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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.
By Jordan Raup on October 16, 2020
Today on the Film at Lincoln Center Podcast we’re featuring a conversation with Pietro Marcello, whose NYFF favorite Martin Eden opens in our Virtual Cinema today along with a weeklong four-film retrospective.
By Jordan Raup on February 5, 2020
Today, we’re sharing a conversation with German master Angela Schanelec from the 57th New York Film Festival, where she presented her radical new film I Was at Home, But…
By Film at Lincoln Center on January 9, 2020
German director Angela Schanelec’s films have a rhythm and tone all their own—mysterious yet moving, they unearth the metaphysics rumbling beneath the placid surface of everyday life.
By Jordan Raup on January 2, 2020
They discussed the worldwide acclaim for the film, the twists beyond the first act, and the future of their long-running collaboration. Starting January 7, join the director in person for a career-spanning retrospective!
By Jordan Raup on December 20, 2019
In conjunction with our retrospective, Rosalie Varda talked to us about Varda's luminous body of work, film by film.
By Film at Lincoln Center on December 10, 2019
Including a complete retrospective of Berlin School director Angela Schanelec; a career-spanning retrospective of Bong Joon Ho's varied and masterful films in light of the international acclaim of Parasite; and a carte-blanche from Bacurau (NYFF57) directors Kleber Mendonça Filho and Juliano Dornelles, and more.
By Film at Lincoln Center on November 21, 2019
Film at Lincoln Center is honored to present a comprehensive, career-spanning retrospective of the luminous filmmaker’s vast canon.
By Jordan Raup on November 20, 2019
Our programmers preview our New Korean Cinema series and then Rosalie Varda discusses Varda by Agnés. Both start Friday!
By Jordan Raup on November 12, 2019
To kick off our Jessica Hausner retrospective this past weekend, the director was joined by star Emily Beecham for a sneak preview of Little Joe.