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    Movie Lovers We Love: Kristin Pepe Helps Save Queer History with the Legacy Project

    When Hitler took over Germany in the 1930's, not only was Jewish culture virtually obliterated, so too was the country's robust homosexual and transgender literature and culture. The Nazis famously destroyed the extensive archive of the sexologist Mangus Hirschfeld. As part of that purge, all copies...

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    Movie Lovers We Love: Karen Falk Is Releasing Jim Henson's Private Diary

    Twenty years ago, Karen Falk was looking through a publication for museum professionals and saw a job listing for an archivist at The Jim Henson Company. At the time, she was working with museum clients at Christie's, but she was ready for a change of pace.

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    Movie Lovers We Love: From Sirk to Zeitlin, Robin Holland Trains Her Camera on the Greatest Film Directors

    When Indiewire edited the print magazine IFC Rant (yes, that really happened!), the publication ran images of Halle Berry, Michelle Rodriguez and Jennifer Jason Leigh shot by Robin Holland. But photographing starlets is not what brought Holland to the film world. Since she first shot Douglas Sirk se...

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    Movie Lovers We Love: An Awesome Blog that Goes Back to the Spot where Famous Scenes were Shot

    While Christopher Moloney was walking around Central Park, headed to his job at CNN near Columbus Circle, he looked down the street and realized that he worked around the corner from one of the most iconic scenes in one of his favorite films, "Ghostbusters," in which the Stay Puft Marshmal...

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    Movie Lovers We Love: From Convergence Culture to Spreadable Media, USC Prof Henry Jenkins is Your Aca/Fan

    For over twenty years, Henry Jenkins has been interested in looking at the ways that audiences interact with the mass media ojbects they love.  Previously at the MIT Comparative Media Studies Department, Jenkins even came up with a name for people like him in academia: aca/fans (academic fans)....

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    Movie Lovers We Love: Interiors Journal Draws Up the Blueprints of 'Panic Room,' 'Dark Knight'

    The two men behind the new online journal Interiors are plotting out their film geekdom in the form of architectural floorplans of some of their favorite films.

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    Movie Lovers We Love: Adam Schartoff & Filmwax Are Helping Brooklyn Become a Great Destination for Indie Films

    It's no secret that Brooklyn is becoming a formidable home for independent cinema. The borough of Brooklyn, which has so many people that it would be the fourth largest city in the country if it was an independent city, is fast becoming an important player in independent film exhibition. In th...

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    Movie Lovers We Love: Cristina Cacioppo Is Not Afraid to Put 'Pootie Tang' Back on the Big Screen

    Cristina Cacioppo was hired by the 92Y Tribeca to help head up their film programming when it opened as a downtown venue for the arts organization 92Y a few years ago, and once she was hired, she noticed a hole in New York repertory film programming right away.  "Los Angeles had Cinefamily...

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    Movie Lovers We Love: Jon Dieringer Runs New York's Screen Slate, a Daily Email Full of Unique Screening Experiences

    As the man behind the repertory cinema guide email and website Screen Slate, Jon Dieringer is a true cinephile's cinephile.  His daily guide focuses on film and video screenings, gallery installations, and other events from a wide variety of venues across New York City.

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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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