In this special bonus episode of our weekly podcast The Close-Up, we're thrilled to present highlights from our 42nd annual Chaplin Award Gala honoring Robert Redford.
At our recent retrospective, Varda talked about her seminal debut feature and her fascination with the boundary between fiction and nonfiction. She also regaled the audience with stories about Alain Resnais, François Truffaut, and André Bazin.
Our retrospective of New Argentine Cinema master Martín Rejtman kicks off today alongside a one-week exclusive run of his latest, Two Shots Fired, which was an official selection at NYFF52.
Luminous Intimacy: The Cinema of Nathaniel Dorsky and Jerome Hiler, a complete dual retrospective, will take place during the 53rd New York Film Festival (September 25 – October 11).
The 26th edition features 16 films from across the globe that celebrate the power of individuals and communities to effect change.
The conversation took place after a sneak preview of the film that kicked off our complete retrospective of Bonello's work. Saint Laurent opens for a theatrical run at the Film Society on May 8.
Every year, the Film Society of Lincoln Center teams with the Museum of Modern Art on New Directors/New Films, which celebrates the work of up-and-coming filmmakers. Even if you couldn’t make it to this year's 44th edition, you can still watch Q&As with the auteurs of tomorrow on our YouTube channel, with more being added on a regular basis.
The New York African Film Festival is dedicated to bringing films from the continent and diaspora to New York City and offering a glimpse of the ever-evolving face of contemporary Africa. Watch trailers for some of the films in the festival's 22nd edition.
On Monday night, the Film Society of Lincoln Center honored Robert Redford at the 42nd Chaplin Award Gala. Check out photos from the star-studded event!
For this week’s edition of The Close-Up, the Film Society of Lincoln Center’s podcast, we’re featuring two films that are now in theaters: Iris by the late documentary master Albert Maysles and the Hungarian thriller White God, which was an official selection at this year’s New Directors/New Films.