Limited 🎟️ remain for the North American premiere of our #NYFF61 Spotlight Gala selection, @maestrofilm, on Monday, October 2 from David Geffen Hall!In his directorial follow-up to A STAR IS BORN, Bradley Cooper dramatizes the public and private lives of legendary musician Leonard Bernstein with sensitivity, visual ingenuity, and symphonic splendor. Coasting on the boundless energy of its subject’s runaway genius, MAESTRO transports the viewer back to a vividly re-created postwar New York, when Bernstein (Cooper) began his stratospheric rise to international fame as both a conductor and composer, and also when he first met Felicia (Carey Mulligan), the actress whom he would marry and spend his life with. MAESTRO is a tender, often intensely emotional film about the different faces one wears when living in the public eye, depicting the complicated yet devoted decades-spanning relationship between Leonard and Felicia. Fueled by Cooper and Mulligan’s perfectly matched duet of towering performances, Matthew Libatique’s balletic cinematography, and, of course, Bernstein’s thrilling music, MAESTRO is a tour de force for its director.The New York Film Festival audience will experience MAESTRO with the ultra-vivid colors of Dolby Vision and the immersive sound of Dolby Atmos. A Dolby Vision projection system and a Dolby Atmos sound system will be installed by Dolby and its technical partners in David Geffen Hall specifically for the MAESTRO premiere, transforming the venue into a state-of-the-art cinema equipped with Dolby’s cutting-edge technology for the one-night-only experience.Secure your tickets to our 6pm and 9:45pm screenings now ➡️ filmlinc.org/tix.
Lovely seeing Justine Triet (director of the #NYFF61 Main Slate selection, ANATOMY OF A FALL) grace the cover of the latest issue of @filmmakermag, an issue also featuring an interview with Todd Haynes, director of the Opening Night selection, MAY DECEMBER! We truly ❤️ to see it!
Hayao Miyazaki, outside the Walter Reade Theater in 1999, visiting New York for the #NYFF37 Main Slate selection, PRINCESS MONONOKE.The U.S. Premiere of Miyazaki's latest film, THE BOY AND THE HERON, will screen in the Spotlight section of #NYFF61 on October 1, 2, 12 & 14!📸: @godlis
It's a hit, man!With the news that Richard Linklater's HIT MAN has been acquired for distribution by @netflix, be sure to catch the film's U.S Premiere in the Spotlight section of #NYFF61 on October 3, 4 & 7.In a wily and charismatic star turn, Glen Powell plays straight-laced philosophy professor Gary Johnson, who moonlights as an undercover hit man for the New Orleans Police Department. Preternaturally gifted at inhabiting different guises and personalities to catch hapless people hoping to bump off their enemies, Gary begins to descend into morally dubious territory when he finds himself attracted to one of those potential criminals, a young woman named Madison (Adria Arjona)—setting off a chain reaction of play-acting and false selves. Richard Linklater’s peppy sunlit neo-noir—based on an improbable true story, with a few wild embellishments—is a continually surprising delight: co-written by Linklater and Powell, it’s a cleverly existential comedy about identity that deepens in meaning as it escalates in absurdity.Single 🎟️ go on sale tomorrow at 12pm EST: filmlinc.org/tix📸 courtesy of @glenpowell.
R.I.P. to the great photographer & filmmaker Horace Ové (1936-2023). We will honor his legacy at this year’s festival with the joint World Premiere of a new restoration of his fiction feature debut, PRESSURE, an #NYFF61 Revivals selection screening on October 11, 12 & 13.
A reminder to all #NYFF61 Pass holders & @FilmLinc Members: pre-sale ends TONIGHT at midnight, with sales resuming this Tuesday at noon ET for the general public.Get 🎟️ while you still can: filmlinc.org/tix
Now on the FLC podcast, listen to a conversation with REMEMBERING EVERY NIGHT director Yui Kiyohara from this year’s edition of New Directors/New Films.Listen to the episode at filmlinc.org/flcpodcast or wherever you subscribe to podcasts.🎧REMEMBERING EVERY NIGHT and the director's first feature, OUR HOUSE, are now playing at FLC with special 2-for-1 pricing! Learn more and get 🎟️: filmlinc.org/night
🎂 Happy birthday Bong Joon-ho, born #OTD in 1969! 🎉Bong has had three films featured in the #NYFF Main Slate, including THE HOST (#NYFF44), MOTHER (#NYFF47), and PARASITE (#NYFF57).
🗓️ In just one week, #NYFF61 single tickets will go on sale! ⏰ What are you most looking forward to? We recommend planning your @thenyff viewing schedule in advance to prepare for next Tuesday, September 19, at 12pm ET ➡️ filmlinc.org/guide.
