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    Martin Scorsese and More to Honor Rob Reiner at Film Society of Lincoln Center's Upcoming Gala

    The Film Society of Lincoln Center has unveiled its initial list of presenters set for the upcoming 41st Chaplin Award Gala honoring Rob Reiner, on April 28.

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    Catherine Deneuve and Many More in Rich, New "Rendez-Vous with French Cinema"

    On My Way, starring Catherine Deneuve as a divorced woman who runs away from home, has a playful, charming surface and emotional depth that sneaks up on you – which makes it the ideal choice to open "Rendez-Vous with French Cinema," the Film Society of Lincoln Center and UniFrance's annual program o...

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    Watch: Take A 3-Minute Journey With Martin Scorsese Through The Masterpieces Of Polish Cinema

    While the movie world is filled with great ranconteurs, and filmmakers with a rich knowledge of cinema history (even the unlikely John Landis, as you can find out right here), there are few who come with the breadth, depth and passion for film as Martin Scorsese. And even if you had no interest in P...

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    Exclusive: Milestone Films and The Film Foundation Launch North American Tour of 'Martin Scorsese Presents: Masterpieces of Polish Cinema'

    Milestone Films and The Film Foundation Launch North American Tour of 'Martin Scorsese Presents: Masterpieces of Polish Cinema.'

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    New Romanian Cinema Review: Slim, Sly & Funny '12:08 East Of Bucharest'

    A history teacher, a widower and TV host walk into a television studio...it sounds like the setup to a punchline, and in many ways, it is. That's more or less the basic premise of Corneliu Porumboiu's breakout 2006 film, "12:08 East Of Bucharest." The Camera d'Or and Label Europa Cinemas winner at C...

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    Film Society of Lincoln Center to Honor Ben Stiller With Career Retrospective; Stiller to Appear In-Person

    With Ben Stiller's "The Secret Life of Walter Mitty" set to open wide this Christmas day, New York's Film Society of Lincoln Center has announced plans to host "Ben Stiller Directs," a career retrospective on the actor-filmmaker, set to run from December 6 to 8. "Walter Mitty" had its world premiere...

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    Film Society of Lincoln Center Announces Full Lineup for Jean-Luc Godard Retrospective

    After announcing the retrospective a week and a half ago, the Film Society of Lincoln Center has just gone on to unveil the full lineup of works, offering an astonishingly comprehensive collection of the French auteur's five-decade career, which began in 1960 with a little film called "Breathless," ...

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    Sound & Vision Reviews: 'Muscle Shoals,' 'Low Movie (How To Quit Smoking)' & Bill Callahan Doc 'Apocalypse'

    Can music reflect landscape? Can a spiritual terrain seep into the soul of a people through music? These are some of the questions asked in the documentary, "Muscle Shoals," a must-see documentary for any rock n' roll history connoisseur. There's not just something in the water in Muscle Shoals, Ala...

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    Review: 'The Nine Muses of Star Empire' Documents the Dark Side of K-Pop

    The tidal wave that is K-Pop (Korean pop music) has only just begun to crest the shores of the United States, heralded by the juggernaut of quirky rapper Psy's "Gangnam Style." However, widespread mainstream awareness in the U.S. has yet to come for many of the K-pop girl and boy bands (Super Junior...

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    'The Canyons' Director Paul Schrader Calls Out SXSW Film Festival, Defends Lindsay Lohan at Film Society World Premiere

    Paul Schrader and Bret Easton Ellis' Hollywood satire "The Canyons" has been marred with bad buzz ever since Stephen Rodrick's damning (and fantastically entertaining) New York Times Magazine feature ran in January, exposing a production fraught with trouble from the get-go. Not helping matters was ...

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