Tickets on sale Friday, July 26 at noon.

A noted influence on Ryûsuke Hamaguchi, Hirokazu Kore-eda, and Kiyoshi Kurosawa, among many others, Shinji Sōmai was a consummate filmmaker’s filmmaker, and Moving is one of his most remarkable achievements. It follows the gradual, frequently messy untangling of love between a divorced couple in Kyoto as experienced by their 11-year-old daughter Renko (Tomoko Tabata, giving easily one of the greatest child performances in film), but evolves into something altogether stranger and more elemental by its conclusion. What’s so exceptional about Moving is its frank understanding of adolescent feeling and the emotional fluctuations borne out by loss and growing up, rendered in an exquisite color palette and via dexterous long takes. It’s a film that is as genuinely heartbreaking as it is funny and touching. This August, Film at Lincoln Center is thrilled to present the long overdue New York theatrical release of Moving in its brand-new 4K restoration, which won the Best Restored Film Award at the 2023 Venice Classics. A selection of the Un Certain Regard section at the 1993 Cannes Film Festival. A Cinema Guild release.

The 4K restoration was completed in 2023 by Yomiuri Telecasting Corporation under the supervision of the film’s cinematographer, Toyomichi Kurita.