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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.

Marcello Mastroianni Career Retrospective Starts May 17

A 28-film retrospective honoring one of the 20th century’s greatest movie stars, Marcello Mastroianni, May 17-31.

New York African Film Festival Returns

Akin Omotoso’s South African drama Vaya will screen on Opening Night and Sewmehon Yismaw’s Ewir Amora Kelabi is the festival's Centerpiece.​

Acclaimed Authors to Present Films in Print Screen, Returning This Spring

Authors Paul La Farge, Katie Kitamura, Hari Kunzru, and Yuri Herrera will present influential films, followed by discussions and book signings.

Lineup Announced for Art of the Real

Theo Anthony’s Rat Film will open the festival, which includes boundary-pushing discoveries, as well as live events and tributes. Documentary Redefined.

We Need Your Support Now More Than Ever

We hope that today you'll consider joining us for this year's Chaplin Gala to express your support for the work of the Film Society of Lincoln Center.

Lincoln Center Urges Continued Support for Federal Arts Funding

The 11 arts organizations of Lincoln Center stand firmly in favor of continued federal funding for the National Endowment for the Arts, the Corporation for…

Sound + Vision Festival Combines Live Music and Film This April

See live performances of original scores by the Alloy Orchestra and acclaimed musicians Matthew Nolan, Rachel Grimes, and Erik Friedlander.

Participants Announced for Second Annual Industry Academy

Women in Film, Cinetic Media, Magnolia Pictures, IFC Films, and Rooftop Films are among the companies with participants in the program.

Jean-Pierre Léaud Career Retrospective Starts March 29

Pay tribute to the legendary actor’s irresistible presence and undeniable legacy in an expansive 20-film retrospective, presented almost entirely on 35mm.

Save the National Endowment for the Arts

To preserve the human and economic benefits of the arts, we urge continued federal support for the National Endowment for the Arts.
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