Mountainfilm is returning to the Film Society for a fifth year with documentaries about the environment, political and cultural issues, and most of all… adventure!
The Film Society of Lincoln Center has revealed details for Part 2 of popular retrospective Fassbinder: Romantic Anarchist (November 7-26), the largest in New York City in over a decade.
In Case of No Emergency: The Films of Ruben Östlund will include all of the award-winning Swedish filmmaker's features, several shorts and ski films, and one-week runs of Involuntary (2008) and NYFF49 official selection Play (2011).
The One-Armed Swordsman is coming to Lincoln Center! An Evening with Jimmy Wong Yu features a conversation with the legendary Taiwanese actor and filmmaker and a screening of his 1977 grindhouse classic Master of the Flying Guillotine in 35mm.
Director, actor, producer, environmentalist, and Sundance founder Robert Redford will receive the Chaplin Award during a Gala at Lincoln Center on Monday, April 27, 2015 the Film Society said Saturday, as the 52nd New York Film Festival concluded.
The 8th edition of Scary Movies opens Halloween night with a screening of Jemaine Clement and Taika Waititi's What We Do in the Shadows, followed by a vampire-themed party.
Oscar-winning actress Marion Cotillard and filmmaker Albert Maysles are some highlights of the the third annual NYFF52 Live, a free in-person event taking place over 15 days at the Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center.
Oscar-winner Kathryn Bigelow's PSA on the crisis of elephant poaching, Last Days, will screen Saturday at the Film Society followed by a panel discussion moderated by Bigelow. The event is free and open to the public.
The Film Society of Lincoln Center announced that CITIZENFOUR, Oscar-nominated filmmaker Laura Poitras's new documentary profiling surveillance and revelations made by Edward Snowden, will have its world premiere as a Special Presentation Friday, October 10.
Eight finalists have been selected to take part in the third annual New York Film Festival Critics Academy. The program nurtures aspiring film critics over the course of the festival who will cover the event for Film Comment and Indiewire.