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    You Heard It Here First: Film Forum's 2013 Summer Premieres Lineup

    While summer may not feel just around the corner, the summer blockbuster season is already upon us; with that comes a barrage of endless sequels and some rare surprise hits. Some of those innovative and small-scaled finds are slated to screen at Film Forum over the next few months, as part of their ...

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    Behind-the-Scenes Doc 'Marina Abramović: The Artist is Present' Ruins the Mystique of Her Performance Art

    Behind-the-Scenes Doc 'Marina Abramović: The Artist is Present' Ruins the Mystique of Her Performance Art

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    'Django Unchained' Trailer to Premiere Theatrically at Film Forum

    A slew of you have probably already seen the trailer for Quentin Tarantino's Christmas offering "Django Unchained" thanks to an online leak before its official online launch later tonight. But in case you're holding out to catch it on the big screen, Film Forum has some sweet news ...

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    Critic's Notebook: Deleting 'The Avengers' and Other Misadventures From the Digital Frontier

    Journalists get used to perks, avoiding long lines chief among them. However, when a New York press screening for "The Avengers" ran into a technical snafu last week, we had no choice but to wait...

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    Critical Consensus: Kent Jones and Jonathan Rosenbaum Discuss Robert Bresson and Jean-Luc Godard

    There's no easy way to have a short conversation about Robert Bresson without shortchanging a career spanning 13 films and widely considered paramount to 20th-century film history.

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    How "Khodorkovsky" Turns A Russian Oligarch Into a Free-Speech Martyr

    In 2004, Russian oligarch Mikhail Khodorkovsky was on his private jet when he was arrested for tax fraud and oil theft; he was later sentenced to prison in a remote Siberian penitentiary. The scandal created headlines around the world, but in "Khodorkovsky," filmmaker Cyril Tuschi puts for...

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    "Tomboy" Positions Director Celine Sciamma as a Warmer Catherine Breillat

    Céline Sciamma's 2007 directorial debut, "Water Lillies," delicately explored the awakening of female urges among a group of feisty teenage girls. Sciamma's follow-up, the similarly heartfelt "Tomboy," moves back in time to unearth the same fundamental experiences ...

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    Minor Maysles in Paul McCartney Portrait "The Love We Make"

    Minor Maysles in Paul McCartney Portrait "The Love We Make"

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    Everything Old Is New Again—In 3D

    If you’re in New York City any time over the next two weeks and you’ve never seen “old-school” Hollywood 3D, make a beeline for Film Forum on Houston Street. Forget the untruths and distortions you’ve read about how primitive the process was in the 1950s and judge fo...

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