Paul Schrader joined New York Film Festival Director of Programming Kent Jones on stage to talk about film canons, Wong Kar Wai, Pauline Kael, and his pick for the greatest of all time, Jean Renoir’s The Rules of the Game.
Listen to Oscar-nominated filmmaker Joshua Oppenheimer discuss his new film, The Look of Silence, on today’s episode of our podcast.
Cheadle's directorial debut also finds him in front of the camera as the legendary Miles Davis in this year's Closing Night selection.
All contributions will go towards Convergence, and will help to establish a mentorship program in Brian's name to provide guidance to emerging artists and creators.
Parker Posey stopped by the Film Society for an intimate and charming discussion about her career and her role in the upcoming Irrational Man as part of our Free Talks series, which is sponsored by HBO.
Greek writer-director Athina Rachel Tsangari (Attenberg, New Directors/New Films 2011) has been selected as the third participant in the annual initiative, a partnership between the Film Society of Lincoln Center and Jaeger-LeCoultre.
On this week's episode of our podcast, you'll hear an interview with Tangerine director Sean Baker and a Q&A with the filmmakers behind the 1998 cult classic 54.
In celebration of Sinatra's centennial, we are pleased to announce Frank at 100 (July 24-26). Also on tap is a sneak preview of Sundance hit People Places Things on July 27.
The Film Society of Lincoln Center, Film Comment magazine, and Indiewire are now accepting applications for the 2015 New York Film Festival Critics Academy, a workshop for aspiring New York–based film critics that takes place during the festival (September 25 – October 11).