🇧🇷 Kleber Mendonça Filho’s PICTURES OF GHOSTS has been chosen to represent Brazil in the International Feature category at next year's Academy Awards! 🇧🇷The film makes its U.S. Premiere in the Main Slate of #NYFF61 on Oct. 9, 10 & 12! The life of a true cinephile is one constantly haunted by the dead, as the history of the movies is a corridor of ghosts. Brazilian filmmaker and unrepentant cinema obsessive Kleber Mendonça Filho’s new documentary serves as a poignant testament to the liminal state of movie love, telling, in three chapters, the story of his cinematic world—namely the city of Recife, where his youthful film education took place. At theaters like the Veneza and the São Luiz, Mendonça discovered a popular art form that would change his life; today, with the landscape of the city altering drastically, he surveys its empty rooms now pregnant with memories. This moving and playful film, as much about the architectural and social structures of a city as about the movies that inspire and haunt us, honors the personal spaces that are also the communal lifeblood of our urban centers Single 🎟️ go on sale Tuesday, September 19 at 12pm ET: filmlinc.org/guide
Exciting news for Nuri Bilge Ceylan's ABOUT DRY GRASSES, as Turkey has submitted the film to represent the country in the International Feature race at next year’s Academy Awards. The film makes its U.S. Premiere in the Main Slate of #NYFF61 on October 9 & 10 with director in person! In a village nestled within the wintry landscape of the East Anatolia region of Turkey, an art teacher named Samet (Deniz Celiloglu) is struggling through what he hopes to be his final year at an elementary school. Already tiring of the unforgiving environment, where he has been assigned by the government’s public education system, Samet is further disillusioned and frustrated after a young girl in his class, Sevim, appears to accuse him of inappropriate behavior. The only light on the horizon for Samet is his growing friendship with—and clear attraction to—a teacher from a nearby school, Nuray (Merve Dizdar), a sharp, politically engaged woman unafraid to put the self-involved Samet in his place for his general apathy and narcissism. The latest deeply philosophical drama from Nuri Bilge Ceylan is a work of elegant, novelistic filmmaking, rigorously unpacking questions of belief versus action, the tangible versus the enigmatic, and who we wish to be versus how we live. A centerpiece conversation between Samet and Nuray—capped off by a provocative metacinematic flourish—ranks with Ceylan’s greatest sequences, and Dizdar, who won the Best Actress prize at this year’s Cannes Film Festival, commands every second she’s on screen. A Sideshow/Janus Films release.Single tickets go on sale next Tuesday, September 19 at 12pm ET. Plan your schedule: filmlinc.org/guide
Now on the FLC podcast, listen to a conversation with @koreanfilmarchive’s Young Jin Eric Choi, @subwaycinema’s @goranarts, and critic & lecturer @darcy.paquet about Yu Hyun-mok’s 1961 South Korean classic, AIMLESS BULLET. Listen to the episode at filmlinc.org/flcpodcast or wherever you subscribe to podcasts.🎧AIMLESS BULLET will screen again this Tuesday afternoon at 4pm as part of our new series, Korean Cinema’s Golden Decade: The 1960s! 🎟️: filmlinc.org/koreanyc📸: @photojuice
Congrats to each of this year's winners at #Venezia80, including #NYFF61 selections EVIL DOES NOT EXIST (Silver Lion), GREEN BORDER (Special Jury Prize), POOR THINGS (Golden Lion), and PRISCILLA (Cailee Spaeny for Best Actress)!Single tickets to all films at #NYFF61 go on sale Tuesday, September 19 at noon ET. View our screening schedule to prepare! ➡️ filmlinc.org/schedule
You have to see it to get it: Exciting news for #NYFF61 Main Slate selection, DO NOT EXPECT TOO MUCH FROM THE END OF THE WORLD from director Radu Jude, as today it was announced as Romania’s submission for Best International Feature at the 2024 Academy Awards!Radu Jude's film makes its U.S. Premiere at the festival on October 7 & 12. Single tickets go on sale September 19 at noon ET. Plan your schedule: filmlinc.org/schedule
A few photos of last Sunday's special screening of Chung Chang-wha's SPECIAL AGENT X-7, featuring a live DJ set (by Larry Love and @dedelovelace) performed from the projection booth of the Walter Reade Theater! 🎶 The film is included in our retrospective, Korean Cinema’s Golden Decade: The 1960s.The two DJs will return next Thursday, September 14, at 8:30pm for a second and final performance and screening of the film! 🎟️: filmlinc.org/koreanyc📸: @photojuice
Our giddy face upon learning everything an #NYFF61 Express Pass offers....Receive priority access to #NYFF61 standby 🎟️ and free access to Rush screenings with an Express Pass! Limited quantities are now available for ONLY $99.Learn more ➡️ filmlinc.org/passes
There's less than two weeks remaining in our series, Korean Cinema's Golden Decade: The 1960s, one of the largest retrospectives ever of 1960s Korean Cinema outside of Korea. Don’t miss rarely screened films, several presented on 35mm archival prints!Check out the full schedule above and get your 🎟️: filmlinc.org/koreanyc
"Since arriving in New York City decades ago, attending the NYFF has been my version of going to church. I’m honored to have been asked to create the poster for the 61st NYFF, joining a list of filmmakers, artists, and friends who have done so in the past.”We're beyond thrilled that @jim.jarmusch has created this year's heavenly gorgeous #NYFF61 poster! 😍 🥰Get your limited edition print today: posteritati.com/nyff61
Enjoy two films for the price of one with the animated double feature of Shin Dong-hun's THE STORY OF HONG GIL-DONG (South Korea’s first animated feature film) and his companion piece, HOPI AND CHADOL-BRAW!The two films screen together tomorrow, September 2, at 2:15pm & 4pm, and September 17 at 2:15pm & 3:45pm respectively, as part of our retrospective, Korean Cinema’s Golden Age: The 1960s. 🎟️: filmlinc.org/koreanyc
Check out the new poster for Yorgos Lanthimos’s POOR THINGS, an #NYFF61 Main Slate selection screening on September 30, October 1 & 12!Full schedule 🗓️: filmlinc.org/schedulePasses 🎟️: filmlinc.org/passes
