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The Film Society of Lincoln Center presents the New Directors/New Films Festival and the New York Film Festival. It also publishes Film Comment magazine, and hosts other events and contests throughout the year.
Tribeca Film Institute "produces cultural events and educational programs that draw on the power of film and other artistic mediums to promote understanding and global awareness by strengthening the artistic and economic fabric of New York City's Lower Manhattan community." Hosts workshop programs throughout the year and presents the Tribeca Film Festival.
IFP is a not-for-profit service organization dedicated to providing resources, information and avenues of communication for its members: independent filmmakers, industry professionals and independent film enthusiasts. Other goals of the organization are to expand and educate the audience for independent film, and to encourage the diversity and quality of independent production. Its 9,000 filmmaker and film industry members participate year-round in activities ranging from popular screenings to cutting-edge workshops and seminars.
New York Film/Video Council offers screenings, seminars and panel discussions on topics related to film. Members include independent film and video producers and artists, writers, crafts people, cable television programmers, film and video distributors, media librarians, museum curators, festival coordinators and others.
The Film-Maker's Cooperative is the largest archive and distributor of independent and avant-garde films in the world. Created by artists in 1962, the Coop has more than 5,000 films and videotapes in its collection.
New York Film Critic's Circle includes critics from daily newspapers, weekly newspapers and magazines. Every year in December the organization meets in New York to vote on awards for the previous calendar year's films. Offers a principled alternative to the Oscars, honoring esthetic merit in a forum that is immune to commercial and political pressures.
New York Women in Film & Television is a nonprofit membership organization dedicated to helping women reach the highest levels of achievement in film, television and other moving-image media industries, and to promoting equity for women in these industries. NYWIFT produces more than fifty innovative educational programs and special events each year, in which many highly distinguished producers, directors, writers, craftspeople and industry leaders participate as guest speakers and panelists.
New York Documentary Center was founded in 1997 to provide the public with an ongoing series of programs exploring all facets of non-fiction documentary making, past, present and future. The Center seeks to grow the audience for non-fiction film and video by showcasing outstanding works the public has not otherwise seen, including important overlooked documentaries and those that have successfully made the rounds of international film festivals but remain out of sight due to absence of distribution.
Internet Movie Database Claims to be "Earth's Biggest Movie Database." Besides filmmaker and actor bios, film synopses and film glossary, it also has a lot of fun features. Participate in film polls, write your own reviews of films, check out IMDB's Bottom 100 films, and play IMDB games.
All Movie Guide allows users to browse by country or genre, or do specific searches based on a number of criteria (creator, location, technical criteria, etc.). Also offers coverage of films, bios of filmmakers, film essays, and a glossary of film techniques, film publications, theaters and more.
Rotten Tomatoes Tracks critic ratings from around the world. Those with 20 or more reviews that average 75% or better on the "Tomatometer" are "Certified Fresh." You can also create a journal to write your own reviews, and browse the reviews of others. Other features include photo galleries of upcoming films, user polls, film news and movie times.
Last Update: October 2004