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By Jasmine Abbasov on June 8, 2022
Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts and Film at Lincoln Center announce the free outdoor film series lineup, part of Summer For the City, kicking off July 13.
By Erik Luers on September 2, 2021
With it being a season of Shakespeare here at Film at Lincoln Center, we asked for your favorite cinematic adaptations of the playwright's work.
By Erik Luers on August 20, 2021
As a still-developing subset of films, Slow Cinema can prove difficult to categorize. Less dependent on runtime length than elements of deliberate pacing, long takes,…
By Erik Luers on August 13, 2021
One of the more memorable aspects of the moviegoing experience can be what you hear rather than see. And while that can manifest in many…
By Jasmine Abbasov on July 30, 2021
In celebration of Ailey, Jamila Wignot's introspective documentary on the legendary choreographer, continuing its run in our theaters, we asked the FLC community for their favorite documentaries about artists.
By Jasmine Abbasov on July 20, 2021
A New York Times Critic’s Pick, C.W. Winter and Anders Edström’s eight-hour film, The Works and Days (of Tayoko Shiojiri in the Shiotani Basin), is an…
By Jasmine Abbasov on June 24, 2021
As François Ozon's coming-of-age queer romance, Summer of 85, continues its run in our theaters and the '80s inspired soundtrack echoed through the Walter Reade Theater, we couldn't help but notice how much dance sequences reveal about the characters of our favorite films.
By Film at Lincoln Center on June 18, 2021
One of the most crucial collaborations in filmmaking is between a director and their cast. How that relationship is selflessly formed (and what makes for a successful one) is dependent on what each individual can bring to the table and how they can merge that talent with that of their collaborator's.
By Film at Lincoln Center on June 16, 2021
This upcoming Saturday marks the 156th anniversary of Juneteenth (6/19/1865), the day federal troops arrived in Galveston, Texas to announce General Order #3, effectively ending…