Long considered lost, SPECIAL AGENT X-7 was legendary action director Chung Chang-wha's personal take on the spy genre, and a new version of the film will make its International Premiere this Sunday, September 3, at 8pm as part of Korean Cinema's Golden Decade: The 1960s! An additional screening will take place on Thursday, September 14, at 8:30pm.Screenings of SPECIAL AGENT X-7 will feature a live DJ set (by Larry Love and @dedelovelace) performing from the projection booth to bring their own spin on the film’s score for this spy thriller. 🎶🎟️: filmlinc.org/koreanyc
Check out the new poster for Andrew Haigh’s ALL OF US STRANGERS, an #NYFF61 Main Slate selection screening on October 1, 2, & 8!British director Andrew Haigh, whose 2011 feature breakthrough WEEKEND is among the most widely beloved queer romances of the 21st century, has returned with an expertly modulated, emotionally overwhelming love story suspended in a metaphysical realm. Adam (Andrew Scott), a melancholy screenwriter living alone in a newly built, nearly empty high-rise on the outskirts of London, meets and tentatively begins a passionate relationship with the more extroverted Harry (Paul Mescal), his apparent only neighbor in the building. At the same time, Adam begins another, parallel journey, venturing out to the city’s suburbs to confront his troubled past and perhaps reconcile his unsettled present. Adapted from a 1987 novel by Taichi Yamada, ALL OF US STRANGERS is uncommonly perceptive about the desires, fears, and traumas of a specific generation of gay men while extending into the universal—or perhaps the cosmic—in its depiction of familial love and estrangement. And in a quartet of superb performances, Scott, Mescal, Jamie Bell, and Claire Foy pierce straight to the heart.Full schedule 🗓️: filmlinc.org/schedulePasses 🎟️: filmlinc.org/passes
An atmospheric work by an immensely talented filmmaker, Kim Soo-yong’s MIST has taken its place as one of the high points of 1960s South Korean cinema. MIST screens this Friday at 8:45pm & September 10 at 4pm as part of our retrospective, Korean Cinema's Golden Decade: The 1960s! 🎟️: filmlinc.org/koreanyc
Check out the new poster for Garth Davis's FOE, starring Saoirse Ronan & Paul Mescal, making its World Premiere in the Spotlight section of #NYFF61!#NYFF61 Passes are currently on sale and single tickets will go on sale to the general public on September 19: filmlinc.org/passes
There's no better reason IMO....A limited number of #NYFF61 6-Film and Premier Passes are now back on sale! Don't delay getting your 🎟️: filmlinc.org/passesFilm stills from Aleksei Balabanov's BROTHER 2.h/t @clydefolley
And with that, we bid adieu to our brief time housing the new 70mm print of Paul Thomas Anderson’s BOOGIE NIGHTS!Thanks to everyone who visited FLC over the past seven days to partake in the experience and to our mighty projectionists who had it all run so smoothly! 🎞️ 🎥📸: @photojuice
Feast your eyes on the newly released poster for Bertrand Bonello’s THE BEAST, a Main Slate selection of this year’s festival and making its U.S. premiere at #NYFF61.A filmmaker consistently unafraid to wade through the weird miasma of contemporary life, Bertrand Bonello works from the outside in, dramatizing the psychological toll of the political and cultural world around us. Here he has created a dynamic and disturbing parable that jumps between three different time periods (1910, 2014, and 2044) to diagnose our acute—and perhaps eternal—feelings of estrangement and alienation. Using Henry James’s haunting 1903 short story “The Beast in the Jungle” as his film’s provocative inspiration, Bonello tells the story of a young woman (Léa Seydoux) who undergoes a surgical process to have her DNA—and therefore memories of all her past lives—removed. In so doing, she realizes her fate has long been intertwined, for better and worse, with a young man (George MacKay). Touching on modern anxieties of AI and incel culture, which may recur throughout history as commonly as love and hate, THE BEAST, like all good science-fiction, asks essential questions about the ever-shifting status of humanity itself.#NYFF61 Passes are currently on sale and single tickets will go on sale to the general public on September 19. Learn more: filmlinc.org/passes
“As I watched the exquisite 4K restorations of these two films (a collaboration between StudioCanal and the Criterion Collection), I was struck by how much their stories harmonize with their embattled history. The works, which were Muratova’s first solo outings as a director, overflow with restless, disaffected women beating against the boxes in which society has confined them.”Now New York Times Critic’s Picks, Kira Muratova’s BRIEF ENCOUNTERS (1967) and THE LONG FAREWELL (1971) open, newly restored, in our theaters this Friday, with special 2-for-1 pricing at all screenings! Get 🎟️: filmlinc.org/farewell
Feast your eyes on a few of the gorgeous posters for our upcoming series, Korean Cinema’s Golden Decade: The 1960s!The fun kicks off next Friday, September 1! View the schedule and get 🎟️ now: filmlinc.org/koreanyc
We're thrilled to celebrate National Cinema Day this year! 🎟️ to all screenings at FLC this Sunday, August 27, will only cost $4 each and tickets are now on sale. Films include new 4K restorations of Kira Muratova’s BRIEF ENCOUNTERS & THE LONG FAREWELL, Christian Petzold’s AFIRE, and Ira Sachs’s PASSAGES. What will you see? Explore: filmlinc.org/newreleases
A late Sunday evening pick-me-up: Franz Rogowski in attendance at #NYFF56 to discuss his work in Christian Petzold’s Main Slate selection, TRANSIT.Rogowski can currently be seen at FLC in Ira Sachs’s new feature, PASSAGES, now playing in our theaters. 🎟️: filmlinc.org/passages📸: @juliecfoto
Swipe right and take a 😍 at the new 70mm 🎞️ print of Paul Thomas Anderson’s 1997 masterpiece, BOOGIE NIGHTS, currently playing in our theaters through Thursday only!🎟️: filmlinc.org/boogie📸: @photojuice
Our exclusive run of Paul Thomas Anderson’s BOOGIE NIGHTS on 70mm 🎞️ kicks off today! We’re concluding our tech check now (swipe through for additional videos!) and then it’s time for our screenings to begin. Get 🎟️: filmlinc.org/boogie
Happy 80th birthday to Robert De Niro, born on this day in 1943. 🎂🥳 🎉 De Niro was the recipient of Film at Lincoln Center’s prestigious Chaplin Award at the 44th annual Chaplin Award Gala in 2017.
