Our Media Center takes you inside Film at 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 Film at Lincoln Center on August 23, 2019
Film at Lincoln Center announces the complete lineup for the Special Events, Shorts, and Talks sections for the 57th New York Film Festival (September 27 – October 13).
By Jordan Raup on August 21, 2019
Today, we’re sharing a special conversation following the world premiere of Ari Aster’s director’s cut of Midsommar.
By Film at Lincoln Center on August 21, 2019
This year’s series of dispatches from the front lines of nonfiction cinema features incisive portraits of iconic figures, intimate reports from inside the American prison system, New York stories both personal and political, and much more.
By Jordan Raup on August 20, 2019
The harrowing, hilarious, and deeply moving drama stars Scarlett Johansson, Adam Driver, Laura Dern, Alan Alda, Ray Liotta, Julie Hagerty, and Merritt Wever.
By Film at Lincoln Center on August 19, 2019
Film at Lincoln Center announces its holiday series, a career-spanning retrospective of Agnès Varda, the most comprehensive survey to date of the late filmmaker’s vast canon, opening December 20 through January 9 and presented in partnership with Janus Films.
By Film at Lincoln Center on August 15, 2019
The eighth edition of the annual program delves into innovative modes of storytelling via interactive experiences, featuring Virtual Reality, Immersive Cinema, game play, and more.
By Jordan Raup on August 14, 2019
Minervini’s passionately urgent, lyrical new documentary is a portrait of African-Americans in New Orleans struggling to maintain their unique cultural identity and to find social justice.
By Jordan Raup on August 8, 2019
Today, we’re sharing a conversation about the Sundance Grand Jury Prize winner One Child Nation, which opens in limited release this week.
By Film at Lincoln Center on August 6, 2019
This year’s Main Slate showcases films from 17 different countries, including new titles from celebrated auteurs, extraordinary work from directors making their NYFF debuts, and captivating features that earned acclaim at international festivals.