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    Junk Car Drive-In to Cruise into Queens on October 4

    New York City is no stranger to a summertime park screening, but a drive-in steeped in past movie-going iconography is certainly no easy find and the "Empire Drive-in" junk car installation might just be the place to find it. The Queens drive-in, featuring a 40-foot screen constructed using salvaged...

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    Watch: How to Shoot 100 Feet Off the Ground (Don't Try This at Home!)

    In the video, The New York Times videojournalist gives a glimpse of what he went through in shooting a story about a window cleaner in New York City (again, don't try this at home!).

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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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    Here's The 163 Films Selected For IFP's 2013 Project Forum at Independent Film Week

    IFP has announced its 2013 slate of 163 films in development selected for its Project Forum at Independent Film Week, which runs September 15-19 at New York's Lincoln Center.

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    Attention Video and Digital Artists: Recover Media from Old Formats for Free

    As a part of their new exhibition XFR STN (Transfer Station), the New Museum will be allowing video makers and other artists who have their work saved on outmoded digital forms to recover their work with the help of some digital restoration experts and archivists.

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    Madonna Tells a New York Crowd Why Her 'MDNA Tour' (Airing on Epix) Was the Hardest She'd Ever Done

    "That was a load off my back," said a clearly relieved Madonna to a crowd of fans, friends and celebs last night at New York's famed Paris Theatre minutes after the world premiere screening of her "MDNA Tour" (hosted by The Cinema Society and Dolce & Gabbana), set to air on Epix this Saturday. "I ca...

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    Film Society of Lincoln Center Selects Phillip Seymour Hoffman, Marisa Tomei and More for Filmmaker in Residence Advisory Board

    The Film Society of Lincoln Center and Jaeger-LeCoultre has announced the members selected for the Advisory Board for the new Filmmaker in Residence initiative. The new Advisory Board members include: Henry Bean, Brady Corbet, Charles Finch, Naomi Foner, Larry Gross, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Danny Hu...

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    Lee Daniels, Julia Stiles Help Honor Ghetto Film School Students and The Criterion Collection at 9th Annual Spring Benefit

    Last night's ninth Annual Spring Benefit for the Ghetto Film School featured plenty of celebrities, a few surprises, and six very happy high school students. Presenters Lee Daniels, Julia Stiles, and sportscaster Gus Johnson were all on hand to honor the six college-bound high school students who ea...

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    Sofia Coppola Reveals Her Summer Plans At 'The Bling Ring' NY Premiere; Cast Talks About Getting Close

    The cloudy sky and brief burst of rain couldn't dispel the optimism of the largely unknown "The Bling Ring" cast (save for Emma Watson) as they unveiled Sofia Coppola's latest at the Paris Theater on Tuesday evening with an intimate event hosted by Louis Vuitton and Vanity Fair. Nor could it allevia...

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    Watch: The Video Mayor Bloomberg Needs to Respond To (Video)

    Last month, The Nation uploaded a video to YouTube made by filmmaker Ross Tuttle, that explored New York City Police Department's controversial stop and frisk policy.  A few weeks later, the video has over 750,000 views.  The stop and frisk policy allows police officers to more easily ...

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