Tickets are now on sale for #NDNF52 selection REMEMBERING EVERY NIGHT from director Yui Kiyohara!Opening September 15, the film is a treasure of unconventional filmmaking that abounds with simple pleasures, as mysterious & beautiful as everyday life itself.Yui Kiyohara’s first feature, the #NDNF47 selection OUR HOUSE, will also have a theatrical run at FLC beginning September 15! 🎟️: filmlinc.org/night
Happy birthday Wim Wenders, born #OTD in 1945 🥳. Wenders returns to the New York Film Festival this year for his #NYFF61 Main Slate selection, PERFECT DAYS. See PERFECT DAYS and more with an #NYFF61 Pass, on sale & discounted through Thursday! 🎟️: filmlinc.org/passes
Now on the FLC podcast, listen to our conversation with director Ira Sachs about his latest feature, PASSAGES, currently playing in our theaters.Listen to the episode at filmlinc.org/flcpodcast or wherever you subscribe to podcasts.🎧Get 🎟️ to PASSAGES, starring Adèle Exarchopoulos, Franz Rogowski, & Ben Whishaw, at filmlinc.org/passages📸: @photojuice
Director @dopevibrations makes her feature debut with the #NYFF61 Main Slate selection, ALL DIRT ROADS TASTE OF SALT.Check out the poster above and secure your #NYFF61 Pass, on sale & discounted through Thursday! 🎟️ ➡️ filmlinc.org/passes
Director Yorgos Lanthimos (THE LOBSTER #NYFF53, THE FAVOURITE #NYFF56) returns to the festival this year with the #NYFF61 Main Slate selection, POOR THINGS.Check out the poster above and then secure your #NYFF61 Pass, on sale and discounted through Thursday, August 17! 🎟️ ➡️ filmlinc.org/passes
Now on the FLC podcast, listen to our conversation with director Sofia Coppola about her 2013 docudrama, THE BLING RING.Listen to the episode at filmlinc.org/flcpodcast or wherever you subscribe to podcasts.🎧Coppola's new feature, @PriscillaMovie, is the Centerpiece selection of #NYFF61! Secure your pass to the festival and save: filmlinc.org/passes
You too can dress like the stars 😍: The first 10 ticketholders at our 6:15pm and 8:15pm screenings of PASSAGES on Saturday, August 5, and Sunday, August 6, will receive a limited edition PASSAGES Fashion Lookbook! After all, New York Fashion Week is just around the corner…Get your 🎟️ to Ira Sachs's new feature: filmlinc.org/passages
FLC and @subwaycinema are thrilled to announce “Korean Cinema’s Golden Decade: The 1960s,” a sweeping retrospective featuring 24 films from this remarkable period in Korean film history. The series will run from September 1–17 and is one of the largest retrospectives ever of 1960s Korean Cinema outside of Korea, including many rarely screened films, several presented on 35mm archival prints. Tickets will go on sale on tomorrow, August 3 at 2pm, with an early access period for FLC Members starting at noon.View the lineup & schedule: filmlinc.org/koreanyc“Korean Cinema’s Golden Decade: The 1960s” is sponsored by MUBI GO.
