Our blog takes you inside the Film Society of 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 June 19, 2018
The Film Society of Lincoln Center presents Fred and Ginger (July 13-15), a complete retrospective of the iconic duo’s shared oeuvre, 85 years after their first collaboration.
By Jordan Raup on June 18, 2018
A complete retrospective of Italian cinema titan Luchino Visconti has smashed box office records for the Film Society of Lincoln Center.
By Film Society on May 14, 2018
“Not many directors have had such a total belief in style. Visconti worked through total artifice as a way to the truth.”—Martin Scorsese…
By Film Society on April 20, 2018
It's always a delight for a programmer to get to present something rare and precious to audiences, and the films of Czech animator Jiri Trnka, screening in the first complete U.S. retrospective starting this Friday here at the Film Society, surely are that.
By Michael Odmark on April 18, 2018
On this week's episode of our podcast, Film Society Editorial Director Michael Koresky discusses The Puppet Master: The Complete Jiri Trnka with programmers Florence Almozini and Irena Kovarova.
By Jordan Raup on March 20, 2018
Revered as the pioneer of a remarkable new genre of animation that utilized puppets, Trnka conveyed the drama and psychology of his characters through his figures’ body language, expressive lighting, and camera movement.
By Jordan Raup on March 8, 2018
We are pleased to announce our spring repertory and festival programs at the Film Society of Lincoln Center, which include the first complete U.S. retrospective of the work of Czech animation master Jiří Trnka, series dedicated to Luchino Visconti and Lucrecia Martel, and more festivals.
By Jordan Raup on January 12, 2018
Following a memorable first part, FSLC is pleased to present the next edition of an ongoing retrospective devoted to Ruiz, among the great visionaries in film history and perhaps its most intrepid explorer of the unconscious.