Announcing the Winners of Our 2014 #6SECFILMS Competition!
Announcing the Winners of Our 2014 #6SECFILMS Competition!

What do a gorilla, a polar vortex, a pepper shaker, a dancing tortilla, and a time-constrained portrait of addiction have in common? They're all winners of our second #6SECFILMS competition, and we couldn't be more excited to share them.

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Today's Your Last Chance to Enter Our #6SECFILMS Contest!
Today's Your Last Chance to Enter Our #6SECFILMS Contest!

You have until tonight at midnight, so hurry - just Tweet your favorite original Vine creations with the tags below to enter!

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This Week's Best Online Film Writing: The Cultural Tyranny of 'Love, Actually'
This Week's Best Online Film Writing: The Cultural Tyranny of 'Love, Actually'

A round-up of this week's best discussions, discoveries, provocations, backlashes, calls to arms and all-out wars about film on the Internet.

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This Week's Best Online Film Writing: The 'No Haters' Debate
This Week's Best Online Film Writing: The 'No Haters' Debate

A round-up of this week's best discussions, discoveries, provocations, backlashes, calls to arms and all-out wars about film on the Internet.

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This Week's Best Online Film Writing: Sarah Silverman Wins the Internet
This Week's Best Online Film Writing: Sarah Silverman Wins the Internet

A round-up of this week's best discussions, discoveries, provocations, backlashes, calls to arms and all-out wars about film on the Internet.

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This Week's Best Online Film Writing: Secret Industry Tweeters & the Shame of Binge-Watching
This Week's Best Online Film Writing: Secret Industry Tweeters & the Shame of Binge-Watching

A round-up of this week's best discussions, discoveries, provocations, backlashes, calls to arms and all-out wars about film on the Internet.

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Interview: Sarah and John Green Talk About Their New Web Series 'The Art Assignment'
Interview: Sarah and John Green Talk About Their New Web Series 'The Art Assignment'

Sarah Urist Green and John Green answer our questions about their exciting new show with PBS Digital Studios, The Art Assignment, which aims to de-mystify art for the internet audience (and de-mystify the internet for artists.)

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Spielberg, Lucas, Scorsese: The Amazing Lost 'Future of Movies' Special
Spielberg, Lucas, Scorsese: The Amazing Lost 'Future of Movies' Special

In 1990, Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert interviewed three youngish filmmakers for a Future of Movies special. It's on the internet, and it's awesome.

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Presenting Spencer John Olson's Awesome Acting Reel
Presenting Spencer John Olson's Awesome Acting Reel

If you watch The Office, Community, 2 Broke Girls, or Parks & Rec, you've probably seen character actor Spencer John Olson. And if you didn't notice him, this official reel will help out with bells and red arrows.

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Watch: Tribeca Art Awards Artists Show Us Their Studios
Watch: Tribeca Art Awards Artists Show Us Their Studios

In this funny and inspiring short by Matt Black, five of Tribeca Film Festival's 2013 Art Awards artists - in which NYC artists give original works to the winners of 12 Festival categories, in partnership with Chanel - let us into their studios and their quirky creative processes.

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Announcing the Winners of Our #6SECFILMS Vine Competition
Announcing the Winners of Our #6SECFILMS Vine Competition

Six weeks ago, we challenged the people of the internet to create and submit Vines for our #6SECFILMS Competition. Over 400 entries and one fantastic shortlist later, our illustrious jury has made their choices. See the winners in all four categories, with juror notes, below!

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'Elaine Stritch: Shoot Me' Director Chiemi Karasawa On Her Icon Doc
'Elaine Stritch: Shoot Me' Director Chiemi Karasawa On Her Icon Doc

We talked to the director of the TFF 2013 doc "Elaine Stritch: Shoot Me" about how she convinced Stritch to participate in her movie, the pros and cons of crowdfunding, and the challenges of filming an icon.

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Artist Erik Parker On His Work: 'Whether people like it or not, they know I did it.'
Artist Erik Parker On His Work: 'Whether people like it or not, they know I did it.'

Artist Erik Parker, whose work "New Elands Bay" will be given to the winner of the Best New Narrative Director at #TFF2013, talks about his influences in his Brooklyn studio.

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Artist Dustin Yellin On How Films, Girls and Drugs Influence His Work
Artist Dustin Yellin On How Films, Girls and Drugs Influence His Work

Dustin Yellin, who will give an original work of art to the winner of the Student Visionary Award at #TFF2013, talks about his influences in this video, shot in his Red Hook studio.

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Watch: The Trailer for TFF 2013's Opening Night Film 'Mistaken For Strangers'
Watch: The Trailer for TFF 2013's Opening Night Film 'Mistaken For Strangers'

You've waited forever for the trailer for 'Mistaken For Strangers,' the film by Tom Berninger featuring The National that will open the 2013 Tribeca Film Festival this Wednesday. Here it is!

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Film Critics Will Leitch and Dana Stevens On Their First Impressions of Twitter
Film Critics Will Leitch and Dana Stevens On Their First Impressions of Twitter

"When I was running Deadspin I always joked that someday the athletes that we write about are all just going to have their own blogs...it turned out that was Twitter."

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Film Critics Dana Stevens and Will Leitch on Filmmakers Who Get Twitter Right
Film Critics Dana Stevens and Will Leitch on Filmmakers Who Get Twitter Right

"You have to actually care about something besides getting your name out there."

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Film Critics Will Leitch and Dana Stevens: Should Film Critics Tweet From Screenings?
Violence In Entertainment: Variety's Special Report Features Essays By Entertainment Leaders
Violence In Entertainment: Variety's Special Report Features Essays By Entertainment Leaders

Industry voices share insights from every angle, including calling for the de-stigmatization of mental illness.

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Greta Gerwig Compares Digital Filmmaking to Botox
Greta Gerwig Compares Digital Filmmaking to Botox

In this outtake from "Side by Side," now out on DVD and Blu Ray, Greta Gerwig tells Keanu Reeves about processing a digital film to make it look "like Woody Allen's 'Manhattan.'"

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