Ben Wishaw IS Martin and WE are not worthy... Ira Sachs's latest masterful work of psychosexual intensity, PASSAGES, opens in our theaters this Friday, proudly presented unrated! Get 🎟️ and bring a date (or two...): filmlinc.org/passages
Now on the FLC podcast, listen to our archival conversation with director Todd Haynes about his 1995 masterpiece, SAFE.Listen to the episode at filmlinc.org/flcpodcast or wherever you subscribe to podcasts.🎧Haynes's new feature, MAY DECEMBER, is the Opening Night selection of #NYFF61! Secure your pass to this year’s festival & save (thru August 17!) at filmlinc.org/passes
A surprising good vs. evil comedy-drama-thriller that brilliantly invokes popcorn cinema while tackling multiple issues (from bullying to religious cults and all their attendant human fallout) with sardonic aplomb, Lim Oh-jeong's HAIL TO HELL makes its North American premiere as part of @newyorkasianfilmfestival tomorrow evening, July 29, at 9:30pm. 🇰🇷Get tickets: filmlinc.org/asian
Franz. Rogowski.That's it, that's the post.PASSAGES opens in our theaters next Friday, August 4, with director Ira Sachs in person for a Q&A at the 8:15pm screening. 🎟️: filmlinc.org/passages
12 WEEKS, director Anna Isabelle Matutina’s bold narrative feature debut, covers the struggle of attempting to seek a safe abortion in a devoutly pro-life nation.12 WEEKS makes its International premiere this Wednesday evening at 6:15pm as part of this year’s @newyorkasianfilmfestival, followed by a Q&A with Matutina.Learn more and get 🎟️ at filmlinc.org/asian
“Learn the names @savanahleaf, first-time feature filmmaker, and @tia.nomore, first-time feature actress, right now, because their debut film EARTH MAMA is a shimmering stunner.” - @indiewire Savanah Leaf's remarkable debut feature, EARTH MAMA, concludes its run in our theaters this Sunday!Get 🎟️ to The New York Times Critic's Pick: filmlinc.org/earth
Remembering the late, great Philip Seymour Hoffman today, born #OTD in 1967.Seen above with his co-star Catherine Keener at #NYFF43 for the Main Slate selection, CAPOTE.Watch the CAPOTE press conference from #NYFF43 featuring Philip Seymour Hoffman and director Bennett Miller on @filmlinc’s YouTube channel.📸: @godlis
The @MetOpera's Peabody and Emmy Award-winning series Met Opera: Live in HD returns to FLC for the 2023-2024 season! Experience the Met live from the stage of the Metropolitan Opera House at the Walter Reade Theater—specially equipped with high definition screens and surround sound.Tickets go on sale for FLC members this Monday (and to the General Public this Wednesday) at noon ET.View the entire 2023-2024 lineup and plan your schedule at filmlinc.org/methd2023
Now on the FLC podcast and YouTube, watch/listen to our conversation with the great 🇩🇪 filmmaker Christian Petzold about his new film, AFIRE.Listen to the episode at filmlinc.org/flcpodcast or wherever you subscribe to podcasts.🎧A New York Times Critic's Pick, AFIRE is now playing in our theaters daily! Get 🎟️: filmlinc.org/afire📸: @photojuice
In just two weeks, Ira Sachs's sexy, scandalous, MPA-disapproved new film, PASSAGES, opens in our theaters!Sachs will join us in person for a Q&A following the 8:15pm screening on Friday, August 4! Get 🎟️: filmlinc.org/passages
Tickets are now on sale for BRIEF ENCOUNTERS (1967) and THE LONG FAREWELL (1971), two classics from late Ukrainian filmmaker Kira Muratova that have been recently restored by @studiocanal.Buy a 🎟️ to one restoration, get a 🎟️ to the other free! Both films open in our theaters August 25. Learn more: filmlinc.org/farewell
We're exactly 70 days from Opening Night of #NYFF61!Having already announced this year's Opening Night and Centerpiece selections (with much more news still to come), it's the perfect time to secure your festival pass, discounted through August 17!🎟️: filmlinc.org/passes
Based on real events, Lawrence Kan's IN BROAD DAYLIGHT is a hard-hitting exposé of the systematic failures and institutionalized corruption of the healthcare system.The film has its North American premiere tomorrow evening at 5:45pm as part of the @newyorkasianfilmfestival! The film will be accompanied by a Q&A with the director. 🎟️: filmlinc.org/asian
Don't ask us to choose: 🍻 to both Greta Gerwig and Christopher Nolan this weekend, two filmmakers who have visited FLC numerous times over the years to share their love of and for cinema. 🎬 💓💣📸: @mettieostrowski
Some behind-the-scenes 📸 from the set of @savanahleaf’s auspicious debut feature, EARTH MAMA, now playing in our theaters daily.View showtimes and get 🎟️ to The New York Times Critic’s Pick at filmlinc.org/earth
Now on the FLC podcast, listen to our conversation with Paulina Urrutia, a subject in documentary filmmaker Maite Alberdi’s new feature, THE ETERNAL MEMORY.Listen to the episode at filmlinc.org/flcpodcast or wherever you subscribe to podcasts.🎧📸: @francis_ces
"It features one of the most expressive scenes that I’ve seen all year, one that reveals a world of heartache with a single camera movement." - Manohla DargisNow a New York Times Critic's Pick, EARTH MAMA opens Friday with director Q&As this weekend! Get 🎟️: filmlinc.org/earth
This weekend, the hottest club in New York City is "Club Sandwich." 🥪🇩🇪 director Christian Petzold joins us for Q&As following the 6:45pm sneak preview of AFIRE tomorrow evening and on Friday following the 6:15pm screening! Get tickets: filmlinc.org/afire 🔥
Shorts weather leads to shorts programming: if you're looking to beat the heat, the three-film shorts program in our retrospective, The Dirty Stories of Jean Eustache, screens one final time, tonight at 9:15pm!Get 🎟️ and stay hydrated☀️🥵: filmlinc.org/eustache
Happy birthday to the great, heroic director Jafar Panahi, born #OTD in 1960. Panahi's work was last seen at FLC with the #NYFF60 Main Slate selection, NO BEARS, in 2022. NO BEARS was Panahi's seventh film featured in the NYFF Main Slate.
