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    New York Film Festival to Include Two New Programs: Transmedia Weekend and Midnight Movies Section

    The Film Society of Lincoln Center has announced that the 50th anniversary of its New York Film Festival will include two new programs: NYFF Convergence, a premier showcase and conference for transmedia projects, and a Midnight Movies section for horror, thriller and suspense films.

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    Nicole Kidman and Richard Peña to Receive First-Ever NYFF Gala Tributes

    The Film Society of Lincoln Center has announced that its inaugural New York Film Festival Gala Tributes will honor Nicole Kidman and departing programming chief Richard Peña. It also announced that Kidman's latest film, Lee Daniel's "The Paperboy," is a part of this year's NYFF main slate.

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    A New Opportunity For College-Age Film Critics: Indiewire, the Film Society of Lincoln Center and Film Comment to Host Workshop For Budding NYC Critics During NYFF

    Earlier this month, Indiewire joined forces with the Locarno Film Festival, and the Film Society of Lincoln Center to host a workshop in Switzerland for aspiring film critics. We don't want to sound too self-congratulatory, because the participants were as much a part of the experience as the pe...

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    Film Society of Lincoln Center and Dubai International Film Festival Team to Highlight Arab Filmmaking

    Film Society of Lincoln Center is partnering with the Dubai International Film Festival to create the DIFF Focus program that will concentrate on Arab filmmakers. It'scomprised of 10 features, short-film selections, Q&As and panels and will run August 24-30.

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    Human Rights Watch Film Festival Announces Lineup; 'War Witch' and 'Ai Weiwei' Included

    The New York-based 23rd Human Rights Watch Film Festival (a co-presentation of Human Rights Watch and the Film Society of Lincoln Center) has locked down its full lineup of 16 documentary and fiction films from 12 counrtries, 14 of which will be making their New York premieres at the Lincoln Center&...

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    Attention College-Age Film Critics: Indiewire, Locarno Film Festival and Film Society of Lincoln Center Could Send You to Switzerland

    This summer, Indiewire is partnering with the Festival del Film Locarno -- aka the Locarno Film Festival -- along with the Swiss Association of Film Journalists and the Film Society of Lincoln Center to run a workshop for aspiring film critics.

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    Film Society Partners with StoryCode and Kill Screen for Convergence Program; Will Launch First "Story Hackathon"

    The Film Society of Lincoln Center has announced a collaboration with StoryCode and Kill Screen Magazine in an effort to increase its transmedia programming.

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    The 5 Best Things Said About Catherine Deneuve at the 39th Chaplin Gala

    Before Monday's 39th annual Chaplin Award Gala hosted by the Film Society of Lincoln Center got underway, rumors were swirling over pre-cocktail hour that the French icon and honoree Catherine Deneuve didn't want to sit through an endless stream of talky tributes. If so, the lady sure got her wish.

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    France Gets Its Politics On: 6 Must-See Titles from the Rendez-vous with French Cinema series

    In an election year, the 2012 Rendez-vous with French Cinema is largely about politics past and present. “Farewell my Queen” offers a “downstairs” view of the French Revolution through the eyes of a servant at Versailles, while “Free Men” reveals how the Muslim community in Paris worked with the Res...

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    If You Want to See James Franco's "My Own Private River," You'll Need to Hassle New Line Cinema

    James Franco says he's been obsessed with “My Own Private Idaho” since he was a teenager, which led to “My Own Private River,” a remix of Gus Van Sant’s “My Own Private Idaho" that puts a greater emphasis on River Phoenix’s performance and inserts a...

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