Film at Lincoln Center is thrilled to continue its popular year-round free ‘Talks’ series, with the first-ever virtual edition of Film at Lincoln Center Talks. Special guests will join us for a wide-ranging conversation about their new work, careers, influences, and approach to filmmaking. Since launching in 2011, the goal of this free series has been to bring film lovers together to celebrate and access leading voices in cinema, and we are proud to take this program online to provide even greater access to audiences around the world. HBO® is the presenting sponsor of Film at Lincoln Center Talks.
Register for free! · A New Directors/New Films Event · Presented by HBO5/7 at 6PM ET - Founding ND/NF programmer and current FLC board member Wendy Keys will moderate an extended conversation with Sara Driver about her acclaimed first feature, Sleepwalk (ND/NF 1987), and its place in Driver’s distinctive, idiosyncratic oeuvre.
Video Coming Soon! · A New Directors/New Films Event · Presented by HBO5/4 at 6PM ET - Founding ND/NF programmer and former senior film curator at MoMA Larry Kardish will chat with Ramin Bahrani about the director’s breakout feature, Man Push Cart (ND/NF 2006), and his multifaceted career, which includes producing ND/NF 2021 selection Luzzu.
Video Coming Soon! · A New Directors/New Films Event · Presented by HBO5/2 at 2PM ET - Longtime former FLC program director Richard Peña will sit down virtually with Kleber Mendonça Filho to discuss the filmmaker’s singular narrative feature debut, Neighboring Sounds (ND/NF 2012), and his landscape-altering follow-ups, Aquarius (NYFF54) and Bacurau (NYFF57).
4/22 at 7PM ET · Become a New Wave Member!Join Film at Lincoln Center virtually for an exclusive New Wave discussion on Charles Burnett's My Brother's Wedding, which premiered at the 1984 edition of ND/NF. The talk will be led by ND/NF selection committee member and FLC assistant programmer Dan Sullivan. This rarely screened film is streaming April 16-21 as part of New Directors/New Films at 50: a free virtual retrospective.
Watch here! · Presented by HBOCreators who use the archive to commune with the future come together to discuss how they craft translations of Blackness through the bending, wielding, and visual exploration of time. What are the tangible effects of this holy, intangible ritual? Join NYC's Upside Film Festival and FLC for a special evening of music and conversation that closes out Black History Month with an eye towards Black futures.
Watch here! · Presented by HBOTo celebrate the 28th NYAFF and Black History Month, join us for a special panel discussion on the past, present, and future of African cinema with the filmmakers Gaston Kaboré (Wend Kuuni; Buud Yam), Ngozi Onwurah (The Body Beautiful; Shoot the Messenger), and Hlumela Matika (Tab). Moderated by curator and scholar June Givanni.
Watch here! · Presented by HBOJoin us for an extended conversation with Messerschmidt to discuss the craft behind Mank, the legacy of Citizen Kane, and the work of visualizing Hollywood's ideas of itself.