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    Exclusive: New York City's First Indie Cinema in 10 Years is Officially Opening This February

    New York City cinephiles, get ready for Metrograph.

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    New York City Opens First Public Graduate Film School

    Located at Steiner Studios at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, The Barry R. Feirstein Graduate School of Cinema is the only school in the nation housed on a working film lot.

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    New York City is Getting Its First Independent Cinema Theater in 10 Years

    Indie movie lovers, rejoice!

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    Attention New Yorkers: Here's Your Chance to Film Your City

    "Your Day. Your City. Your Future." is a 24-hour, city-wide film collaboration project that is inviting both professional and amateur filmmakers to document their Big Apple lives.

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    Only in New York: Theater Offers Free Admission for Babies to Lars von Trier's 'Nymphomaniac'

    Wanting to expose your child to a Lars von Trier joint? New York's indie theater Sunshine Cinema has you covered. The best part? Your kid gets in for free.

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    Watch: 'Scorsese's New York," A Three-Minute Visual Love Letter

    Martin Scorsese has spent decades chronicling the character development of New York City. Check out this cool video of Scorsese's New York.

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    Kino Lorber Acquires Jyllian Gunther's 'The New Public'

    Kino Lorber has acquired all U.S. and Canadian rights to "The New Public," Jyllian Gunther's documentary about the challenges teachers face. The film, which premiered at the Hamptons Film Festival in 2012, was recently featured in an Op-Ed article in "The New York Times."

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    Steve McQueen to His '12 Years' Critics Who Find It Too Beautiful: 'I'm not making a horror film'

    Since world premiering a the Telluride Film Festival, Steve McQueen's "12 Years a Slave" has gone on to draw rapturous praises from audiences and critics, with the majority of pundits agreeing it's the one to beat come Oscar time. Still, as with any film, there are dissenters, and in the case of "12...

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    Que(e)ries: Talking To The Organizers Of MIX NYC, The Queer Film Festival That Does It Like Nobody Else

    MIX NYC is unique not only in that it focuses on experimental film, but also by presenting small and large-scale installations (this year around 18 pieces, occupying about 12,000 square feet!) and all of it in a completely designed, immersive environment where people come to hang out as well as go s...

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