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.

Agnès Varda Retrospective Coming This December to Film at Lincoln Center

Film at Lincoln Center announces its holiday series, a career-spanning retrospective of Agnès Varda, the most comprehensive survey to date of the late filmmaker’s vast canon, opening December 20 through January 9 and presented in partnership with Janus Films.

Convergence Brings Virtual Reality and Immersive Cinema Projects to NYFF57

The eighth edition of the annual program delves into innovative modes of storytelling via interactive experiences, featuring Virtual Reality, Immersive Cinema, game play, and more.

NYFF57 Projections Lineup Announced

Projections features 40 short and feature films, representing 21 countries with six world premieres, six North American premieres, and 19 U.S. premieres.

57th New York Film Festival Main Slate Announced

This year’s Main Slate showcases films from 17 different countries, including new titles from celebrated auteurs, extraordinary work from directors making their NYFF debuts, and captivating features that earned acclaim at international festivals.

Edward Norton’s Motherless Brooklyn Announced as NYFF57 Closing Night Film

In an unusually bold adaptation, writer-director Edward Norton has transplanted the main character of Jonathan Lethem’s best-selling novel Motherless Brooklyn from modern Brooklyn into an entirely new, richly woven neo-noir narrative, re-set in 1950s New York.

Lineup Announced for Two Free Women: Lily Tomlin & Jane Wagner

A testament to the collaborative nature of art and show business, the career of beloved comic actor Lily Tomlin has long been intimately connected to that of her partner Jane Wagner.

Sci-Fi Visionary: Piotr Szulkin Celebrates One of Poland’s Most Revolutionary Filmmakers

Szulkin’s profoundly imaginative films can be viewed as existential tales, absurdist parables, or premonitions about modern society’s hostility and the evils of totalitarianism.

Noah Baumbach’s Marriage Story Announced as NYFF57 Centerpiece

Noah Baumbach’s new film is about the rapid tangling and gradual untangling of impetuosity, resentment, and abiding love between a married couple negotiating their divorce and the custody of their son.

Martin Scorsese’s The Irishman Will World Premiere as Opening Night of NYFF57

Starring Robert De Niro, Al Pacino, and Joe Pesci, The Irishman is a richly textured epic of American crime, a dense, complex story told with astonishing fluidity.

Full Lineup Announced for Make My Day: American Movies in the Age of Reagan

On the occasion of this essential new book’s publication, Film at Lincoln Center will present a series of special double features selected by Hoberman from the films he discusses.
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