New Release


Q&As with Alla Kovgan on Dec. 15 · Screening in 2-D and 3-D (see details below)

This painstakingly constructed new documentary charts the artistic evolution of choreographer Merce Cunningham and immerses the viewer in the precise rhythms and dynamic movements of his work through a 3D process that allows us to step inside the dance.

Directed by Alla Kovgan

New Release

Varda by Agnès

The New York Times Critic's Pick

In her final work, partially constructed of onstage interviews and lectures, interspersed with a wealth of clips and archival footage, Agnès Varda guides us through her career, from her movies to her remarkable still photography to the delightful and creative installation work. An NYFF57 selection.

Directed by Agnès Varda

Event December 19, 2019

Special 20th Anniversary Screening: The Limey with Steven Soderbergh

A British criminal (Terence Stamp) gets out of prison and promptly heads to sunny Los Angeles to hunt down the man (Peter Fonda) responsible for the death of his daughter in Steven Soderbergh’s radical, fragmentary take on the film noir. Join special guests in celebrating this seminal work of American film modernism on the occasion of its 20th anniversary.
New Release


25th Anniversary 4K Restoration!

Among the world’s most respected and transformative filmmakers, Béla Tarr made his international breakthrough with this astonishing, seven-and-a-half hour adaptation of the novel by László Krasznahorkai about the arrival of a false prophet in a small farming collective during the waning days of Communism.

Directed by Béla Tarr

Festival January 15 - 28, 2020

New York Jewish Film Festival 2020

The Jewish Museum and Film at Lincoln Center are delighted to continue their partnership to bring you the 29th annual New York Jewish Film Festival, presenting films from around the world that explore the Jewish experience.
New Release Opens January 24, 2020

Zombi Child

Bertrand Bonello injects urgency and history into the well-worn walking-dead genre with this unconventional plunge into horror-fantasy, moving fluidly between 1962 Haiti, where a young man known as Clairvius Narcisse is made into a zombie by his resentful brother, and a contemporary Paris girls’ boarding school attended by Clairvius’s direct descendant.

Directed by Bertrand Bonello

New Release Opens February 14, 2020

I Was at Home, But…

An elliptical yet emotionally lucid variation on the domestic drama, the latest film by German director Angela Schanelec intricately navigates the psychological contours of a Berlin family in crisis.

Directed by Angela Schanelec

New Release Opens February 28, 2020

The Whistlers

Leading Romanian director Corneliu Porumboiu has made his first all-out genre film—a playful, swift, and elegant neo-noir about an easily corruptible Bucharest police detective who must learn a clandestine, tribal language, improbably made entirely out of whistling.

Directed by Corneliu Porumboiu

New Release Opens March 06, 2020


In this wild shape-shifter, a vibrant, richly diverse backcountry Brazilian town finds its sun-dappled day-to-day disturbed when its inhabitants become the targets of a group of armed mercenaries. Bacurau is a vividly angry power-to-the-people fable like no other.

Directed by Kleber Mendonça Filho, Juliano Dornelles


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