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"Pooling" to play Lincoln Center with Dance On Camera Film Festival!

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"Pooling", written/helmed by Dawn Westlake, and produced under her Ron de Cana Prods, Inc. shingle, will have its NYC premiere with Dance On Camera Film Festival in their 47th annual event at Lincoln Center on July 15th at 6pm. "Pooling" features the choreography and dancing of Marc Carrizo Vilarroig of world-renowned Barcelona-based troupe Brodas Bros. He dances to a score composed at his direction by Joan Armand Forero of Praxiz. The film was shot and edited by Pol Carrizo ...

20th New York Jewish Film Festival Opening Night Premiere of MAHLER ON THE COUCH Photos & Video Coverage

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By Maria Esteves – January 24, 2011 The 20th New York Jewish Film Festival 2011 (NYJFF2011), Opening Night New York Premiere of MAHLER ON THE COUCH, directed by Percy Adlon and Felix Adlon was held at the Walter Reade Theater, Wednesday, January 12, 6:00 PM. A special Q&A session immediately followed with director Percy Adlon moderated by associate curator director, Aviva Weintraub, New York Jewish Film Festival. Percy Adlon introduce NYJFF 2011 Opening Night New York Premiere of ...

39th Annual 2011 Dance on Camera Festival Lineup

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By Maria Esteves – January 8, 2011 The 39th Annual 2011 Dance on Camera Festival (DCF2011) in New York will commence January 25-February 1, 2011, at the Baryshnikov Arts Center, Beacon High School, Judson Memorial Church, and the Walter Reade Theater. The international touring festival presented by Dance Films Association and The Film Society of Lincoln Center, annually showcase outstanding dance films that preserve and support dancers adaptation of their choreography by emerging and e...

46th New York Film Festival Opens Friday, September 26, 2008

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By Maria Esteves - August 14, 2008  The  46th New York Film Festival (NYFF) will be held at the Walter Reade Theater, Friday, September 26 - Sunday, October 12, 2008. The festival presented by the Film Society of Lincoln Center, annually showcases the best in American and International cinema. This year's Opening Night, Centerpiece, and Closing Night Premiere films are THE CLASS (Entre les murs), directed by Laurent Cantet, The Ziegfeld Theater/Avery Fisher Hall, Friday, September 26; CHA...

Kino Classics: The Best Of World Cinema

Friday, June 29--------The general public perhaps doesn't realize that the first step for any film to have a chance at a theatrical career is the commitment of the film distributor to take the financial risk to bring the film to a wider public. When the films in question are artistic expressions by some of cinema's most lauded auteurs, that risk is not necessarily any smaller, but the rewards certainly are larger. That about sums up the commitment to excellence that New York-based arthou...

Human Rights Watch Film Festival Starts This Weekend

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Wednesday, June 13--------With the US at war in Iraq and Afghanistan, the crumbling situation in the Middle East and our own citizens rights under fire in the homeland, the films of this year's Human Rights Watch International Film Festival are simply required viewing for informed New Yorkers. The humanitarian group Human Rights Watch and the Film Society of Lincoln Center will celebrate the courage, resourcefulness and advocacy of the many filmmakers who tackle the world’s most pressing...

Memorial Day Weekend At Lincoln Center

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Wednesday, May 23-----While some may decide to spend the Memorial Day Weekend holiday (the official start of summer) at the beach or at an outdoor barbeque, some New Yorkers with four days of time on their hands may deign to revisit two film masters at Lincoln Center. John Schlesinger, the prolific director whose oeuvre spans hls roots in the New English Cinema of the 1960s to major Hollywood films of the 1970s, and Stanley Kubrick, a film genius for the ages, are both represented as some of the...

Alan Berliner Is Up All Night

Friday, May 18-------Like most New Yorkers, Alan Berliner cannot quite get to sleep. The veteran documentarian uses this as his touchstone to explore his own insomnia and the effect it has on his family, in WIDE AWAKE, which will screen twice tomorrow at the Walter Reade Theater at Lincoln Center. The director, undoubtedly with bags under his eyes, will introduce the film at the 6:00pm screening. For the night owl crowd, there will be a second screening at 11:00pm. Following both screenings, Be...

Film Comment Selects At The Walter Reade Theater

Tuesday, February 6-----Film Comment, the print magaziine of the Film Society of Lincoln Center is presenting its 8th Annual Film Comment Selects series from February 14 to 27 at the Walter Reade Theater, the Film Society's year-round cinematheque. The series has earned a reputation for offering one of the most adventurous single showcases for international filmmaking, covering numerous genres and styles. With films selected from the international festival circuit by Film Comment’s distinguis...

A Dialogue With An Oscar Frontrunner

Wednesday, January 17-----After winning a Golden Globe on Monday night, it seems that the actor Forest Whitaker is unstoppable as he moves towards Oscar glory next month for his tour-de-force performance as Ugandan strongman Idi Amin in THE LAST KING OF SCOTLAND. New York audiences are therefore in for a treat when the Film Society of Lincoln Center presents A WEEKEND WITH FOREST WHITAKER, a celebration of the man and his talent. Starting on Friday, January 19th and continuing on Saturday, J...

An Embrace Between Dance and Film

Thursday, January 4-----Annie Leibovitz, the superstar photographer, has famously said that dance is the one medium that is almost impossible to correctly capture via the still photograph. Because of its key element, movement in space, it is much better suited for the moving picture format. That speaks directly to lovers of dance and dance on film who should revel in the Dance on Camera Festival, which premieres this week at New York’s Walter Reade Theater. Screenings continue this week thro...

VIVA PEDRO: An Almodóvar Sampler

Tuesday, December 26----Following the international success of Pedro Almodovar’s acclaimed femme fest VOLVER, arthouse distributor Sony Pictures Classics is presenting a national tour of eight Almodovar classics in spanking new 35mm prints. New Yorkers can sample the series when it unspools at the Walter Reade Theater starting tomorrow through January 3. VIVA PEDRO, presented by the Film Society of Lincoln Center, is a wonderful way to see out the old year, or ring in the new one. And with ...

(Strong) Accent On Spanish Cinema

Viggo Mortenson in ALAISTRE Thursday, December 7-----The high profile being brought to contemporary Spanish cinema by the international successes of Pedro Almodóvar’s VOLVER and Guillermo del Toro’s PAN’S LABYRINTH (both screened to audience acclaim at the 2006 New York Film Festival) has only stimulated the interest of international filmgoers to explore deeper into the prolific Spanish cinema scene. Giving New Yorkers a sampling of the blazing talents currently at work in Spain is the ...

Remembering Robert Altman At The Walter Reade Theater

Saturday/Sunday, November 25/26----Robert Altman, one of the most influential film directors of his generation, passed away earlier this week at Cedars of Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles. Rumors about Altman's declining health have been circulating since his announcement at last year's Academy Awards that he had received a heart transplant in the last few years. What the public and even close associates didn't know was that the iconic director had been diagnosed with cancer over a year ago, but ...

When The Dust Settles....An Expanded Film Society

Alice Tully Hall Tuesday, October 3----Audiences attending the NEW YORK FILM FESTIVAL screenings cannot help but notice that there is massive construction going on in and around Lincoln Center these days. The front of the Festival's main screening venue, Alice Tully Hall, is being remodeled, and the overpass on West 65th Street has been torn down to create a more airy environment. Missing is the escalator entrance from Broadway and the colonaded walkway that took adventurous filmgoers past the...
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