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By Film at Lincoln Center on January 13, 2021
Veteran editor, producer, and director Sam Pollard is among cinema’s most dedicated chroniclers of the Black experience in America, moving freely across film and long-form television as well as narrative and documentary for the past four decades.
By Film at Lincoln Center on January 7, 2021
As World of Wong Kar Wai, the career-spanning retrospective of the Hong Kong auteur, continues its run in our Virtual Cinema, it's hard not to get lost in the beautiful imagery that put the director on the map. We asked the Film at Lincoln Center community, via Instagram and Twitter, for their favorite shots from a Wong Kar Wai film.
By Film at Lincoln Center on December 22, 2020
This week on the Film at Lincoln Center podcast, tune into a conversation with Wong Kar Wai, cinematographer Christopher Doyle, and actress Brigitte Lin from the 46th NYFF in 2008, moderated by J. Hoberman. Watch Ashes of Time Redux in our Wong Kar Wai retrospective, available nationwide.
By Film at Lincoln Center on November 13, 2020
Get tickets to the monumental retrospective now! Film at Lincoln Center and Janus Films present World of…
By Film at Lincoln Center on October 30, 2020
With our career-spanning retrospective now underway through November 5 in the FLC Virtual Cinema, Oscar-winning filmmakers Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman joined programmer Dan Sullivan to discuss their monumental oeuvre and its historic contributions to LGBTQ+ history.
By Film at Lincoln Center on October 21, 2020
With a career spanning almost four decades, Oscar-winning filmmakers Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman have been creating seminal documentaries that have changed the course of…
By Film at Lincoln Center on October 17, 2020
Over the past 15 years, Pietro Marcello has been quietly redefining contemporary Italian cinema. From exploring economic changes in Italy in his first documentary, Crossing the Line, to his latest adaption of Jack London’s novel, Martin Eden, Marcello never fails to beautifully blend the boundaries of narrative and documentary.