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TFI Sloan Filmmaker Fund to award $150 000

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The Tribeca Film Institute (TFI) today announced the films that will receive financial and creative support from the TFI Sloan Filmmaker Fund, provided by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. This year, three projects, chosen from 130 applicants from around the world, will be awarded a total of $150,000 and will be recognized at the annual Tribeca Film Festival, taking place April 18-29, 2012. The winning films include: Unmanned, Computer Chess and Resonance. The projects, which all emphasize scien...

THE TILLMAN STORY- Q and A.

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THE TILLMAN STORY- Q and A.   THE TILLMAN STORY (USA, 2010) by director Amir Bar-Lev is a documentary about the football player Pat Tillman who gave up a multimillion dollar career in professional American football to go to war with the Army Rangers in 2002. He sacrificed personal success to fight alongside his brothers in war, a decision which for him was deeply personal. While in Iraq, Pat was tragically killed by ‘friendly fire’ (his own men). After his death he b...

THE TILLMAN STORY- Q and A.

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THE TILLMAN STORY- Q and A.   THE TILLMAN STORY (USA, 2010) by director Amir Bar-Lev is a documentary about the football player Pat Tillman who gave up a multimillion dollar career in professional American football to go to war with the Army Rangers in 2002. He sacrificed personal success to fight alongside his brothers in war, a decision which for him was deeply personal. While in Iraq, Pat was tragically killed by ‘friendly fire’ (his own men). After his death he b...

Annual Movies for Grownups® Awards

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  AARP The Magazine to Recognize Film Icon Robert Redford With Lifetime Achievement Award at Its 10th Annual Movies for Grownups® Awards in Los Angeles, Feb. 7th It's awards season and AARP The Magazine has once again picked the best films for the older audience with its annual Movies for Grownups® Awards. Robert Redford is the recipient of the Movies for Grownups Lifetime Achievement Award and Tom Hooper's The King's Speech nabbed this year's top honor for overall "Bes...

MoWMeen "Faut-il ou pas?"

Director: Grizzly Adams.
A castaway longing for his fate.

Tucson Film and Music Festival highlights

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The Tucson Film and Music Festival announced today that "Largo" will be the festival's Opening Night film, and "The Sweet Lady with the Nasty Voice" will be the Centerpiece selection for the 5th annual event taking place October 9-11, 2009. The festival, known for bringing compelling cinema and music to Tucson, boasts a line-up of all Arizona film premieres at this year's event. Wanda Jackson will also treat festival-goers to an exclusive live concert at PLUSH.LargoDirected by Mark Flanagan & An...

Telluride Film Festival to honor Manny Farber

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Telluride Film Festival www.telluridefilmfestival.org (September 4-7, 2009), will run a special program in honor of artist and film critic Manny Farber, "The Celebration of Manny Farber," will be presented at this year's 36th Telluride Film Festival. The three-part program will include an intimate bookstore signing of The Library of America's September 2009 release Farber On Film: The Complete Film Writings of Manny Faber with editor Robert Polito and Farber's wife and collaborator, Patricia Pat...

FIFTH ANNUAL NEW YORK AIDS FILM FESTIVAL OPENING NIGHT GALA & AWARDS CEREMONY PHOTOS

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By Maria Esteves - December 15, 2007  The Fifth Annual New York AIDS Film Festival 2007 press coverage is dedicated in Loving Memory of Mel Cheren (January 21, 1933 - December 7, 2007).   The Fifth Annual New York AIDS Film Festival (NYAFF) 2007 Opening Night Gala was held at the United Nations Dag Hammarkjold Auditorium, Thursday, November 29, 2007, 7:00 PM. The Jack Valenti Humanitarian Awards Ceremony preceded the premiere short film of AIDS JAAGO, directed by Mira Nair, ...

Philadelphia International Gay & Lesbian Festival is open

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13th Philadelphia International Gay & Lesbian Film FestivalTHE BIG DAY HAS ARRIVED!The film festival kicks off in just a couple of hours… this gives you just enough time to think up a good excuse to leave work early, get home, get dressed into your sexiest outfit before heading into the city for all-night extravaganza!The Philadelphia Film Society is thrilled to present the 13th Philadelphia International Gay & Lesbian Film Festival, beginning tonight, Thursday, July 12th, 2007 running for the...

The Festival Atmosphere

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Yesterday I had tickets to two films: BILLY THE KID and PRISON TOWN, USA. I went to the festival site a little early because I had an interview lined up with BILLY THE KID director, Jennifer Venditti. (She is amazing by the way!) This was my first time back at this particular area since the opening night screening and gala and again I was so impressed with how clearly the signs were for parking! And the entire festival location atmosphere is just so wonderful! I took a bunch of pics so you...

BOY CULTURE: A Gay Film About Looking For Love (Not Sex)

 Sunday, June 3-------Now that gay coming-of-age films have become a (slight) cinematic cliche, what are the new areas that gay filmmakers want to explore as the community continues to evolve and become (somewhat) more mainstream. The answer in the excellent American indie film BOY CULTURE is love.....not as a substitute or an extension of sex, but as an adventure all its own. That is the provocative theme explored by director Q. Allan Brocka, who is attending the FESTROIA this week. His film i...

DJ Spooky Remixes Controversial Silent Epic

 Saturday, May 5------Paul D. Miller (better known in hip-hop circles as DJ Spooky That Subliminal Kid) re-works, re-makes, and re-interprets  one of America's most controversial films, the D.W. Griffith-directed silent epic BIRTH OF A NATION. The film, which charts the rise of the Ku Klux Klan after the Civil War, has been controversial since its release in 1916.....for showing the Klan as defenders of the white race and Anglo-Saxon civilization and portraying the newly freed black slave...

PLANETOUT Short Movie Award Winners

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Saturday, January 20-- The 8th annual PlantOut Short Movie Awards were celebrated with a brunch at Cicero's this morning with thanks to presenting sponsor Scion. Jenny Stewart opened the morning with an intro followed by Robert Gant and Chad Allen. PlanetOut still remains the largest LGBT short film competition. In addition to the $15K in cash prizes, independent filmmakers are provided with an online audience of 5 million, and a special screening at the Miami Gay & Lesbian Film Festival...

Bust Magazine dynamite Film Festival

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THE BUST MAGAZINE FILM FESTIVALNovember 4 - 7, 2004Two Boots Pioneer Theater155 East 3rd St. @ Avenue A, NYCShowcasing the work of the best and brightest "reel girls" around, THE BUST MAGAZINE FILM FESTIVAL will be hosting four dynamite nights of full-length features, documentaries, shorts, and animations, all of which embody the BUST Magazine mission: to tell the truth about women’s lives. From November 4-7 the Festival will feature 11 films by fiercely independent women filmmakers at the Two...

Brother To Brother surprise film at Miami G & L Fest

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As MGLFF's 2004 Program was going to press, we left a surprise screening slot open on Saturday, April 24th at 9:30p, for what we promised would be a major new title. Well, here it is!Brother To Brother, Rodney Evan’s first narrative feature, which took two years to research and six years to bring to fruition, was a deserving winner of a Special Jury Prize for "passion in filmmaking" at the recent Sundance Film Festival. Evan’s forays into the history of the Harlem Renaissance, moves beyond...
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