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    James Franco Gets His Own Film Festival at New York's IFC Center

    New York's IFC Center will host FrancoFest, a retrospective celebrating the work of James Franco, with Franco appearing at several screenings.

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    Stranger Than Fiction Documentary Series Announces Winter 2014 Lineup

    NYC's Stranger Than Fiction documentary series has announced their winter 2014 lineup, with a thematic focus of music documentaries. The season begins January 28 with a sneak preview of "Finding the Funk", Nelson George's film about the past, present, and future of funk.

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    'EXPOSED' by Beth B at MoMA and IFC Center

    After six years of hard work, Beth B and co-producer Sandra Schulberg are finally releasing their feature film, EXPOSED,which is currently showing at the Institute of Contemporary Art, London, and will be showing at the Museum of Modern Art on March 3rd, and will have a theatrical run at the IFC C...

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    Review: 'White Reindeer' Is a Sad, Subversive Christmas Tale, But Not Devoid of Warmth

    Zach Clark delivers a solemn twist on the holiday movie formula that simultaneously inhabits the genre and turns it inside out.

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    Review: Frederick Wiseman's Sprawling 'At Berkeley' Is Educational, But Whose Side Is He On?

    Frederick Wiseman has looked at institutions for decades – high school, the welfare department, public housing in New York, the US administration of the Panama Canal Zone. Now he's given us "At Berkeley," a look at the University of California at Berkeley.

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    Parents Television Council Threatens to Make IFC Center's Decision to Allow Teens Into NC-17 Rated 'Blue' a 'National Issue'

    It was only a matter of time before the Parents Television Council, a non-partisan educational organization that advocates for "responsible entertainment," addressed New York's IFC Center's decision to admit teens to the NC-17 rated Palme d'Or winner "Blue is the Warmest Color."

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    IFC Center Will Admit High Schoolers to NC-17 Rated 'Blue is the Warmest Color'

    Abdellatif Kechiche's racy Palme d'Or winner "Blue is the Warmest Color" is, unsurprisingly, rated NC-17 for its frank (and lengthy) depictions of lesbian sex between a teenager (Adèle Exarchopoulos) and her older lover (Lea Seydoux), but that won't stop New York's IFC Center from admitting teenager...

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    New York's IFC Center Mounting Complete Kubrick Retrospective

    New York's IFC Center Mounting Complete Kubrick Retrospective

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    Shut Up And Keep Playing The Hits: LCD Soundsystem Doc Extends Run

    Yesterday we posted a piece on where to see LCD Soundsytem's Sundance Film Festival doc, "Shut Up and Play the Hits!' for an exclusive "one-night only" event screening across 163 theaters in North America. Today, Oscilloscope announced that the IFC Center (NYC) has just added ...

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