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 Jordan Raup on September 12, 2019
The 57th New York Film Festival is right around the corner, coming to Film at Lincoln Center on September 27 through October 13. On this week's podcast, we're looking ahead to this year's rich and diverse lineup with an in-depth conversation with the festival's programmers.
By Jordan Raup on September 10, 2019
For this month's Member Spotlight, we spoke with Qing Jin. Jin was a participant in the 2017 Industry Academy and is a New Wave member. She currently works at The Cinema Guild and has been involved with projects featured in our New Directors/New Films festival.
By Jordan Raup on September 5, 2019
Today we’re sharing a Q&A from the 12th edition of our annual Scary Movies film festival: the Closing Night selection Ready or Not, which is now in wide release.
By Jordan Raup on August 29, 2019
Today, we’re sharing a Film at Lincoln Center free talk which was presented on the occasion of our new series Make My Day: American Movies in the Age of Reagan.
By Film at Lincoln Center on August 26, 2019
Retrospective pays tribute to the 100th anniversary of the American Society of Cinematographers, including a rare I.B. Technicolor print of Francis Ford Coppola’s Gordon Willis–shot The Godfather: Part II. Revivals showcases 11 restorations of significant works in cinema history, including William Wyler’s Dodsworth and Béla Tarr’s Sátántangó.
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.