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.
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Now Playing!A movie of tactile sensuality and levitating joy, Lovers Rock is part of Steve McQueen’s Small Axe anthology of decades-spanning films that alight on various lives in London’s West Indian community. Here, McQueen, in an ecstatic yet no less formally bold mode, charts the growing attraction between Martha (newcomer Amarah-Jae St. Aubyn) and a brooding stranger (Micheal Ward) over the course of one night at a house party.
Now Playing!An epic piece of Steve McQueen’s Small Axe anthology, Mangrove tells the true story of Frank Crichlow, the Trinidad-born owner of a café in Notting Hill who was arrested for protesting the police’s intimidation and brutality. This is a vivid and gripping dramatization of these events and the resulting landmark 1970 court case of Crichlow and the other defendants, who came to be known as the Mangrove Nine.
Now Playing!In Steve McQueen’s vivid adaptation of a true story set in the early ’80s, John Boyega gives an impassioned yet nuanced performance as Leroy Logan, a member of the London Metropolitan police force who both witnessed and experienced first-hand the organization’s fundamental racism.
One week only!In this essential and timely documentary about police violence in contemporary France, filmmaker and journalist David Dufresne examines the ways in which a government justifies brutal acts against its own citizens, enacting totalitarian methods to keep the populace under its control.
Tickets now on sale!William Klein’s masterful portrait of Ali is arguably the most complex documentary about an athlete ever made and exhilarating evidence that the three-time undisputed heavyweight champion of the world was one of the key cultural and political figures of his time.
Tickets now on sale!In this first film from The Living and the Dead Ensemble—a collaboration among artists and performers from Haiti, France, and the United Kingdom spearheaded by artist Louis Henderson and curator Olivier Marboeuf—a group of young actors translate, rehearse, and debate their Creole production of Édouard Glissant’s play Monsieur Toussaint, creating a space in which the ghosts of Haiti’s colonial past return to address its present.
Tickets now on sale!Nicolás Zukerfeld’s third feature is a wry, surprising work of filmmaking-as-criticism that traces a mysterious and amusing arc across the vast oeuvre of pantheon auteur Raoul Walsh, before suddenly reinventing itself as an essayistic investigation into memory, cinema, and their shared mutability.
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.
An Open Roads: New Italian Cinema 2021 selectionThe second feature by the D’Innocenzo brothers is an absorbing, richly traced group portrait of youth on the precipice of puberty, set in the suburbs of Rome.
New restoration • Now playing virtuallyAndrei Tarkovsky’s fourth feature and perhaps most personal and evocative work traverses three generations of a poet’s family in 20th-century Russia.
New 2K Restoration!Olivier Assayas’s thought-provoking, radical cyberthriller stars Connie Nielsen as a ruthless assistant-cum-executive at an Internet company, where her insatiable ambition situates her in a bloody corporate war for illicit 3-D manga pornography.
Tickets now on sale · 35mm Screening!An endlessly generative work of politics, humor, and philosophy, Ephraim Asili’s feature-length debut takes place almost entirely within the walls of a West Philadelphia house where a community of young people have come together to form a collective of Black artists and activists.