Today, we’re sharing a conversation with German master Angela Schanelec from the 57th New York Film Festival, where she presented her radical new film I Was at Home, But…

Starting this Friday at Film at Lincoln Center, join the director in person for her first complete New York retrospective. The series will kick off with a sneak preview of her new film, which opens next Friday, February 14, at FLC. See showtimes & get tickets here. See 3 or more films during the retrospective and save.

Likely the most singular and underappreciated among the contemporary German filmmakers collectively known as the Berlin School (which also includes Christian Petzold, Thomas Arslan, and Valeska Grisebach), Schanelec makes films that achieve nothing less than the rendering of the human soul on screen. 

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