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DOC NYC 2022 Dispatch 2
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So many new docs and so little time! Here is my second round of reviews of new documentaries screened at the DOC NYC film festival. I’ll be reviewing still ...

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DOC NYC 2022: First Dispatch
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The largest documentary film festival in the U.S., the DOC NYC Festival will screen over 200 films in various NYC locations from November 9 to 17. (Films can ...

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Brooklyn Horror Film Fest: Wrap Up
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The Washington Post reported this week that 2022 was a huge year for horror films, perhaps because of post-pandemic desires for cinematic shocks or maybe it’s ...

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“Aurora’s Sunrise,” Animated Feature Portrays Survivor of Armenian Genocide
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After 14-year-old Aurora Mardiganian escaped from the Armenian genocide in 1917 and moved to the U.S., a newspaper serialised her amazing story and two years ...

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The Female Gaze: Women Filmmakers From Japan Cuts And Beyond
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New York, NY (October 20, 2022) – A survey of the growing prominence and visibility ofwomen in film, the latest ACA Cinema Project series The Female Gaze: ...

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Brooklyn Horror Film Festival: Dispatch One
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(above: still from "Mickey Dogface," a short film directed by Zach Fleming, from the "Local Invasion" showcase.) It’s October which means pumpkin in ...

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1985 Anime Classic “Angel’s Egg” at Japan Society
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Before Japanese film director Mamoru Oshii made his international hit 1995 animated cyberpunk thriller “Ghost in the Shell,” he made “Angel’s Egg,” a ...

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Estonian horror/comedy “Kratt” on VOD
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In Estonian folklore a “Kratt” is a mythical creature who will work around the clock for you. Once done with a task it says “Give me work!” and you had better ...

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“Ringu” at Japan Society
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This Friday, October 7, the Japan Society of New York City will screen Hideo Nakata’s 1998 j-horror classic “Ringu” in their "monthly classics" series of ...

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“Dreaming Walls,” a portrait of the Hotel Chelsea, on VOD
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A friend of mine used to live in Manhattan’s legendary Chelsea Hotel and one day he got a call from Patti Smith. It turned out that he had been living in the ...

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New Lynne Sachs Short “Swerve” Debuts at BAMcinemaFest
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“Swerve,” a new short film by experimental and documentary filmmaker Lynne Sachs will debut this Sunday, June 26 as part of a second program of shorts at ...

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Queer Cinema Classic “Kamikaze Hearts” Released on VOD
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In 1986 Juliet Bashore made a genre-defying documentary about the a lesbian couple working in the porn industry in San Francisco. “Kamikaze Hearts” has since ...

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