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    Cannes 2014 What I Saw #7: Brooklyn

    Written about here before Cannes, Brooklyn which screened in ACID, the newest sidebar to the Cannes Film Festival was the first feature by French filmmaker Pascal Tessaud. His films are part of France’s “New Vibe” film movement, films made by those filmmakers living in the “banlieux” or suburbs, tha...

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    First Look: Saoirse Ronan In 'Brooklyn' & Nicole Kidman In 'Strangerland'

    The Cannes Film Festival isn't just about the movies that will walk red carpet, it's also about the huge marketplace where movies recently wrapped or about to shoot come to raise money and strike deals. That means showing off a little tease of what's coming, and that's the case with a couple of firs...

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    ACID’s Brooklyn in Cannes

    "Brooklyn" is one of a small selection of films which have been chosen for ACID, the newest sidebar to the Cannes Film Festival. Part of the "New Vibe" Film Movement of films made by the disenfranchised filmmakers from the outskirts of Paris, Pascal Tessaud won COLCOA's Award for Best Short with hi...

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    10 Things We Learned About David Lynch at His BAM Talk

    David Lynch made a rare public appearance last night at the Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) for an hour and a half discussion with New York Public Library's director of public programs Paul Holdengräber.

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    Why Are So Many Indie Movies Set In Brooklyn?

    Once was a time when Brooklyn was a bit exotic. When iconic sites (Coney Island, Red Hook, Brighton Beach) showed up in movies, they usually symbolized the borough's ethnic vigor and a kind of throwback authenticity signifying the “real” New York, as opposed to the churning glass-and-steel Moloch of...

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