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    Attention, Documentary Filmmakers: 8 Tips on Pitching Your Project

    Ease the anxiety of pitching with wise words from industry professionals at DOC NYC.

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    IFC Center Preps for Comic Con With 'New York Super Week' Featuring Uncut 'Nymphomaniac'

    IFC Center's inaugural Super Week looks, well, pretty super.

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    5 Tips On Making A Short Film as Powerful as a Feature

    A recent shorts screening and panel reminded the audience of the art of short films and that, when done right, they can be just as powerfully captivating as features.

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    Stranger Than Fiction Documentary Series Fall 2014 Lineup Honors D.A. Pennebaker and Chris Hegedus

    As Stranger Than Fiction's 25th season is set to premiere, the weekly documentary film series has announced two filmmakers they will honor in an eight week-long tribute.

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    IFC Center's 35mm Series Brings Back Woody Allen, Nicholas Roeg Classics

    The "Celluloid Dreams" series gets into seasonal style with horror in October and a cool romance for November.

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    New York's IFC Center is Ignoring R-Rating for 'Boyhood'

    Richard Linklater's 12-years-in-the-making opus "Boyhood" is rated R in the states. Why? We're not so sure. It's a film that demands to be seen by the generation it depicts, meaning teenagers. New York's IFC Center feels the same way. They just announced that they will admit "high school age patrons...

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    IFC Center Takes A Look At Time in Honor of Richard Linklater's 'Boyhood'

    In honor of Richard Linklater's "Boyhood," which was filmed over a period of 12 years, IFC Center will host a series of film screenings, all of which focus on the role between people and time.

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    'Evaporating Borders' to Screen at the Human Rights Watch Film Festival June 12-22, 2014

    “Evaporating Borders: A Story in 5 Parts” directed by Iva Radivojevic, is a 73 minute film about migrants who travel from Syria to the island off the coast of Syria and Lebanon, Cyprus.

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    Watch: Victims Float Up from Their Cement Bucket Anchors in a Creepy New Clip from 'Borgman'

    This ultimate plan is sure to be a hell-raiser. As seen in the film's newly released clip,"Bucketheads," there's clearly something to be said about this film's play and treatment of genre and its oddity.

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    Human Rights Watch Festival Celebrates 25th Anniversary, Announces 2014 Line-Up Including 16 Features By Women

    25 years strong, the Human Rights Watch Festival continues this year with 16 features by women, including the Cynthia Hill, Gloria Steinem doc 'Private Violence.'

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