The Muses of Isaac Bashevis Singer kicked off the 24th New York Jewish Film Festival, a 16-day event showcasing the diversity of the Jewish experience around the world. FilmLinc spoke with co-director Asaf Galay about discovering the women behind the Nobel Prize-winning writer.
The latest edition of the Film Society's weekly podcast series, The Close-Up, features The Theory of Everything stars Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones in a conversation about their film, science, love, and more.
The British author and artist will introduce and discuss a double bill of Dial H-I-S-T-O-R-Y, Johan Grimonprez’s essay film on the history of airplane hijackings, and Antony Balch and William S. Burroughs’s seminal Towers Open Fire on February 25.
Join filmmakers Jay and Mark Duplass January 13 in the Amphitheater where they will discuss their new HBO show Togetherness as well as their ongoing work on the big screen. The first two episodes of the series will also screen during the free event.
Jennifer Aniston and Anna Kendrick are featured in this week's edition of The Close-Up, the Film Society's weekly podcast series. The two share their thoughts on their work in Cake.
Members of the Film Society of Lincoln Center's staff weigh in with their Top 10 films of 2014. Paul Thomas Anderson's Inherent Vice and Richard Linklater's Boyhood are the top choices for a number of those who submitted their picks of the year.
In this week's edition of the Film Society's weekly podcast series, The Close-Up, we visited our extensive archives to spotlight Tim Burton, who spoke with Richard Peña prior to the release of Corpse Bride.
Evan Goldberg and Seth Rogen's controversial political comedy The Interview began its one-week run at the Film Society of Lincoln Center on Friday and will continue through New Year's Day.
In this week's edition of the Film Society's weekly podcast series, The Close-Up, Trent Reznor (formerly of Nine Inch Nails) and Atticus Ross discuss their work on Gone Girl and returning to work with David Fincher after their first collaboration on The Social Network, which won the pair an Oscar.
The series Tell It Like It Is: Black Independents in New York, 1968-1986 will take place at the Film Society February 6-19. It opens with William Greaves’s seminal Symbiopsychotaxiplasm: Take One and closes with Spike Lee’s first feature, She’s Gotta Have It.