Our blog takes you inside the Film Society of Lincoln Center with photos, videos, and podcasts from our screenings, talks, and events, plus announcements of upcoming programs and coverage of our artist and education initiatives.
By Lu Chen on September 30, 2011
Our NYFF Masterworks series "Velvet Bullets and Steel Kisses: Celebrating the Nikkatsu Centennial" starts October 1 and we've put together a in-depth look at the studio and some of its key directors to help you choose what to see!
By John Wildman on September 29, 2011
The press screenings continued at NYFF, leading up to Opening Night with the notorious Abel Ferrara returning to NYFF, MISS BALA's director and star breaking …
By Jeffrey Bloomer on September 29, 2011
This year the Film Society of Lincoln Center is especially pleased to present our New York Film Festival Forums, a new series of free panels and conversations that will throughout the festival in the Film Center Amphitheater and the Upper West Side Apple Store.
By Simran Bhalla on September 29, 2011
Jafar Panahi's incredible documentary, made entirely in the confines of his Tehran apartment after being banned from filmmaking and put under house arrest for supporting the 2009 election protests in Iran, is a testament to how art can flourish even under oppressive circumstances.
on September 29, 2011
Watch the behind-the-scenes footage of the week leading up to the 49th NYFF at Lincoln Center.
By Saylee Bhatte on September 29, 2011
Long thought to be lost after a warehouse fire destroyed the negative, Sara Driver's seminal 1981 indie, which features cinematography by Jim Jarmusch, has generated renewed interest since a copy was found in the belongings of writer Paul Bowles.
By Daniel Rubinton on September 28, 2011
A tribute from one legendary Brazilian artist to another, Nelson Pereira dos Santos's stirring documentary demonstrates the warmth of admiration for the father of Bossa Nova that is felt by musicians and music-lovers the world over.
By Michael Gibbons on September 27, 2011
Hot off growing buzz as the official Mexican submission to the Academy Awards, "Miss Bala" director Gerardo Naranjo and lead actress Stephanie Sigman discussed their film at an NYFF press conference today.