Jim Jarmusch making an appearance at the Film Society last night. Photo by Godlis

Jim Jarmusch has always been a welcome presence here at the Film Society of Lincoln Center, his films having captivated audiences both at the New York Film Festival and around the globe. This week was no different. For the past nine days, we celebrated Jarmusch’s cinematic output with an 11-film retrospective, complete with short films and music videos that Jarmusch had a hand in creating. As an added special treat, Jarmusch appeared in person last night following a screening of his 1995 feature, Dead Man, for a discussion with Director of Programming Dennis Lim. Afterward, the renowned filmmaker introduced a screening of his 1986 Down by Law.

Jarmusch and Dennis Lim taking a question from the audience after a screening of Dead Man. Photo by Godlis

Jarmusch, with Lim, answering a question after a screening of Dead Man. Photo by Godlis

And although the retrospective ends tonight, Jarmusch fever will continue at the Film Society. Only Lovers Left Alive, the latest feature from Jarmusch, co-starring Tilda Swinton, Tom Hiddleston, and Jeffrey Wright, opens here tomorrow for a long-awaited theatrical run. The director will be on hand for both the 7pm and 10pm screenings tomorrow.

To get you in the mood for Only Lovers Left Alive's upcoming release, we're providing a few photos and some video footage from the film's New York premiere screeninings at the New York Film Festival last October. 

Only Lovers Left Alive's Jeffrey Wright and Tilda Swinton on the red carpet with director Jim Jarmusch. Photo by Silvia Saponaro 

Jarmusch answering an audience member's question after a screening of Only Lovers Left Alive at the NYFF. Photo by Barbara Anastacio.

And if you're looking to check out some of the great video content available on our YouTube channel, feel free to watch previous Jim Jarmusch Q&As that have taken place right here at the Film Society.