Our Media Center takes you inside Film at 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 July 16, 2020
"I think the short gives a freedom to filmmakers," Jane Campion once said of short films. "What's appealing is that you don't have as much responsibility for storytelling and plot. They can be more like a portrait, or a poem."
By Jordan Raup on July 2, 2020
For over 50 years, Film at Lincoln Center’s programming and initiatives like New Directors/New Films, the New York Film Festival, and year-round artist panels and workshops have provided an important platform for promising new filmmaking talent. Our efforts to share and amplify bold new voices continue in the FLC Virtual Cinema with three essential directorial debuts.
By Jordan Raup on June 25, 2020
This week’s Community Corner question shined a spotlight on the vital and prolific LGBTQ+ voices that have impacted cinema history by asking you which queer relationships depicted in film have made the biggest impression on you.
By Jordan Raup on June 11, 2020
The fight for justice, equality, and an end to systemic racism in the United States and around the globe is a community-led movement.
By Jordan Raup on June 4, 2020
To celebrate Papicha and continue our series of online community conversations, we asked movie lovers to share their favorite films by female directors. The results exemplify the extraordinary creativity, diversity, and essential perspectives that female directors bring to the landscape of the moving image.
By Jordan Raup on May 27, 2020
Featuring Todd Haynes's I'm Not There, Sofia Coppola's Marie Antoinette, Martin Scorsese's The Last Temptation of Christ, Bob Fosse's All That Jazz, Hayao Miyazaki's The Wind Rises, and more, these stories show how directors can inventively retell history with a unique vision.
By Jordan Raup on May 21, 2020
To celebrate Caro Diario and continue our series of online community conversations, we asked movie lovers to tell us which films they would most like to see receive a new restoration. Featuring works by Claire Denis, Edward Yang, Elaine May, Robert Bresson, G. Aravindan, Gillian Armstrong, King Vidor, Marguerite Duras, Derek Jarman, Jia Zhangke, Hou Hsiao-hsien, Sergei Parajanov, and more, it's a treasure trove awaiting a new audience.