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

Lineup Announced for 18th Edition of Film Comment Selects

The cinematic showcase returns with a selection of titles curated by the magazine’s editors, offering strikingly bold visions, mixing New York premieres of new films and long-unseen older titles that deserve the big-screen treatment.

Life Is a Dream: The Films of Raúl Ruiz (Part 2) Begins February 9

Following a memorable first part, FSLC is pleased to present the next edition of an ongoing retrospective devoted to Ruiz, among the great visionaries in film history and perhaps its most intrepid explorer of the unconscious.

Film Society Staff Top 10 Lists 2017

Every year, we invite our staff to pick their top 10 films of the year, as well to answer a few questions about their most memorable cinematic experiences of 2017.

27th New York Jewish Film Festival Lineup Announced

Among the oldest and most influential Jewish film festivals worldwide, the NYJFF each year presents the finest documentary, narrative, and short films from around the world that explore the diverse Jewish experience.

Winter/Spring 2018 New Releases and Revivals Announced

The Film Society of Lincoln Center has announced its lineup of new releases for the 2018 winter/spring season, featuring Philippe Garrel’s Lover for a Day,…

Winter/Spring 2018 Repertory and Festival Lineup Announced

The Film Society of Lincoln Center has announced its full lineup of repertory programs and festivals for the 2018 winter/spring season, featuring many of our annual series.

Emotion Pictures: International Melodrama, a Sweeping 62-Film Tribute, Begins December 13

Spanning 89 years of rapturous cinema history, from December 13-January 7, join us for a historical survey of the genre that boldly endeavors to put emotion on screen in its purest form.

The Close-Up: Richard Linklater On Cinema

On this week's podcast, Richard Linklater discusses his cinematic influences. The director's latest film, Last Flag Flying, starring Steve Carell, Bryan Cranston, and Laurence Fishburne, had its world premiere as the Opening Night film at the 55th New York Film Festival, and it is now playing in theaters.

The Non-Actor, a Historical Survey Spanning Over 40 Films, Begins November 24

A historical survey of the myriad ways in which filmmakers have used so-called amateurs to reimagine the language of cinema and to investigate—and perhaps fundamentally change—the medium’s relationship with the realities it depicts.

Discover the Lost Years of German Cinema this November

The Lost Years of German Cinema: 1949–1963, a 13-film series of under-appreciated and rediscovered gems from the postwar era, will be presented November 15-23 at the Film Society of Lincoln Center.
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