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    Film Society of Lincoln Center Promotes Eugene Hernandez As Deputy Director, Lesli Klainberg As Executive Director

    Lesli Klainberg has officially been appointed as Executive Director of the Film Society, it was announced today. Additionally, the Film Society announced that Indiewire co-founder Eugene Hernandez will join Klainberg as Deputy Director, a new position. The Film Society also promoted Michael Gibbons ...

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    Penn & Teller Conjure 'Tim's Vermeer'

    Did Vermeer paint by numbers? Tim Jenison, a software innovator with lots of time, imagination and money to throw around, has an idea that comes close to that. In Tim's Vermeer, the delightful new documentary narrated by Penn and directed by Teller, we watch as Jenison tries out his theory.

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    Exclusive: Steve Coogan is 'Alan Partridge' in Poster for British Comedy

    The chronicles of Alan Partridge, the local radio DJ and one-time talk show host, are culminating on the big screen. After over 20 years parading through BBC Radio 4's "On the Hour," the "I'm Alan Partridge" show, and numerous spoof interviews, Steve Coogan's popular character has landed in a featur...

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    Noah Cowan Is Leaving Toronto's Bell Lightbox for Stateside Job (UPDATED)

    With two plum film society berths in flux over the past few months, speculation has surrounded Noah Cowan, who once had Cameron Bailey's programming gig at the Toronto International Film Festival and now is the artistic director TIFF Bell Lightbox.

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    'Her' Review: Spike Jonze Returns with a Vengeance with Tech Romance (Q & A)

    Some of the best movies come from filmmakers on the rebound from a flop. After years of struggling to finish his labor of love, the idiosyncratic Maurice Sendak adaptation "Where the Wild Things Are," Spike Jonze has returned with a vengeance, for the first time writing as well as directing the stor...

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    Why the San Francisco and New York Film Societies Seek New Leaders

    Two of the country's top Film Societies with major festivals in San Francisco and New York need leaders who can help them find solid creative and financial footing.

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    'The Last of the Unjust' and 'The Missing Picture' Reconstruct Genocide's History

    A victim of the Khmer Rouge and a Holocaust historian bring the past into the present.

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    Is Portuguese Cinema in Danger?

    With Portuguese films circulating in the world's greatest festivals, Vanessa Erazo wonders if it's the nation's cinema is in danger, or the nation itself.

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    Claire Denis on 'Bastards'

    The veteran French auteur talks about her vengeance-driven new film, in which actions speak louder than words.

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    Film Society of Lincoln Center - 2013 NYFF Critics Academy

    During the past New York Film Festival the The Film Society of Lincoln Center and Indiewire, in partnership with Film Comment Magazine held their annual NYFF Critics Academy, a workshop dedicated to nurture the talent of aspiring film critics and journalist as they cover the varied screenings and e...

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