Do you want to watch some of the best films of the year from home and support Film at Lincoln Center? We’ve thrilled to announce that we’ve teamed with distributors to present select new releases and restored classics at home, many of which recently played in our theaters. Your digital screening purchases will directly support FLC and help us in our mission to remain a vibrant center for cinema culture once this turbulent period is behind us. Please note these offers are for a limited time only.
Do you have a technical question?
Every film released in our Virtual Cinema is available through the individual distributor’s websites and streaming services. The link to rent and view the film will take you to their website, but a portion of your virtual rental will help support FLC. If you are having technical issues, please visit the respective film page and browse the links to the distributor FAQ and contact information.
New This Week!
Your digital screening purchases will directly support FLC and help us in our mission to remain a vibrant center for cinema culture once this turbulent period is behind us.
Also Now Playing
Have a technical question? Every film released in our Virtual Cinema is available through the individual distributor's websites and streaming services. If you are having technical issues, please visit the respective film page and browse the links to the distributor FAQ and contact information.
Opens May 29!Nedjma (Lyna Khoudri) is a university student during the Algerian Civil War whose passion is fashion design. Defying religious conservatism, she custom-makes dresses for her peers that are examples of individual expression.
Opens June 5!For their first dramatic feature together since 2014’s Pasolini, Tommaso reteams Abel Ferrara and regular lead Willem Dafoe, who delivers a career-best performance as the title character, an older American expat living in Rome with his young wife and their daughter.
Opens June 5!Hong’s eighteenth feature continued his exploration of the painful caprices of modern romance with this sophisticated break-up/make-up comedy, in which a painter searches for the girlfriend he just split up with, while she—or perhaps her doppelgänger, or twin—has a series of encounters with strange men.
Opens June 12!Kwon is given a packet of undated letters from Mori, who has come to Seoul to propose to her. As she walks down a flight of stairs, they are dropped and scattered. While reading them, she must make sense of the chronology.
Opens June 19!In this deftly composed diptych, a creatively blocked filmmaker convinces his friend to join him on a brief vacation to finish a script, where he begins an affair with the friend’s girlfriend.
Human Rights Watch Film Festival
From June 11-20, Human Rights Watch Film Festival returns with a full digital edition of emboldening new films that will be available nationwide, and which will feature in-depth online discussions with filmmakers, film subjects, and Human Rights Watch researchers. Learn more and get tickets here.