We're excited to announce the two special events scheduled for this year's @newyorkasianfilmfestival (NYAFF)! - NYAFF celebrates the opening of the 2023 summer edition w/ the Night Market Soiree in our Furman Gallery.Featuring a live performance by musician, Seolah, the evening also encourages you to enjoy bites, snacks, and drinks at Asian food stalls from Zaab Zaab, Mao’s Bao, Tea & Milk, 11Tigers, Softbite, Moshi, Hite Jinro, Makku and more. * Those who wish to attend the Opening Night Market on July 14 must purchase the KILLING ROMANCE + Night Market ticket.- Join us in the Furman Gallery on July 24 from 6-11pm for Matsuri Monday, a night celebrating Japanese culture & food! Enjoy Takoyaki by long-time NYAFF sponsor @karlsballs, signature dishes, drinks, & desserts by our longtime food & beverage sponsors, & more. *Free for all NYAFF pass and ticket holders.This year's festival begins next Friday, July 14, and runs through July 30. Learn more: filmlinc.org/asian
One of Jean Eustache’s most radical experiments, A DIRTY STORY presents two versions of the same event, in which a group of women listen to a man describe his discovery of a peephole in a women’s restroom. 👁️ Screens Saturday at 5:45pm & Tuesday at 8:45pm! 🎟️ filmlinc.org/eustache
In NUMÈRO ZÈRO, Jean Eustache sits with his grandmother Odette Robert—a key figure in his life and a substitute mother during his youth—for a feature-length conversation across a kitchen table.The film was truncated to one hour for French television and never shown publicly in its full form during Eustache’s lifetime; the full version was rediscovered and reconstructed in 2002. NUMÈRO ZÈRO screens tonight at 8:45pm & Sunday at 5:30pm! 🎟️: filmlinc.org/eustache
As we were proud to present THE SOCIAL NETWORK, David Fincher’s 2010 drama about the meteoric rise of the founder of Threads, as the Opening Night selection of #NYFF48, it’s only fitting that we too join the new social network!Be sure to follow NYFF on Threads (six-digit code now in bio) 😎.
"A wildly confident debut that displays Leaf’s great control of performances and cinematography." - RogerEbert.comThe Opening Night selection of the 2023 edition of New Directors/New Films, @savanahleaf’s EARTH MAMA opens next Friday with Q&As opening weekend on July 14 & 15 at 6:30pm. Get 🎟️: filmlinc.org/earth
New 4K restorations! Rarely screened shorts! Jean Eustache's grandmother!Continuing through July 13, The Dirty Stories of Jean Eustache, a 12-film retrospective of the late 🇫🇷 director's work, has something for everyone! View the schedule above & then get 🎟️: filmlinc.org/eustache
Now on the FLC podcast, listen to our conversation with director Apichatpong Weerasethakul following a recent screening of his 2002 feature, BLISSFULLY YOURS.Listen to the episode at filmlinc.org or wherever you subscribe to podcasts.🎧📸: @photojuice
Hurry! Applications for this year's Artists and Critics Academies are only open through Friday, June 2!Taking place during #NYFF61, these Academies provide real-world experience and mentorship to early-career filmmakers and film critics. The mission is to support the next generation of film artists and critics and to foster a film culture that embraces diverse storytelling and points of view. Learn more and apply today: filmlinc.org/academiesPlease note that notifications will be made by July 14.
"Part of the kick of MASTER GARDENER is that writer/director Paul Schrader manages to pull off this improbable movie." -Manohla Dargis of @nytimes It was great having Paul Schrader join us last night for a double feature of his films, FIRST REFORMED and THE CARD COUNTER, and now his new feature, MASTER GARDENER, is a New York Times Critic's Pick!The #NYFF60 Main Slate selection opens in our theaters tomorrow! Get 🎟️ to our 9:45pm screening with Schrader in person for a special intro ➡️ filmlinc.org/gardener📸: @photojuice
Tickets are now on sale for our screening of director Mark Cousins's latest feature, THE MARCH ON ROME, with director in person June 14 at 7pm!Using a propagandistic documentary depicting Mussolini and the Black Shirts’ seizure of power as his point of departure, Cousins captivatingly delves into the film’s cinematographic particulars and political context to demonstrate that the rise of fascism in the first half of the 20th century had little to do with its supposed popularity—rather, its ascent was just another spellbinding illusion on the silver screen, albeit one with tragic real-life consequences. Alba Rohrwacher appears periodically in staged interludes as a woman whose initial enthusiasm for fascism tarnishes when she witnesses firsthand the fallout from Mussolini’s rise.Learn more about the film and get 🎟️: filmlinc.org/cousins
We're thrilled to announce our 2023 lineup of free outdoor summer screenings at @LincolnCenter, officially kicking off on Wednesday, June 14!Entry to Summer for the City outdoor screenings at Damrosch Park will be available for FREE via General Admission—first-come, first-served. Seating will open to the public 30 minutes before showtime. In addition to General Admission, we’re offering a FREE Fast Track option. Reservations will open every Monday at noon for that week’s events and close at 3:00 pm the day of the show, or when Fast Track tickets are all booked—whichever comes first. All Summer for the City outdoor screenings will use headsets.🎥 Complete schedule:EVE'S BAYOU | June 14 at 9pm LOVE & BASKETBALL | June 16 at 9pmDA 5 BLOODS | June 21 at 9pm STYLE WARS | June 22 at 9pm (Introduced by Henry Chalfant)SCRATCH | June 23 at 9pm JUICE | June 29 at 9pm FRIDAY | June 30 at 9pm WILD STYLE | July 12 at 9pm (Introduced by Charlie Ahearn)Learn more at filmlinc.org/summerforthecity
In anticipation of Pietro Marcello's SCARLET, an #NYFF60 selection, opening in our theaters June 9, revisit the filmmaker's previous feature, the #NYFF57 selection MARTIN EDEN, on June 8!Tickets to MARTIN EDEN are only $10 when adding a ticket for SCARLET to your order! Learn more: filmlinc.org/scarlet
A writer writes any way he can: check out Paul Schrader's handwritten notes from his screenplay for RAGING BULL above.Schrader joins us tonight for our screening of THE CARD COUNTER at 8:15pm and at select screenings of the #NYFF60 Main Slate selection, MASTER GARDENER, this Friday! 🎟️: filmlinc.org/schrader
"Reminds us of the strange and beautiful potential of narrative cinema." - @jim.jarmusch WERCKMEISTER HARMONIES, Béla Tarr and Ágnes Hranitzky's mesmeric parable of societal collapse, opens next Friday, May 26 in a brand new 4K restoration!Get 🎟: filmlinc.org/tarr
A few 📸 from opening night of the 30th edition of New York @AfricanFilmFest and the New York premiere of Moussa Sène Absa's XALÉ!While the #NYAFF concludes tomorrow evening, an incredible lineup of feature films and shorts still await! View the remaining schedule at filmlinc.org/african📸: @lancelot_q
To the mothers who provide a shoulder to cry on and keep us wild at heart, happy Mother’s Day to all!Pictured above: a still of mother-and-daughter on and off-screen, Diane Ladd and Laura Dern in David Lynch’s WILD AT HEART.
