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By Jordan Raup on December 12, 2019
Her breathtaking new film, opening this Friday at Film at Lincoln Center, pays tribute to one of the most visionary choreographers of the 20th century
By Film at Lincoln Center on December 11, 2019
Film Comment’s annual end-of-year survey was revealed today with Bong Joon Ho’s Parasite (now playing at FLC), Martin Scorsese’s The Irishman, and Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood taking the top spots among films released in 2019.
By Film at Lincoln Center on December 10, 2019
Including a complete retrospective of Berlin School director Angela Schanelec; a career-spanning retrospective of Bong Joon Ho's varied and masterful films in light of the international acclaim of Parasite; and a carte-blanche from Bacurau (NYFF57) directors Kleber Mendonça Filho and Juliano Dornelles, and more.
By Film at Lincoln Center on December 9, 2019
Among the oldest and most influential Jewish film festivals worldwide, NYJFF each year presents the finest documentary, narrative, and short films from around the world that explore the Jewish experience.
By Film at Lincoln Center on November 21, 2019
Film at Lincoln Center is honored to present a comprehensive, career-spanning retrospective of the luminous filmmaker’s vast canon.
By Jordan Raup on November 20, 2019
Our programmers preview our New Korean Cinema series and then Rosalie Varda discusses Varda by Agnés. Both start Friday!
By Jordan Raup on November 19, 2019
As Bong Joon Ho’s record-breaking Parasite continues its run here at Film at Lincoln Center, we’re sharing the full transcription of his Directors Dialogue conversation with Dennis Lim at the 57th New York Film Festival.
on November 14, 2019
The range of boundary-pushing works of Brazilian film has had few parallels in recent years, with filmmakers such as Kleber Mendonça Filho, Gabriel Mascaro, Karim Aïnouz, Juliana Rojas, João Dumans, and Affonso Uchôa radically revising the world’s understanding of their national cinema.