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    Futures: Sara St. Onge Opens MoMA's Canadian Front With Charming Debut 'Molly Maxwell'

    Why She's On Our Radar: Sara St. Onge's feature film debut "Molly Maxwell" will open the Museum of Modern Art's 2013 Canadian Front series tonight in New York. After making a series of endearing short films -- "The Funeral," “Turkey” and “Lobotomobile" -- that screened at Sundance and Toronto (to na...

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    'Blue Caprice,' 'Upstream Color' Among Highlights of 2013 New Directors/New Films

    The Museum of Modern Art and the Film Society of Lincoln Center's yearly showcase for up and coming filmmakers, New Directors/New Films, has announced the full lineup for 2013's installment, which runs from March 20-31.

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    MoMA's Documentary Fortnight to Open with 'Pablo's Winter' and 'Sofia's Last Ambulance'

    The Museum of Modern Art has announced its 12th annual Documentary Fortnight festival, a two-week showcase of nonfiction film and media that kicks off on February 15. This year's festival will open with Chico Pereira's "Pablo's Winter," winner of the Competition for Student Doc...

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    Academy and MoMA Present Annual 'Oscar's Docs' Series, Features 50 Years of Oscar-Winning Feature and Short Documentaries

    The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is again teaming with MoMA to present "Oscar's Docs, 1955-2002: American Stories" from February 2-14 in New York City. This annual collaboration highlights the Oscar-winning feature and short documentaries that explore culture and politic...

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    Critic's Notebook: Why We Still Love Pasolini

    For Pier Paolo Pasolini, cinema represented a sort of aggregator, gathering together his passions and insecurities alike. In his relatively short life -- he died under mysterious circumstances in 1975 at the age of 53 -- he had been a poet, filmmaker, journalist, playwright, social commentator, film...

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    MoMA To Screen Gotham Awards' 5 Nominees for Best Film Not Playing at a Theater Near You

    MoMA's Department of Film, in collaboration with Independent Film Project and Filmmaker Magazine, will screen the five nominees competing for the Gotham Awards' Best Film Not Playing at a Theater Near You title. This year's screenings, running November 16-19, include...

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    Rossellini's Restored & Uncut 'Generale della Rovere' to Screen at MoMA's Int'l Festival of Film Preservation; Last Screened in 1959

    MoMA's 10th annual International Festival of Film Preservation will unveil the restored version of Roberto Rossellini's "Il Generale della Rovere," presented for the first time since the film's premiere in 1959 at the Venice Film Festival, where it won the Golden Lion in its original uncut glory. Ta...

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    Led Zeppelin Reunite to Discuss Their New Concert Doc 'Celebration Day,' and Dispel Reunion Tour Rumors

    The latest Led Zeppelin concert documentary, "Celebration Day," was screened at the Museum of Modern Art on October 8, followed by a press conference with Jimmy Page, Robert Plant, John Paul Jones, and Jason Bonham. The film documents the band's 2007 reunion at the O2 Arena in London, ...

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    Movie Lovers We Love: 5 Reasons Departing MoMA Curator Laurence Kardish Matters For Film Culture

    Last week, the Museum of Modern Art announced that its longtime Senior Curator, Laurence Kardish, would retire from his position in October. More than shouldering responsibility for MoMA's continuing reputation as one of New York's preeminent destinations for first-rate cinema both new and o...

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    MoMA's Documentary Fortnight to Open with 'United in Anger" and 'The Tiniest Places'

    The Museum of Modern Art has announced its 11th annual Documentary Fortnight festival will be opening on February 16th with film archivist Jim Hubbard's "United in Anger: A History of ACT UP" and Tatiana Huezo Sanchez's "The Tiniest Place." Hubbard and Sanchez will ...

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