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    Review: Juliette Binoche Delivers Commanding Performance In Bruno Dumont's Powerful Crisis of Faith Drama 'Camille Claudel 1915'

    As its name implies, Bruno Dumont's "Camille Claudel 1915" captures a moment in time for the woman in question with tremendous precision. In a incredibly contained performance that ranks among the best of her career, Juliette Binoche portrays a woman trapped by mental and physical constraints alike....

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    Exclusive: Watch the Trailer for Dominique Benicheti's Lost 1973 Doc 'Cousin Jules'

    Awarded the jury prize at the Locarno Film Festival in 1973, Dominique Benicheti's beloved documentary "Cousin Jules" has remained unreleased in the U.S. until now. Ahead of its first stateside theatrical run at New York's Film Forum, Indiewire is pleased to exclusively premiere the trailer for the ...

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    Film Forum Announces Student Membership; Here Are the NYC Theaters that Provide Student Discounts

    New York's Film Forum theater, one of the city's most renowned sites for repertory cinema and indie first releases, has just announced its new student membership program, Film Forum 101.

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    Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington and Martin Luther King's 'I Have a Dream' Speech With Nationwide Screenings of 'King: A Filmed Record' Today

    It's not often that people around the country have the opportunity to watch a restored movie in theaters at the same time, but today brings an especially compelling example that makes for one of the most substantial theatrical events of the year: To commemorate the 50th anniversary of the March on W...

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    Review: Is the Hilarious 'Computer Chess' A Change of Pace For Andrew Bujalski?

    There is an immediate sense of change afoot in "Computer Chess," Andrew Bujalski's fourth feature as writer-director, visible to anyone familiar with his previous work.

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    Rooftop Films and Film Forum Team Up For This Summer's Outdoor Cinema at Socrates Scultpure Park Starting With 'Our Nixon'

    Outdoor Cinema at Socrates Sculpture Park returns to Long Island City for a 16th consecutive summer on July 3 with a sneak peak preview of Cinedigm's "Our Nixon"

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