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    MoMA Kicks Off Film Exhibition Highlighting German New Wave

    Since the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989, an endless amount of effects and reverberations have been felt, not just in regard of political institutions but the nation's cultural identity as well.

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    Museum of Modern Art Unveils 2013 Contenders Series; David Lynch's Duran Duran Concert Film to Kickoff

    New York's Museum of Modern Art has locked down their selection of films and guest that make up this year's edition of their annual series, The Contenders. Kicking off the event is the world premiere of David Lynch's concert film "Duran Duran: Unstaged." Duran Duran will be in attendance on opening ...

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    MoMA Appoints Film Critic Dave Kehr as Adjunct Curator in Department of Film

    Longtime film journalist and critic Dave Kehr has been appointed by the Museum of Modern Art to be their Adjunct Curator in the Department of Film, it was announced today. He will work closely with Rajendra Roy, the Celeste Bartos Chief Curator of Film.

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    Watch Xavier Dolan On Stage at MoMA Discussing His New Film, His First Time In Cannes, and His Unabashed Love For 'Jumanji'

    Xavier Dolan's third feature film "Laurence Anyways" is finally making its way to U.S. theaters this weekend, but before you see it (which you most definitely should), check out these three clips of Dolan's chat with the Museum of Modern Art's Rajendra Roy and Indiewire's own Peter Knegt during MoMA...

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    Is Tilda Swinton Sleeping in a Box at MoMA Today?

    This Saturday, during the first weekend of the New Directors/New Films festival at New York's Museum of Modern Art, it was announced that indie queen Tilda Swinton would be bringing back a 1995 performance that debuted at the Serpentine Gallery in London and went on to be performed in Rome and Paris...

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    Behind Joshua Oppenheimer's Genocide Documentary 'The Act of Killing' -- Where Are the Survivors?

    When New Directors/New Films opens Wednesday night at the Museum of Modern Art in Manhattan, it will mark another ambitious survey of fresh talent and movies, beginning with the D.C.-sniper inspired “Blue Caprice” (its catalog description begins: “The ability of innocence to embrace evil is a chilli...

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    5 Films To Watch From The 2013 New Directors/New Films Series

    A joint product of the Film Society of Lincoln Center and the Museum of Modern Art for the last 42 years, New Directors/New Films showcases a wide range of first, second and in some cases third features from directors at early stages of their careers.

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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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