As we ring in the New Year, we asked the Film at Lincoln Center community, via Instagram and Twitter, for their most-anticipated films of 2021. Among your picks, there’s much excitement for new films by Apichatpong Weerasethakul, Mia Hansen-Løve, Paul Thomas Anderson, Jane Campion, Ruben Östlund, Paul Verhoeven, Wes Anderson, and more.
It also came as no surprise that some of the most mentioned films were blockbusters, like Denis Villeneuve’s Dune and Cary Joji Fukunaga’s No Time to Die, whose release dates continue to get pushed back due to the pandemic. Many people are looking forward to the wider releases of Chloé Zhao’s Nomadland and Lee Isaac Chung’s Minari, both of which had limited runs in Film at Lincoln Center’s Virtual Cinema last year. Thank you to everyone who joined the conversation!
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Robert Eggers The Northman, don’t know if it’s confirmed for 2021 but I know it has wrapped shooting and is in post production!
— Brynjar syfjaðr’ (@Brinni1) January 8, 2021
I will definitely like to watch "No Time to Die", most likely in the safety of my home.
— Zara•Wellington✝️ (@MahoganyLox007) January 8, 2021
Red Rocket Sean Baker's new film
— Susan Roberson (@baskingrace) January 8, 2021
— COBear81 (@CoBear81) January 8, 2021
The musicals: In the Heights & West Side Story! pic.twitter.com/vJIQg5atu4
— Elizabeth W (@ElizaWils123) January 8, 2021
— Nandini Gupta (@loonylib) January 9, 2021
The Northman and Last Night in Soho
— MasonKnight95 (@Knight94Mason) January 8, 2021
The Eternals. 👌
— 마이클MIKE (@mikeeeel02000__) January 8, 2021
Soggy bottom, of course
— stonedgrapeleaf ☭ 🏴 (@efmelh) January 8, 2021
If it’s completed in time for this year, Park Chan-wook’s ‘Decision to Leave.’ And the fact that it’s a murder mystery romance too just inexorably increases my excitement https://t.co/t71NQcPQTk
— Aneela ✨ (@anee1a) January 8, 2021
— Kenza (@Kenza_Z) January 8, 2021
The new restoration of Mirror opens on January 29 in our Virtual Cinema!
Identifying Features opens on January 22 in our Virtual Cinema!