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By Jeffrey Bloomer on November 30, 2011
The festival's in-depth retrospective of Muntean's films will feature an extended conversation with the acclaimed director, who will be present at many screenings including "Tuesday, After Christmas" and Closing Night selection "The Paper Will Be Blue."
on November 29, 2011
Thanks to you, 2011 has been a year of momentous and exciting growth at the Film Society. As we close our fiscal year-end books on December 31, we ask you to consider supporting our organization by making a gift today.
By John Heavey on November 29, 2011
Now in its sixth year, the popular annual fest comes to Film Society for a week-long celebration of Romanian cinema, including some of the best recent releases, retrospectives of the films of Radu Muntean and Liviu Ciulei, and special discussions and events.
By Eugene Hernandez on November 29, 2011
An acclaimed new film that evokes the classic era of silent cinema was the best picture pick from the New York Film Critics.
By Daniel Rubinton on November 29, 2011
A year after his death, Film Society celebrates the six-decade career of the prolific producer with a special evening including a screening of Mario Monicelli's "The Great War," which was nominated for an Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film.
By Eugene Hernandez on November 28, 2011
A pair of highly personal films exploring the family stories of their filmmakers shared an early awards season honor.
By John Heavey on November 28, 2011
The influential British director's film about a 15-year-old boy trying to escape the bleak prospects of his coal mining hometown, which was a festival favorite at NYFF '70, will play Tuesday night as part of our celebration of "50 Years of the New York Film Festival."