FilmLinc Daily speaks with Liv Ullmann about life, passion, control and ultimate friendship in her long and complicated relationship with filmmaker Ingmar Bergman, which is at the center of Dheeraj Akolkar's Live & Ingmar, which opens Friday at the Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center.
Admit it: You've been waiting patiently for a marathon screening of Richard Linklater's Before trilogy starring Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy. Maybe you were even thinking of throwing Waking Life into the mix. Enter: "Celine and Jesse Forever," coming to Film Society in January.
Video artist Dani Leventhal will be the focus of a special Views from the Avant-Garde event on December 18 in celebration of Leventhal receiving the 2013 Kazuko Trust Scholarship Award Grant, presented by the Kazuko Trust and The Film Society.
FilmLinc Daily spoke with Sir Jackie Stewart about his triumphant career as a trailblazing Formula One racer and the re-discovered groundbreaking documentary his friend Roman Polanski is once again bringing to the big screen. The film opens at Film Society this weekend.
Audiences will have a chance to kick up their heels once again as the 2014 Dance on Camera series takes shape. Film Society of Lincoln Center and Dance Films Association unveiled the lineup for the 42nd annual festival, which will take place January 31 - February 4.
Our massive George Cukor retrospective just got a new descriptor: complete! With the addition of Winged Victory (1944), we will now be showing all 50 of Cukor's films!
Ben Stiller will return to Film Society for a three-day survey of his work as a filmmaker. Ben Still Directs, taking place December 6 - 8, will spotlight Stiller's work behind the camera including a sneak preview of his new film The Secret Life of Walter Mitty (Centerpiece, NYFF51) with Q&A!
Tom Donahue discusses his illuminating doc Casting By, which spotlights the role of the casting director and one of its greats, Marion Dougherty, featuring interviews with a huge number of stars and filmmakers from Martin Scorsese, to Robert De Niro, Glenn Close, Jon Voight, and many more.
Timed to the 110th anniversary of Yasujiro Ozu's birth (and the 50th of his death), "Ozu and His Afterlives" will feature the U.S. premieres of restorations of two of his color films and a selection of works by notable modern directors that show his influence.