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    'Without Shepherds,' 'Somewhere Slow,' 'Furever,' 'Cut to Black,'and 'Sleeping With the Fishes' Win Big at the 2013 Brooklyn Film Festival

    The 2013 Brooklyn Film Festival (BFF), themed MAGNETIC, wrapped on Sunday and the winners have been announced. The awards were spread across a wide pool of winners, but Cary McClelland was a big winner, taking home both the Grand Chameleon Award and Best Documentary for "Without Shepherds." Jeremy O...

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    Brooklyn Film Festival Reveals Full Lineup; To Open With 'HairBrained' Starring Parker Posey

    The Brooklyn Film Festival (BFF) announced their lineup and their opening feature, "HairBrained," starring Brendan Fraser and Parker Posey. This year's festival runs May 31 - June 9 and takes place in Williamsburg with screenings held at indieScreen and Windmill Studios.

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    'Old Dog' Director Pema Tseden Talks Tibet, Miraculous Surprises On Set & His Next Film

    Pema Tseden is a name you're going to be much more familiar with in the coming years. With his strong sense of visual composition and a dedication to presenting the real Tibet, it's only a matter of time before Cannes starts lapping his films up.

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    Brooklyn Film Festival Review: 'Old Dog' A Bold, Uncompromising Tibetan Tale

    And so the Tibetan new-wave cometh. Though merely a tiny ripple for now (consisting of about two filmmakers), the homelanders are showing a different side of their environment, one overlooked by features such as “Seven Years in Tibet” or the blockbusters currently burning the region’s box office. Pe...

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    Brooklyn Film Festival: Short Film Block Reveals Some Promising New Talent

    Despite the insistence of a Brooklynite to quack in between films, the short showcase put on by the Brooklyn Film Festival was an invigorating experience; a presentation of some truly talented individuals who will likely impress many when their features eventually unfurl.

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    Brooklyn Film Festival Review: '[s]comparse' Is An Interesting If Unadventurous Documentary

    There's a small Italian island in between Sicily and Africa that, for years, has served as a stepping stone for African immigrants looking for a brighter future. Recently, a large film production took to this haven in order to tell a fictional account of these people -- though, as it turns out, the ...

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