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    Reverse Shot Presents: See It Big!

    We're hugely excited to announce Reverse Shot's upcoming film series, See It Big, a collaboration with New York's Museum of the Moving Image. We couldn't be more thrilled—not only is this one of the city's finest cultural institutions, it's also got a gorgeous new 267-seat theater, built as part of ...

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    Cinema Scope Online

    In case you haven't moseyed on over there yet, we wanted to remind you that the venerable Toronto publication Cinema Scope is now updating weekly online—a boon for cinephiles and lovers of good writing. Two of CS's most crucial contributors, Andrew Tracy (also the magazine's managing editor) and Adam Nayman, are also longtime Reverse Shot staff writers, so if you like reading things around these parts, odds are you'll want to bookmark CS, known for its rigorous, idiosyncratic taste (we don't get your Tony Scott love, but you love you for sticking to your guns!), and its Canadian cold comfort. Recent terrific postings include Nayman's apprecia...

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    Museum of the Moving Image Is Open for Business

    So get down to business.

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    Reverse Shot's Best of 2010

    Any critic who could, with a straight face, populate a ten-best list either primarily or exclusively with American films released in one of the worst years in recent memory for homegrown filmmaking at all levels either wasn’t watching enough movies or watching movies well enough. Yet if the various polls and top ten lists that spring up like mushrooms around this time of year (feel free to stomp on ours, if you wish) are to be believed, then only a handful of films—mostly American—mattered in 2010. The Social Network, of course, but also Winter’s Bone, The Kids Are All Right, Toy Story 3, Black Swan, 127 Hours, The King’s Speech, Inside Job ....

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    Gerrymandering!

    Gerrymandering, the debut film by Reverse Shot co-founder and co-editor Jeff Reichert, opens in select theaters today. Even in our dimmest moments, we Reverse Shotters can spot a conflict of interest this huge a mile away, so no, you won't read any reviews on the main site (Jeff doesn't even know I'...

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    Eat This Film #3 - The Tree of Wooden Clogs

    The next screening in the summer series "Eat This Film!," presented by Reverse Shot and New York food magazine Edible Manhattan, takes place this Wednesday, August 11, at 92YTribeca. For this installment of "Eat This Film!," which looks at our relationship to food via the moving image with a unique...

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    Eat This Film #2: Cooking History

    Reverse Shot and New York food magazine Edible Manhattan's monthly summer screening series at 92YTribeca, "Eat This Film!," continues this Wednesday July 14 with a screening of Péter Kerekes’s fascinating and funny documentary Cooking History. This series will highlight a unique selection of timely and timeless international features and documentaries that look at our relationship to food via the moving image. Each screening will be followed by in-depth discussions and Q&As with notable guest speakers. Last month's sold out screening was of Fast Food Nation, featuring Oscar-nominated director Richard Linklater (Before Sunset, School of Rock) ...

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    Big Plans: Museum of the Moving Image

    Here's something to put in the "we're excited" file: The Museum of the Moving Image in Queens officially announced today the opening of its long-in-gestation transformation into a redesigned, expanded hot spot for New York cinema-lovers. Isn't it about time we had something like this? According to the press release, the $67 million state-of-the-art new building, designed by architect Thomas Leeser, will be unveiled on January 15, 2011. Okay, so that gives us a lot of time to prepare, but we'll need it for all the goodies they've got planned, which includes "Recovered Treasures," six weeks of newly restored classics and contemporary films from...

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    Eat This Film!

    Foodies and cinephiles alike take note: online film journal Reverse Shot and New York food magazine Edible Manhattan present "Eat This Film!," a monthly summer screening series at 92YTribeca, running from June 9 through September 15, that looks at our relationship to food via the moving image. This series will highlight a unique selection of timely and timeless international features and documentaries. Each screening will be followed by in-depth discussions and Q&As with notable guest speakers, including director Richard Linklater (Before Sunset) and best-selling author Eric Schlosser (Fast Food Nation, Reefer Madness), James Beard Award essa...

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    Gerrymandering: Tribeca Film Festival Premiere Tonight!

    Gerrymandering, the documentary feature by Reverse Shot's fearless co-editor and co-founder Jeff Reichert, is making its world premiere tonight at the Tribeca Film Festival. While we had drawn a line in the sand (so to speak) all these years of its production and editing about promoting the film on the site, some of us are just so proud of our friend and partner that we couldn't keep our big mouths shut anymore. The film, an exposé about the entrenched political redistricting that disenfranchises American voters and subtly, almost invisibly upends the democratic process, shows tonight, April 27, at Manhattan's City Cinemas Village East Cinema...

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