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By Film at Lincoln Center on May 25, 2021
Film at Lincoln Center announces Big Screen Summer: NYFF58 Redux (June 11 – August 26), celebrating the city’s long-awaited return to the cinema with…
By Film at Lincoln Center on November 2, 2020
Film at Lincoln Center announces that the historic 58th edition of the New York Film Festival (NYFF), reconceived this year to incorporate drive-in and virtual screenings, was among the organization’s most attended editions, reaching an array of new audiences across the country and the world.
By Devika Girish on October 28, 2020
The director of Simone Barbes or Virtue joined us for a sprawling conversation with Serge Bozon about the making and the enduring legacy of her "criminally underlooked" debut film.
By Film at Lincoln Center on October 24, 2020
Among this year’s Revivals selections is a pair of intimate, rarely seen portraits of two towering figures of American history: Terrence Dixon’s Meeting the Man: James Baldwin in Paris and William Klein’s Muhammad Ali, the Greatest.
By Film at Lincoln Center on October 22, 2020
To expand on the timely questions raised by NYFF58 selections, NYFF Talks programmer Devika Girish moderated a roundtable conversation with a group of film artists and writers about the cinematic representation of protest and police brutality.
By Film Comment on October 19, 2020
A group of NYFF58 directors touched upon their varied (and very entertaining!) experiences of cinema growing up, the particularities of making films in their countries and navigating the international festival circuit in the West, and the importance of both specificity and universality in their cinematic visions.