Film at Lincoln Center (FLC) announces the expanded August lineup for its Virtual Cinema.
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Film at Lincoln Center announced the FLC Virtual Cinema lineup for the 2020 spring season including Cédric Klapisch’s almost-romance Someone, Somewhere.
Film at Lincoln Center announced the lineup for the 25th Rendez-Vous with French Cinema, the festival showcasing contemporary French filmmaking.
Film at Lincoln Center and Cinema Tropical announce the fifth Neighboring Scenes, showcase of contemporary Latin American from February 14-18, 2020.
Film at Lincoln Center will present Dreamed Paths: The Films of Angela Schanelec, a retrospective of the Berlin School filmmaker’s audacious body of work
Film at Lincoln Center will present The Bong Show, a retrospective of internationally beloved South Korean filmmaker Bong Joon Ho, director of Parasite.
Film at Lincoln Center and Cinema Tropical will present Veredas: A Generation of Brazilian Filmmakers, showcasing a range of boundary-pushing works of Brazilian film.
Academy Award–winner Spike Lee will be honored with the Film at Lincoln Center’s 46th Chaplin Award at the annual Award Gala.
On the occasion of her fifth feature, Paul Sanchez Is Back!, Film at Lincoln Center will feature Patricia Mazuy in person for the first American showcase of her work.
Film at Lincoln Center will host the complete retrospective of Austrian filmmaker Jessica Hausner titled Jessica Hausner: The Miracle Worker, from November 8 to 10.
Genèse (Genesis), the coming-of-age drama from Canadian documentary filmmaker Philippe Lesage will make its US theatrical premiere on August 23.
Scary Movies XII, NYCs top horror festival returns this Summer to Film at Lincoln Center, and kicks off with the NY premiere of the darkly funny home invasion thriller Villains.
Open Roads: New Italian Cinema returns to Film at Lincoln Center for the 19th edition offering a diverse lineup of contemporary Italian films. The Opening Night film is Claudio Giovannesi’s Piranhas.
The Film Society of Lincoln Center, celebrating its 50th anniversary, is getting a new name.
The Film Society of Lincoln Center announced the lineup for the sixth Art of the Real featuring a vibrant slate of nonfiction and hybrid films by internationally acclaimed filmmakers and impressive, award-winning debuts from around the world.
4th Neighboring Scenes, Festival of Contemporary Latin American Cinema Returns to Film Society of Lincoln Center, Announces Lineup
Neighboring Scenes, the annual festival of contemporary Latin American cinema returns to New York City with 13 features and 10 shorts with seven filmmakers in person, from February 22 to 26.
Film Society of Lincoln Center to Spotlight THE FAVOURITE Director Yorgos Lanthimos with Retrospective
The Film Society of Lincoln Center will spotlight the amazing work of ‘the boldly iconoclastic director’ Yorgos Lanthimos with a five-film retrospective from February 1 to 5.
The Film Society of Lincoln Center will spotlight the films of director Alfonso Cuarón with an eight-film retrospective titled Complete Cuarón from January 4 to 8.
The Film Society of Lincoln Center will honor Chinese documentarian Wang Bing with a three-film tribute titled Wang Bing: The Weight of Experience,
The third edition of My First Film Fest, a weekend-long showcase of classic and new cinematic works that speak to the experiences and curiosity of young people, returns November 9 to 11, presented by the Film Society of Lincoln Center.
Scary Movies XI, the horror festival presented by New York’s Film Society of Lincoln Center returns August 17 to 23, 2018.
The Film Society of Lincoln Center will host The Female Gaze (July 26 – August 9), spotlighting the amazing work of such accomplished international female cinematographers
Rendez-Vous with French Cinema, the celebrated annual series showcasing the variety and vitality of contemporary French filmmaking, returns to the Film Society of Lincoln Center for the 23rd edition, from March 8 to 18, 2018, with 24 diverse films on display.
The Film Society of Lincoln Center and Cinema Tropical will present the third annual Neighboring Scenes, a 17-film showcase of contemporary Latin American cinema