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All the latest news from Film at Lincoln Center including lineups for our series, festivals, and events, plus information about our education and artist initiatives.

Saving History: Films in Need of Restoration

To celebrate Caro Diario and continue our series of online community conversations, we asked movie lovers to tell us which films they would most like to see receive a new restoration. Featuring works by Claire Denis, Edward Yang, Elaine May, Robert Bresson, G. Aravindan, Gillian Armstrong, King Vidor, Marguerite Duras, Derek Jarman, Jia Zhangke, Hou Hsiao-hsien, Sergei Parajanov, and more, it's a treasure trove awaiting a new audience.

Great Films That Take Place in a Single Day

Richard Linklater's Before trilogy was far and away the fan favorite, while films from Spike Lee, Agnès Varda, Jim Jarmusch, Shirley Clarke, Éric Rohmer, Jafar Panahi, the Safdie Brothers, Chantal Akerman, Michael Mann, Sean Baker, Leos Carax, and more were also selected.

48th Dance on Camera Festival Goes Digital

Dance Films Association and Film at Lincoln Center are excited to announce that the 48th edition of the Dance on Camera Festival will take place July 17-20, 2020 as a digital film Festival. 

Hong Sangsoo, Mysteries of Lisbon, Tommaso & More Coming to FLC’s Virtual Cinema

FLC's Virtual Cinema was launched in response to the coronavirus crisis and showcases a wide-ranging mix of new releases, recent festival favorites, and repertory titles that movie lovers in New York and elsewhere are able to enjoy from the safety and comfort of their own homes.

Film at Lincoln Center Unveils New Structure and Programming Team for New York Film Festival

Film at Lincoln Center announced today that the 58th New York Film Festival (NYFF), taking place from September 25th through October 11th, will feature changes to the festival's programming structure and new selection committee and advisory roles. The festival is also exploring a combination of both in-person and digital experiences, as circumstances allow.

58th New York Film Festival Submissions Now Open!

Submissions are now open through June 12, 2020. While the festival features films in a number of categories, ONLY submissions of short content (40 minutes or less) are accepted. NYFF is non-competitive and all sections are carefully curated by the Selection Committee and supporting programmers. 

Spoilers! The Most Surprising Movie Moments

Albert Serra’s provocative period piece Liberté and Quentin Dupieux’s rollicking, absurdist tale Deerskin…

Support FLC on Giving Tuesday Now and Access Never-Before-Seen Q&As with David Lynch, Claire Denis, Wes Anderson & More

Giving Tuesday Now is a global day of giving and unity organized as an emergency response to the unprecedented need resulting from COVID-19.

Long Time Coming: The Best Epic Films to Add to Your To-Watch List

Playing now in the FLC Virtual Cinema, Béla Tarr's newly restored Sátántangó is an epic masterwork, its generous seven hour and nineteen minute runtime making it ideal for long viewings during quarantine times.

Human Rights Watch Film Festival Announces First Digital Edition, June 11-20

Expanding its reach beyond New York City, the festival today announces the first eight  films of the line up that will enjoy their U.S. Digital Festival Premieres, making the films available nationwide.
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