Now on the FLC podcast and YouTube, watch/listen to our conversation with @beauisafraid director Ari Aster and a Programmers Preview of the 30th edition of the New York @AfricanFilmFest #NYAFF.Listen to the episode at filmlinc.org or wherever you subscribe to podcasts.🎧
While Martin Scorsese unfortunately could not join us this evening in honoring the great filmmaker, Souleymane Cissé, he did not want the evening to pass without personally acknowledging Cissé’s impact on world cinema.Above is the statement that Mr. Scorsese asked to be read and shared at tonight’s New York @africanfilmfest. Cissé’s 1987 classic, YEELEN, screens tomorrow afternoon, May 13, at 1pm at #NYAFF. Get tickets at filmlinc.org/african
👏 👏 👏 While tomorrow’s 35mm 🎞 screening of the #NYFF59 Main Slate selection, Apichatpong Weerasethakul’s MEMORIA, is now Standby Only, learn more about the film by watching our extended conversation with Tilda Swinton from #NYFF60, moderated by FLC President @lklainberg, now on FLC’s YouTube channel!
In HYPERLINK, the Centerpiece selection of this year's New York @AfricanFilmFest, four young South African filmmakers—Mzonke Maloney, Nolitha Mkulisi, Julie Nxadi, and Evan Wigdorowitz—reflect on the seductive, treacherous, and illusory reality of the internet.Catch the U.S. premiere of HYPERLINK tomorrow at 6:30pm & Tuesday at 4pm! 🎟️: filmlinc.org/african
The look Oscar and Ethan give you when they learn you haven't secured your 🎟️ yet to our FIRST REFORMED/CARD COUNTER double feature with Paul Schrader in-person Q&A…Don't disappoint them! Get tickets to our unmissable Wednesday, May 17 event ➡️ filmlinc.org/schrader
“I haven’t seen this film, but I chose it for the love of Oshima and it’s a rare opportunity to see it on the big screen. This selection complements Shōhei Imamura’s A MAN VANISHES and Abbas Kiarostami’s HOMEWORK, both of which play with the concept of reality in cinema and in life.” - Apichatpong Weerasethakul 👑An #NYFF7 Main Slate selection, Nagisa Oshima's BOY screens Friday at 3:30pm & Saturday at 3pm on 35mm 🎞️! Get tickets at filmlinc.org/boonmee
*Chef's kiss...PRIMATE, Frederick Wiseman's 1974 inquiry into scientific ethics and humans’ relations with their fellow inhabitants of the Earth, screens tomorrow at 9:15pm on 16mm as part of The World of Apichatpong Weerasethakul!Get tickets: filmlinc.org/boonmee
As we kick off the New York African Film Festival tonight, view the complete schedule above!From features and shorts, free talks and digital art installations, the 30th edition of #NYAFF has something for everyone! Get 🎟️ at filmlinc.org/african.
