This week on the Film at Lincoln Center podcast, we’re featuring a programmers preview of our Yoshimitsu Morita retrospective and a conversation from the 60th New York Film Festival between filmmakers Joanna Hogg & Kelly Reichardt. 

First up, listen to programmers Dan Sullivan and Aiko Masubuchi dive into the career and films of Yoshimitsu Morita, one of the most fascinatingly idiosyncratic and prolific directors in modern Japanese cinema.

Our Yoshimitsu Morita retrospective takes place through December 11 with special introductions during opening weekend. Get tickets and All-Access Passes here.

After the preview, we’re revisiting an NYFF60 conversation with The Eternal Daughter director Joanna Hogg and Showing Up director Kelly Reichardt. Two of the leading auteurs of contemporary cinema, Joanna Hogg and Kelly Reichardt have built acclaimed bodies of work that stand out for their epic existential scope and intimate emotional textures. With The Eternal Daughter and Showing Up, respectively, Hogg and Reichardt take their filmmaking into new territories, exploring the poetic and prosaic imbrications of life and art, particularly in the personal and professional worlds of female artists. 

We were pleased to bring Hogg and Reichardt together for a conversation about their singular career trajectories, their distinctive approaches to writing and directing, and the process of translating personal experience into universally resonant stories of women on the verge of creative transcendence. NYFF60 Talks were presented by HBO.

Joanna Hogg’s The Eternal Daughter is now playing in our theaters. Get showtimes and tickets here.

Watch/listen to the discussions below and don’t forget to subscribe here for more filmmaker conversations.