Based on the short-story collection by James Franco (who also co-stars), writer-director Gia Coppola’s mesmerizing debut chronicles the interconnected lives of several high-school students in the affluent title California city. Watch the trailer and mark your calendars for May 9!
The French-language drama starring director Philippe Garrel's son Louis, as well Anna Mouglalis and Rebecca Convenant, had its U.S. premiere at last year's New York Film Festival and screened in competition in Venice.
The Italians are returning to Film Society this June with the latest edition of Open Roads: New Italian Cinema. The annual showcase has spotlighted contemporary Italian cinema for the past 13 years.
Check out an exclusive clip from Jim Jarmusch's Only Lovers Left Alive (NYFF51). The film, which stars Tilda Swinton and Tom Hiddleston as a pair of world-weary vampires, opens April 11 at the Film Society.
Charlotte Gainsbourg gets her turn to talk about Joe, her troubled character in Lars von Trier's Nymphomaniac: Volume I and Nymphomaniac: Volume II, which screens at the Film Society through Thursday.
The Film Society of Lincoln Center family received the sad news on Friday that a member of our programming department, Josh Strauss, passed away after a battle with cancer. Josh was known for his classic Hollywood programs and tributes to stars like Pam Grier, Raquel Welch, and Steve McQueen.
FilmLinc Daily spoke with Chen about Cannes, family drama, and the process of creating Ilo Ilo, which was his country's Oscar submission for Best Foreign Language Film in 2013.
On the heels of last year's Oscar-nominated The Square, Talal Derki's Return to Homs captures Syria's misunderstood civil war through an intimate look at a band of citizens turned revolutionaries.
Permanent Vacation: The Films of Jim Jarmusch, our 11-film retrospective including features, music videos and shorts is underway! We asked critics what they consider to be Jarmusch's best work.