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Anthology Film Archives

NewFilmmakers NY, New Yorks Leading Screening Series

      FILMMAKERS SUBMIT YOUR WORKScreen your film/video at NewFilmmakers in New York and in Los Angeles and have your work seen byaudiences and critics.  The NewFilmmakers Series began in 1998 at AnthologyFilm Archives in New York and over the past twelve years has screened over 600 features and 2000 short films.In 2000 we brought the Havana Film Festival to New York, where it now is in itsninth year, and in 2002 started NewFilmmakers LA.Many well known Shorts &...

Ulrich Seidl At New York's Anthology Film Archives

  by Sandy Mandelberger, North American Editor Not nearly as well known as his countryman Michael Haneke, the Austrian film director Ulrich Seidl has his own individual signature as a chronicler of human truth. His films are, in turns, disturbing and paradoxical, difficult and dispassionate and not easy to classify. Mixing documentary realism with a kind of poetic neo-realism, the director mainly uses non-professional actors to give his film essays an essential core of...

The Public Screening of Private Movies

 Friday, August 10-------For the fifth year, Anthology Film Archives invites amateurs and professionals alike to share their 8-millimeter, Super 8 or 16-millimeter home movies for its annual Home Movie Day. Decaying images from family vacations, bar mitzvah celebrations, long forgotten family members and other ephemera are the order of the day, with the prevailing ethos that one man's trash is another man's treasure. The only rule is that the home movies must be that, movies, not vide...