VenueWalter Reade Theater
To celebrate the kick-off event double feature, all attendees will receive complimentary popcorn and soda! Plus, join us following the screening for a reception from 7-8pm in the Furman Gallery, featuring Two Chicks cocktails, ice pops, games, photo booth, and a special playlist.
Register in advance* to be automatically entered to win special prizes, including Film at Lincoln Center memberships, tote bags, Film Comment subscriptions, and more. Additional details will be sent to registered attendees by June 26.
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Film at Lincoln Center is honored to start the 50th Mixtape with a tribute to Agnès Varda, who passed away in March at the age of 90, and the 1962 classic that announced her as one of cinema’s premier artistic voices. Following her 1954 debut feature La Pointe Courte (a forerunner of the French New Wave) and several short films, Varda made this singular account of a pop singer’s sudden confrontation with cancer, starring Corinne Marchand as the titular character and featuring a wonderful cameo from the late Michel Legrand, who also composed the film’s score. Both a spirited depiction of Paris in the ’60s and a substantive take on the female psyche, Cleo from 5 to 7 endures for its intelligent perspective on the strong, unpredictable emotions that arise when facing one’s mortality.
Special thanks to Ella Sahlman for curating the playlist.
This screening is part of our free weekly double features this summer to celebrate Film at Lincoln Center’s 50th anniversary.
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*Registering for tickets helps us monitor capacity and ensure a smooth event. Registration does not guarantee a seat. Free tickets will be distributed on a first-come, first-served basis starting one hour prior to each screening. Limit one ticket per person, subject to availability.