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AFC’s Guide to the Little Guys at the New York Film Fest

by Rhett Jones on September 28, 2013
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New York art types with a penchant for film have a lot on their plate this weekend with the launch of the New York Film Festival. There’s Tom Hanks fighting pirates in the premier of Captain Phillips if you want the mainstream. There’s James Franco’s latest bizarre literary adaptation “Child of God,” if you want what Manohla Dargis refers to as “a scene of on-screen defecation that’s so aggressively up close and personal that it approaches 3-D.” Yes, pirates and poop are very exciting. But those movies will be released across the nation, so it’ll be easy to check them out. This is a listing of the smaller and better offerings that don’t come around everyday.

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MOCAtv Presents Techno Mystic

by Corinna Kirsch on November 14, 2012
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A little curation on YouTube can go a long way. On its own, YouTube contains a vast treasure trove of videos (a blessing), but navigating all those choices can be overwhelming (a curse). Despite a few lemons, Techno Mystic drives home the point that artists using technology see it as an uplifting source.

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[Sponsor] Sundays in July, Experience Some of the Decade's Most Exciting Avant-Garde Films

by Art Fag City on July 16, 2010
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Don't miss this rare opportunity to experience 30 beautiful, provocative, and poetic avant-garde films that are part of “21st Century Limited: Experimental Films 2000-2009” on July 18th and 25th. Drawn from Film Comment magazine's best-of-the-decade poll, six Sunday programs in July will showcase some of the most memorable experimental works from the first decade of […]

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