“Bernardo Bertolucci’s Last Tango in Paris was presented for the first time on the closing night of the New York Film Festival, October 14, 1972: that date should become a landmark in movie history comparable to May 29, 1913—the night Le Sacre du Printemps was first performed—in music history.” -Pauline Kael, The New Yorker</p>
Have you been attending New Directors/New Films since the beginning? Did a film you watched in the last Film Comment Selects series change your life? Has a conversation with a filmmaker on stage at the Film Society inspired you?
We want to hear your story! In a new feature online and in this newsletter, we'll be inviting our staff and visitors to the Film Society to share one memorable film, event, or Film Comment article that really stayed with you. If we choose to use your story, we will give you a FREE Membership at the $75 level. As a Member, you'll enjoy discounted tickets every day, as well as advance access to tickets to our most popular series, including New Directors/New Films and the New York Film Festival. Learn more about Membership here.
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