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 Jordan Raup on January 16, 2018
The cinematic showcase returns with a selection of titles curated by the magazine’s editors, offering strikingly bold visions, mixing New York premieres of new films and long-unseen older titles that deserve the big-screen treatment.
By Jordan Raup on January 12, 2018
Following a memorable first part, FSLC is pleased to present the next edition of an ongoing retrospective devoted to Ruiz, among the great visionaries in film history and perhaps its most intrepid explorer of the unconscious.
By Michael Odmark on January 11, 2018
On this week's podcast, you'll hear directors Myles Kane and Josh Koury join writer Gay Talese to discuss the documentary Voyeur, which is now on Netflix.
By Jordan Raup on January 10, 2018
This week, the Film Society kicked off 2018 by giving a warm welcome to some of this season’s most talented filmmakers and actors at our fourth annual Film Society of Lincoln Center/Film Comment Luncheon
By Michael Odmark on January 4, 2018
On this week's podcast, you'll hear French director Philippe Garrel discuss his craft and career in one of our HBO Directors Dialogues from the 55th New York Film Festival.
By Jordan Raup on December 14, 2017
Among the oldest and most influential Jewish film festivals worldwide, the NYJFF each year presents the finest documentary, narrative, and short films from around the world that explore the diverse Jewish experience.
By Michael Odmark on December 14, 2017
On this week's podcast, we're sharing a special conversation with the programmers of our new 62-film repertory series, Emotion Pictures: International Melodrama, which runs now through January 7th with classics from the silent era to modern dramas and subversive postmodern incarnations.
By Jordan Raup on December 12, 2017
Film Comment’s annual end-of-year survey was released today with Josh and Benny Safdie’s Good Time, Terence Davies’s A Quiet Passion, and Olivier Assayas’s Personal Shopper taking the top spots among films released in 2017.