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    Why Chuck Jones Was More Than Just a Great Animator

    "What's Up Doc? The Animation Art of Chuck Jones" reveals the animator's creative process.

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    The 7 Most Wonderful Things Chaz Ebert Said About Roger Ebert at a 'Life Itself' Screening

    New York's Museum of the Moving Image held a screening of "Life Itself," the documentary focusing on late film critic Roger Ebert, followed by a chat with his wife Chaz Ebert, film critic Scott Foundas and filmmaker Ramin Bahrani.

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    'Sopranos' Creator David Chase Discusses the Unknown Facts of the Show and Its Infamously Ambiguous Finale

    There isn't a "Sopranos" fan alive who wouldn't kill to know how the series actually ended. With a cut to black that caused half the show's viewers to assume they'd experienced a power outage, the final episode gave us what is arguably the most notoriously ambiguous ending of any television program ...

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    Museum of Moving Image to Hold First U.S. Kenji Mizoguchi Retrospective in Twenty Years

    Classics such as "Sansho the Bailiff," "Ugetsu" and "The Life of Oharu" will play alongside rare early films.

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    Tired Of Toothless American Comedies? Here Are Some Alternatives From Europe

    One must look far beyond Hollywood product for comedies that surprise.

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    Reverse Shot and Museum of the Moving Image Expand Partnership

    Reverse Shot, a quarterly, independently published film journal, has now taken its collaboration with the Museum of the Moving Image one step further. As of this coming April, the two organizations will create a partnerships that officially turns Reverse Shot into a publication of the Museum.

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    Museum of Moving Image Will Host a Joe Swanberg Weekend

    The incredibly prolific Joe Swanberg, whose most recent film "Happy Christmas" recently premiered at Sundance, will be the subject of weekend retrospective at the Museum of Moving Image in Queens, New York. The filmmaker will be present at all of the screenings.

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    Review: Alexandre Rockwell’s 'Little Feet' Is the First Great Movie of 2014

    Barely an hour long and blatantly made on the cheap, Alexandre Rockwell's "Little Feet" conveys greater emotion and poignancy than most movies released last year; it's also a terrific start to this one.

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    Exclusive: Museum of the Moving Image Locks Down Lineup for 3rd First Look Showcase

    Indiewire has an exclusive first look at...First Look, the Museum of the Moving Image's annual showcase for inventive new international cinema that runs on weekends from Jan. 10-19. This year's program is comprised of 16 films from 10 countries.

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    Indie Games Are More Popular Than Ever, And This New Exhibit Tells You Why

    A new exhibit at the Museum of the Moving Image paints a vivid picture of the landscape for video games.

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