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    'Blue Caprice,' 'Upstream Color' Among Highlights of 2013 New Directors/New Films

    The Museum of Modern Art and the Film Society of Lincoln Center's yearly showcase for up and coming filmmakers, New Directors/New Films, has announced the full lineup for 2013's installment, which runs from March 20-31.

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    New Directors/New Films Sets 7 Films Including 'Upstream Color' and 'Stories We Tell'

    The Museum of Modern Art and the Film Society of Lincoln Center have jointly announced seven official selections for the 2013 New Directors/New Films Festival (ND/NF), which runs March 20–31, 2013. The festival is "dedicated to the discovery of new works by emerging and dynamic filmmaking...

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    Movie Lovers We Love: 5 Reasons Departing MoMA Curator Laurence Kardish Matters For Film Culture

    Last week, the Museum of Modern Art announced that its longtime Senior Curator, Laurence Kardish, would retire from his position in October. More than shouldering responsibility for MoMA's continuing reputation as one of New York's preeminent destinations for first-rate cinema both new and o...

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    Watch: Meet the Directors of ND/NF, Hosted by Indiewire

    Earlier this week, Indiewire hosted a large panel of filmmakers representing the roster of up-and-coming talent at this year's New Directors/New Films.

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    FUTURES: 'Gimme the Loot' Writer/Director Adam Leon Brings His New York Love Letter Back Home

    New York-based writer/director Adam Leon is going to have a tough time topping these past few weeks. At the recently wrapped SXSW film festival in Austin, the first-time feature filmmaker won the event's Narrative Grand Jury Prize for his debut, "Gimme the Loot." Shortly after the win, Sundance Sele...

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    How To Make a Powerful AIDS Doc: Talking to the Team Behind 'How To Survive a Plague'

    This weekend in New York, "How To Survive a Plague" comes home. Two months after premiering at the Sundance Film Festival to intense acclaim, the film will screen as part of the 41st edition of New Directors/New Films.

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    Meet the ND/NF Filmmakers Monday at the Lincoln Center

    For over 40 years, New Directors/New Films has introduced up-and-coming filmmakers to New York audiences each spring. This year, get to know a batch of this year's ND/NF filmmakers by attending a free panel discussion presented by Indiewire.

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    "Teddy Bear" Acquired By Film Movement

    "Teddy Bear," Danish director Mads Matthiesen's debut feature, has been acquired for North American release by Film Movement. Matthiesen won the Directing Award at Sundance, and the film will next be seen at New Directors/New Films this weekend.

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    New Directors/New Films 2012: 10 Films Indiewire Thinks You Should See

    The 41st edition of New Directors/New Films kicks off tonight at MoMA and continues through April 1. Presented by the Film Society of Lincoln Center and MoMA, the event will offer 29 features and 12 short films from around the world -- all of which are first or second features.

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    New Directors/New Films Debuts Trailer; Fest Starts This Wednesday

    The 41st edition of New Directors/New Films kicks off this Wednesday March 21st and runs through April 1. Presented by the Film Society of Lincoln Center, the event will offer 29 features (24 narrative, five documentaries) and 12 short films from 28 countries. Check out the festival's l...

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