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By Nicholas Kemp on March 6, 2016
Diop's most recent film as a director, A Thousand Suns, screened as part of the first edition of Art of the Real in 2014.
By Film Society on March 4, 2016
Founded on the most expansive possible view of documentary film, the series features an eclectic, globe-spanning host of discoveries by artists who are reenvisioning the relationship between cinema and reality.
By Michael Odmark on May 13, 2015
At our recent retrospective, Varda talked about her seminal debut feature and her fascination with the boundary between fiction and nonfiction. She also regaled the audience with stories about Alain Resnais, François Truffaut, and André Bazin.
By Brian Brooks on April 14, 2015
Camila José Donoso and Nicolás Videla's drama Naomi Cambel takes a look at a transsexual woman in her mid-thirties who works as a spiritual guide and a tarot-card reader. The film screens Tuesday night at the Film Society as part of Art of the Real.
on April 10, 2015
The Elisabeth Subrin Program, taking place Saturday, April 11 as part of the 2nd Art of the Real series at the Film Society (April 10-26), features several works, including the re-release of Shulie. Subrin gives FilmLinc some insight into her work...
on April 10, 2015
Matt Porterfield's Take What You Can Carry is one of a trio of shorts that opened the 2nd Art of the Real series, taking place April 10-26 at the Film Society of Lincoln Center. The film is a delicate portrait of a young American woman in Berlin attempting to reconcile her need for a stable sense of identity with her itinerant lifestyle.