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By Jordan Raup on January 4, 2019
The retrospective will showcase Lanthimos’s feature filmography, including Dogtooth on 35mm and a rare screening of Kinetta. Lanthimos will be in person for a special conversation on January 11, featuring screenings of Barry Lyndon and The Favourite.
By Film at Lincoln Center on December 29, 2018
Every year, we invite our staff to pick their top 10 films of the year, as well to answer a few questions about their most memorable cinematic experiences of 2018. Happy New Year from everyone here at the Film Society of Lincoln Center!
By Jordan Raup on December 14, 2018
The Film Society of Lincoln Center has announced the full lineup of repertory programs and festivals for the winter/spring 2019 season.
Black Panther Comes to Art House Theaters Nationwide with Free Screenings and a Live Q&A with Director Ryan Coogler, November 27
By Jordan Raup on November 16, 2018
Black Panther returns to the big screen with free screenings at nonprofit art house theaters nationwide on Tuesday, November 27 at 4:00pm PT/7:00pm ET.
By Jordan Raup on November 14, 2018
The Film Society of Lincoln Center announces Jacques Tourneur, Fearmaker, a wide-ranging retrospective of Tourneur’s body of work and the largest in New York City since FSLC’s 2002 exhibition.
Christian Petzold: The State We Are In, the Largest U.S. Retrospective of the Acclaimed German Director, Begins November 30
By Jordan Raup on October 31, 2018
Featuring his shorts, features, and rarely seen television work alongside his cinematic influences, with Petzold in person.
By Jordan Raup on October 25, 2018
We present a series of six films by the acclaimed director to coincide with the theatrical release of his Palme d’Or–winning Shoplifters.
By Jordan Raup on October 23, 2018
Including the New York premiere of his latest work, Dead Souls, and the first U.S. screening 15 Hours (2017).
My First Film Fest Showcases Classic and New Cinematic Works for the Next Generation of Movie Lovers
By Jordan Raup on October 18, 2018
This third annual festival for kids and teenagers features family-friendly selections from around the world, including New York premieres, repertory classics, innovative short films, and more.