Do you want to watch some of the best films of the year from home and support Film at Lincoln Center? We've thrilled to announce that we've teamed with distributors to present select new releases at home, all of which recently played in our theaters. Your digital screening purchase will directly support FLC and help us in our mission to remain a vibrant center for cinema culture once this turbulent period is behind us.
UniFrance has suspended international travel for Rendez-Vous with French Cinema festival guests due to health concerns related to COVID-19 (Coronavirus). The festival’s screenings will continue as planned, but unfortunately, most in-person appearances will be canceled.
Featuring 27 feature films and 10 short films from 35 countries with 13 North American Premieres and 4 U.S. Premieres, 15 films directed or co-directed by women, and 15 works by first-time feature filmmakers.
Film at Lincoln Center’s Executive Director Lesli Klainberg announced today that Eugene Hernandez, Deputy Executive Director of the organization, has been named Director of the New York Film Festival. Expanding his role as Director of Programming for FLC, Dennis Lim has now been appointed Director of Programming for the New York Film Festival.
Mendonça Filho and Dornelles’s selection of films charts the rich cinematic universe to which their inventive, anything-goes creation belongs, featuring works by John Carpenter, Sergio Corbucci, Eduardo Coutinho, Sergio Leone, and more, running March 13-24.
Following its historic wins, we're thrilled to announce that the film has extended its run here at Film at Lincoln Center and it will return to our largest screen, the Walter Reade Theater, starting this Friday, February 14.