Our Media Center takes you inside Film at Lincoln Center with photos, videos, and podcasts from our screenings, talks, and events, plus announcements of upcoming programs and coverage of our artist and education initiatives.
Borowczyk was the subject of a long overdue retrospective in 2015, and Film at Lincoln Center is pleased to continue recognizing his cinematic contributions with a special presentation of newly restored versions of his short films with graphic designer and cartoonist Jan Lenica, as well as Konstanty Gordon’s short newsreel documentary about poster art, co-written by Borowczyk.
In 1988, nearly a decade after leaving the US, Robert Kramer and his friend and frequent collaborator Paul “Doc” McIsaac (Ice, Doc’s Kingdom), a physician back after working in Africa, spent five months together traveling the length of Route 1 from the Canadian border to Key West. An Icarus Films release.
The story of Jazz Dance is a complex one and goes to the very heart of humanity. It is a story of triumph over adversity, oppression and privilege, as well as a celebration, because ultimately, what all people have in common is rhythm and a basic human need to get down.
Featuring films: How to Sink a Paper Boat by David Bolger, Stages by Angela Rosales Challis, JoAnn by Meredith Slifkin and Emily Yue, Men by Hanna Brotherus, Cornered (Detainee's Lament) by Peter Sparling, and Bend by Susan Misner. The prerecorded conversation with Bend’s Susan Misner, Troy Ogilvie, and Jeffery Duffy is moderated by Gabri Christa.
DFA Global is pleased to present three short films for this international program: KIELI BI filmed in Kazakhstan, Welcome To A Bright White Limbo filmed in Ireland, and A Monologue in the Intermission filmed in Bulgaria bring together the very different stories of three women and their contrasting experiences dancing. The prerecorded conversation with Cara Holmes and Oona Doherty is moderated by Alastair Macaulay.
92-year old Stuart Hodes leads a group of seniors in a dance, inciting a sense of community and hope. This film explores how we can age with joy and reveals the capacity of the older person to experience unrestrained joy and unwavering determination through dance and art.
Dancing Darkness explores the distinctively personal and profoundly collaborative creative process through the conjuring of Peggy Baker’s latest and most ambitious work. The prerecorded conversation with V. Tony Hauser, Ellen Tomie, and Peggy Baker is moderated by Wendy Perron.
Now in its 14th year this spectacular holiday show has won the hearts of audiences young and old and created a romping holiday tradition in Seattle. Join us, as we draw back the velvet curtain and follow the show's creators and producers, Lily Verlaine and Jasper McCann, in addition to the show's artisans, performers and musicians, and take an irresistible journey into how this magical show is brought to the stage, snow and all. Screening with Pablo Destito and Agustina Videla's Being, a North American Premiere.