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'Once' To Screen at New York's MOMA
26 Feb 2007 :
John Carney's 'Once' is to screen as part of 'New Directors/New Films' Showcase at New York's Museum of Modern Art and Film Society of Lincoln Center next month.

The Department of Film at The Museum of Modern Art and the Film Society of Lincoln Center are presenting the 36th edition of New Directors/New Films, two weeks geared toward showcasing films by new or emerging international directors. This yearís festival runs Mar. 21 to Apr. 1, with screenings at MoMAís Titus 1 Theater and Lincoln Centerís Walter Reade Theater New Directors/New Films 2007 consists of 26 feature-length films and five shorts, with nine first-time feature length directors receiving a chance to present their work. Culled from around the world, the series features films from Japan, China, Russia, Romania, Iran, Algeria, Poland, Denmark, Norway, Italy, Switzerland, Germany, Belgium, France, Scotland, Ireland, Brazil, Canada and the United States. Curators for this yearís selection are Sally Berger, Jytte Jensen and Laurence Kardish of the Museum of Modern Art and Marian Masone, Joanna Ney and Richard Pena of the Film Society.





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