The Venice prize winner will open at the Film Society of Lincoln Center on April 17, coinciding with our retrospective of Rohmer's Comedies and Proverbs cycle.
Robert Redford will receive the 42nd Chaplin Award from fellow Chaplin honoree Barbra Streisand on April 27 at Lincoln Center. Chaplin honoree Jane Fonda as well as filmmaker-actor John Turturro and director J.C. Chandor will also take part in the ceremony.
Jenni Olson's The Royal Road will close the second installment of Art of the Real, taking place April 10-26. The festival includes a number of North American premieres as well as previously announced sidebars spotlighting Agnès Varda and the use of reenactments.
Obscure Pleasures: The Films of Walerian Borowczyk (April 2-9) will feature seldom-seen work from the controversial filmmaker on the big screen.
Marielle Heller's Sundance hit The Diary of a Teenage Girl will open the annual festival on March 18. New Directors/New Films is a co-presentation of the Film Society of Lincoln Center and the Museum of Modern Art.
The 15th Film Comment Selects series, taking place February 20 - March 5 opens Friday with Mark Hartley's Electric Boogaloo: The Wild, Untold Story of Cannon Films.
Free Talks with Nathalie Baye, Mélanie Laurent, and Guillaume Canet are among the highlights of the Special Events set to take place during the upcoming 20th anniversary of Rendez-Vous with French Cinema.
Creator Matthew Weiner and stars Jon Hamm, January Jones, Christina Hendricks, and John Slattery will look back at some of their favorite scenes from the series in Mad Men: The End of An Era on March 21 at Alice Tully Hall, plus a free marathon of must-see episodes curated by Weiner.
Celebrating an expansive view of the documentary form, Art of the Real is returning for a second year April 10-26. Among this year's highlights is sidebar The Actualities of Agnès Varda, focusing on the filmmaker's career-long work merging fact and fiction.
Funded from a $200,000 grant from the William Randolph Hearst Foundation, CineKids has launched in three local public elementary schools, tapping the creative expression and talent of students from kindergarten to the 5th grade, culminating in the first CineKids Film Festival in June.