54 years ago today, FLC was established as a separate entity in the Lincoln Center complex, its stated aim being to contribute to the recognition of the importance of film as a leading artistic form and a vital medium for aesthetic and social expressions. To ensure the growth of our audience for the next 54 (!) years, our FLC 25 & Under program offers a free one-year Innovator membership to anyone between the ages of 17 and 25. This free offer is only available during a six-week enrollment period: April 17 – May 31, 2023. Share & join today! filmlinc.org/flc25
We're thrilled to celebrate the 22nd edition of Open Roads: New Italian Cinema, taking place in our theaters June 1-8! 🎟 go on sale this Wednesday at noon ET for FLC Members and Thursday at noon ET for General Public. See more and save with the $89 All-Access Pass or the $45 Student All-Access Pass.🎥 Complete schedule:Opening Night selection: STRANGENESS | June 4 at 8pm & June 8 at 12:30pmCHIARA | June 2 at 3pm (with Q&A) & June 7 at 9pmDELTA | June 4 at 2:30pm (with Q&A) & June 6 at 3pmDRY | June 2 at 6pm (with Q&A) & June 8 at 3pmFIREWORKS | June 1 at 3:30pm (with Q&A) & June 6 at 6pmLIKE TURTLES | June 4 at 5:30pm (with Q&A)LORD OF THE ANTS | June 5 at 6pm & JUNE 7 at 3pmMARGINS | June 4 at 12pm (with Q&A)PRINCESS | June 2 at 8:30pm (with Q&A)MY SUMMER WITH THE SHARK | June 3 at 8:30pm (with Q&A) STRANGENESS | June 4 at 8pm & June 8 at 12:30pmAt this year’s Open Roads, we pay homage to Mario Martone (a perennial presence in the festival’s lineup) by showcasing his most recent fiction film alongside two essential works from earlier in his career:LEOPARDI | June 5 at 9pm NOSTAGLIA | June 3 at 5:30pm (with Q&A)TROUBLING LOVE | June 6 at 9pmRead the announcement at filmlinc.org/openroads
A few 📸 from our recent trip into The World of Apichatpong Weerasethakul, FLC's complete retrospective of the filmmaker’s career to date. The retrospective is in progress through May 16, with additional screenings of previously sold-out films now on sale.View the remaining schedule and get tickets at filmlinc.org/boonmee📸: @photojuice
The third film in Moussa Sène Absa’s trilogy focused on women, XALÉ is the Opening Night selection of the 34th New York @AfricanFilmFest and makes its New York premiere this Wednesday at 6:30pm with director in person!View the full lineup and get tickets: filmlinc.org/african
R.I.P. Pema Tseden (1969-2023), a pioneer of the Tibetan New Wave and director of JINPA, which made its U.S. Premiere in our theaters at @newyorkasianfilmfestival in 2019.
Don't go up to the attic: Now on the FLC YouTube channel, director Ari Aster discusses his third and latest feature, the Joaquin Phoenix-starring BEAU IS AFRAID. Watch now on the Film at Lincoln Center YouTube channel!📸: @lancelot_q
When Apichatpong Weerasethakul stops for a 📸 in front of the poster for his FLC retrospective, you take the 📸!Make sure to take one yourself before or after one of our screenings in The World of Apichatpong Weerasethaku, currently running through May 16!View the screening schedule and get 🎟 at filmlinc.org/boonmee.
"CHILE '76 is a sly genre exercise, an example of how political repression can squeeze a domestic melodrama until it takes the shape of a spy thriller." Manuela Martelli's directorial debut is a 2023 New Directors/New Films selection and now a @nytimes Critic's Pick!Martelli joins us for Q&As tonight at 6:45 and tomorrow at 4:30. Get 🎟: filmlinc.org/chile76
We're thrilled to announce Souleymane Cissé, who will present retrospective screenings of YEELEN and DEN MUSO at the New York African Film Festival, will be joined by Martin Scorsese for a special conversation on May 12 at 7:30. RSVP for free at filmlinc.org/african📸: Bridget Ye, Brigitte Lacombe
We're thrilled to announce that applications for the 2023 edition of our FLC Artists and Critics Academies are now open through June 2!Taking place during @TheNYFF, the mission of the FLC Academy Programs is to support the next generation of film artists and critics, fostering a film culture that embraces diverse storytelling and points of view while providing real-world experience and mentorship from professionals in their fields.Learn more and apply today: filmlinc.org/academies📸: @richardjopson
This retrospective is blissfully yours—The World of Apichatpong Weerasethakul features in-person appearances, 35mm prints, rarely screened shorts, a selection of films that have inspired Weerasethakul, and much more!The retrospective kicks off in our theaters this Thursday and runs through May 16. Screenings are selling out, so don’t delay! View the schedule above and then get 🎟 at filmlinc.org/boonmee.
Tickets are now on sale for this year's edition of #HRWFFNY!Featuring 10 groundbreaking new films, this year's festival runs from May 31-June 11 and highlights a broad diversity of themes and topics, including the Ukraine conflict, climate gentrification and justice, women’s rights, transgender rights, freedom of the press, and access to health care in the United States.Explore the lineup and get tickets: filmlinc.org/hrwff2023
In preparation of #NYFF60 selection, MASTER GARDENER from writer/director Paul Schrader, opening in our theaters on May 19 (with a double feature of Schrader’s FIRST REFORMED and THE CARD COUNTER on May 17 with Q&A, moderated by @alexrossperry) read the new @newyorkermag profile of the filmmaker (link in our InstaStories) and get your 🎟 to the entire thematic trilogy at filmlinc.org/schrader.———Paul Schrader Q&A info:Q&A with Paul Schrader following a double feature of FIRST REFORMED and THE CARD COUNTER on May 17—get tickets for both and save. Tickets still available!Q&A with Paul Schrader, Joel Edgerton & Sigourney Weaver on May 19 at 6:45pm MASTER GARDENER screening—Standby only!Intro from Paul Schrader on May 19 at 9:45pm MASTER GARDENER screening—tickets still available!📸: Richard Burbridge for The New Yorker
Directors Felix van Groeningen & Charlotte Vandermeersch joined us this past weekend for Q&As following select screenings of their new film, the Cannes Jury Prize winner, THE EIGHT MOUNTAINS.As the film closes this Thursday, don't miss your chance to see it on the big screen! Get 🎟️: filmlinc.org/mountains📸: @francis_ces