The Film Society of Lincoln Center announced Wednesday details about a Joseph L. Mankiewicz retrospective during the New York Film Festival as well as the first selections of NYFF's Revivals and information on the event's VIP Passes and Subscription Packages.
Debut filmmaker Ramon Zürcher’s ND/NF feature The Strange Little Cat will screen exclusively for one week at the Film Society of Lincoln Center starting August 1.
The 3D action-adventure fantasy film will screen at the Walter Reade Theater followed by a Q&A and special presentation.
Joanna Hogg's Exhibition will have a two-week exclusive run at the Film Society starting June 20. Her first two films, Archipelago and Unrelated will follow with one-week exclusive runs beginning June 27.
Kelly Reichardt packed the Amphitheater at the Film Society this week, sharing insights on her particularly detailed method of filmmaking and working with stars Jesse Eisenberg, Dakota Fanning, and Peter Sarsgaard on her latest, Night Moves.
Lav Diaz's latest film Norte, the End of History will open with a one-week exclusive run at the Film Society on June 20. The feature will kick off a retrospective of the Filipino director's film's, 'Time Regained: The Films of Lav Diaz,' running through February 2015.
The Film Society of Lincoln Center unveiled the 52nd New York Film Festival designed by Laurie Simmons. NYFF has featured posters designed by prominent artists including Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, David Hockney, Julian Schnabel, Cindy Sherman, and last year’s artist, Tacita Dean.
Chantal Akerman's One Day Pina Asked... will have a one-week exclusive theatrical run alongside doc Chantal Akerman, From Here, which will screen free in the Amphitheater beginning June 6.
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