From foreign delights to must-see indies and riveting documentaries, some of the best new films show year-round at the Film Society of Lincoln Center.
Thursday, March 30
Friday, March 31
Saturday, April 1
Walter Reade Theater
Sunday, April 2
Monday, April 3
Tuesday, April 4
Wednesday, April 5
Thursday, April 6
A beautifully crafted and deeply affecting film about the brilliant but erratic jazz trumpeter Lee Morgan and his relationship with Helen Morgan, his common-law wife, which ended in tragedy on the night of February 19, 1972 in an East Village bar.
An elegantly precise and bracing film essay on the still tragic state of race in America from Raoul Peck, based on James Baldwin’s final, unfinished manuscript, Remember This House, in which the author recalled his friends Medgar Evers, Malcolm X and Martin Luther King.
The great Jean-Pierre Léaud delivers a majestic performance as the longest-reigning French king during his final days. Filled with ravishing candlelit images and painstaking details from historical texts, Serra’s elegant, engrossing contemplation on death and its representation is as darkly funny as it is moving.
In the beguiling, mysterious second feature by Thai director Anocha Suwichakornpong, the story of a young film director researching a project about the 1976 massacre of Thai student activists at Thamassat University is just the beginning of a shape-shifting work of fictions within fictions.
Juliette Binoche, Fabrice Luchini, and Valeria Bruni Tedeschi costar in this surreal, weirdly captivating mix of slapstick comedy and oddball detective story, the latest foray into farce from former enfant terrible Bruno Dumont. A Kino Lorber release.
New Digital Restoration
Experience the mysteries and revelations of Andrei Tarkovsky’s visually extraordinary and philosophically provocative 1979 science fiction fable in a new digital restoration. A Janus Films release.
New Digital Restoration
Possibly the most emotionally devastating science fiction film ever made, Tarkovsky’s response to Kubrick’s 2001 is a monolithic work of startling beauty, depth, and mystery. A Janus Films release. New digital restoration!
In Diaz’s Tolstoy-inspired epic, a woman discovers that, after 30 years in prison, her friend and fellow inmate committed the murder she was accused of, leading to her release and discovery of the man who framed her.
Q&As with Linda Saffire, Adam Schlesinger and Wendy Whelan opening week!The extraordinary Wendy Whelan, principal dancer at New York City Ballet for 23 years, is followed throughout a passage of life that all dancers must face, when she must confront the limits of her own body and adapt to a different relationship with the art form she loves so madly.
Winner of the Prix du Jury in Un Certain Regard at Cannes, Harmonium observes a family as it’s dealt a tragic blow and then is no less shaken by the process of recovery.
Tickets go on sale one week before each film opens.
Member complimentary tickets cannot be used for new releases and special events.