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Children’s Literature Comes Alive on Screen

Our ongoing Family Films series is focusing on literary adaptations for the month of September and October and ends with a special Halloween treat!

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In Defense of Orthodoxy: Two Late Films by Claude Sautet

The French master's last two films are humane, generous, and stubbornly traditional works—a reminder that old-fashioned novelistic filmmaking can stun just as effectively as its more radical counterparts.

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Isn’t it a Pity: Two Films By Claude Sautet

In Vincent, François, Paul et les Autres and Max et les Ferrailleurs, the great French filmmaker crafted two of his most penetrating studies of failure and ambition.

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Film Society Takes the Jitney!

We're proud to partner with the Hamptons International Film Festival and Guild Hall on a 25th anniversary screening of Gabriel Axel's Babette's Feast (NYFF '87) and a weekly celebration of the films of Judy Garland.

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Orientation: A New Arab Cinema Lineup Announced

Film Society of Lincoln Center is teaming with the Dubai International Film Festival to celebrate the best in recent Arab cinema by offering an array of personal and provocative works at the Walter Reade Theater, August 24 – 29.

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Shine and Sparkle: Gene Kelly the Director

There’s nothing common about the commoners in Kelly’s beautiful and ambitious Hello, Dolly! and oft-overlooked Gigot, proving that he excels behind the camera as much as in front of it.

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Veteran Film Curator Larry Kardish Capping 44-Year Career at MoMA image

Veteran Film Curator Larry Kardish Capping 44-Year Career at MoMA

A fixture at film events in New York and around the world, Kardish is leaving his post after 44 years at the Museum of Modern Art.

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Their Love is Here to Stay

Gene Kelly-starring masterworks For Me and My Gal and An American in Paris—the first his onscreen debut, the second a highpoint of his career—are among the most unexpectedly cruel of all Hollywood classics.

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A Few Days with Claude Sautet

Film Society of Lincoln Center is proud to announce the first-ever complete retrospective of the oft-overlooked French master, including a week-long U.S. premiere theatrical run of his 1971 masterpiece Max et les Ferrailleurs!

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Get with the Times: Philip Kaufman’s “The Wanderers”

This 1979 triumph follows a group of teenage greasers in the early 60s as they confront the twin terrors of rival gangs and looming adulthood. It screens tonight alongside a conversation with Kaufman scholar Annette Insdorf and followed by a book signing and reception.

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