World Premiere · Q&A with Roee Messinger & Esaw SnipesThis one-of-a-kind hybrid fiction-documentary, which will screen free to the public, engages the services of two actual legal teams to create a rigorous, legally based fictional—yet unscripted—trial that never happened for one of the nation’s most disturbing recent tragedies.
Q&A with Francis Ford Coppola, Maurice Hines, and James RemarCoppola recovered lost negatives to bring The Cotton Club, his sophisticated, witty, and wildly ambitious evocation of thirties genre cinema, back to its original length and luster, with restored sound and image.
New York Premiere · Extended discussion with Todd Phillips, Joaquin Phoenix, producer Emma Tillinger Koskoff, production designer Mark Friedberg & cinematographer Lawrence SherThe Joker has gone through many transformations and iterations, but his origin story has never been as vividly or shockingly imagined and realized as it is here. Join us for a special screening and discussion with the creative team behind this truly disturbing vision, led by director Todd Phillips and Joaquin Phoenix.
Free and open to the public!We are pleased to present a free talk and screening of the latest film from acclaimed director Lynne Ramsay (You Were Never Really Here), the half-hour documentary Brigitte, about portrait photographer Brigitte Lacombe.
Presented by Warby ParkerIn this special discussion, Assayas will talk about the process of turning real events into creative fictions. Starring Penélope Cruz and Édgar Ramirez, Wasp Network is based on Fernando Morais’s meticulously researched 2015 book The Last Soldiers of the Cold War.
Free and open to the public!Film at Lincoln Center pays tribute to a titan of independent cinema with a panel of New Yorkers who knew him well. Moderated by Columbia University film professor Annette Insdorf, the talk will include his collaborators Ethan Coen, John Turturro, and film distributor Eamonn Bowles.
New York Premiere · Introduction by Benny Safdie & Josh Safdie on Oct. 12On the heels of their propulsive Good Time, the Safdie Brothers raise their game with another unhinged New York odyssey coasting on the sweaty highs and lows of a hapless protagonist and the frenetic pace of a city spinning out of control.