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By Film at Lincoln Center on July 16, 2019
Featuring the genre’s best from around the globe, Scary Movies, which returns as a summer series for the third year, offers moviegoers the cathartic treat of experiencing the exhilaration of suspense, thrills, and gore on the big screen as part of an audience.
By Michael Odmark on July 5, 2019
The 2019 New York Asian Film Festival is now running through July 11th here at Film at Lincoln Center.
By Jordan Raup on June 12, 2019
Five international premieres, 23 North American premieres, four U.S. premieres, and eight New York premieres, showcasing the most exciting action, comedy, drama, thriller, romance, horror, and art-house films from East Asia, and bringing close to 30 directors and nine actors from Asia.
By Film at Lincoln Center on June 6, 2019
With an inspiring selection of films that explore dance from a variety of perspectives, the festival offers groundbreaking dance adventures along with honoring classic interpretation.
By Film at Lincoln Center on May 15, 2019
A once in-a-lifetime film and concert experience marrying cinema with traditional Korean music (gugak) comes to Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center on June 29th, 2019.
By Jordan Raup on May 9, 2019
Open Roads: New Italian Cinema is the leading screening series to offer North American audiences a diverse and extensive lineup of contemporary Italian films.
By Jordan Raup on May 6, 2019
Film at Lincoln Center highlights include Opening Night film HERO: Inspired by the Extraordinary Life and Times of Mr. Ulric Cross by Frances-Anne Solomon and Centerpiece film The Mercy of the Jungle by Joël Karekezi.
By Jordan Raup on May 3, 2019
The Human Rights Watch Film Festival presents 13 timely and provocative films, from June 13-20, 2019, that shine a bright light on bravery and resilience in challenging times, with incisive perspectives on human rights issues affecting people around the world.
By Jordan Raup on April 8, 2019
After 12 days of boundary-pushing films from emerging talent, the 48th edition of New Directors/New Films concluded this past weekend.