Our celebration of Rialto Pictures' 15th anniversary of restoring cinematic masterpieces from the likes of Godard, Fellini, and Buñuel kicks off tonight with Alberto Lattuada's dark comedy "Mafioso" (1962). Buy tickets online and win great prizes like a 10-disc box set of Rialto films from Criterion!
At times crude, violent and disorientating, "Khrustalyov" is also one of the few indisputable masterpieces of world cinema completed in the last 40 years, taking us to the limits of the political horrors of the last century
Susan Sarandon will serve as Honorary Chair and Martin Scorsese and Chiara Mastroianni will present at the 39th Annual Chaplin Award Gala honoring actress Catherine Deneuve, a major fundraiser for the Film Society of Lincoln Center taking place April 2.
Gorgeous new 35mm prints of classics from Godard, Fellini, Buñuel and more make up our special matinee series "15 for 15: Celebrating Rialto Pictures." Tickets now on sale; see three for just $15!
Winner of an Academy Award for "A Separation," Asghar Farhadi's four previous films will screen at the Walter Reade Theater April 6 – 8.
Filmmaker Alex Rotaru answers questions about his moving and energetic new documentary "Shakespeare High," which screens Wednesday as the first film in our ongoing "Art of the Real" series and returns Friday for a theatrical run in the Film Center Amphitheater.
The premier French cinema festival in New York opens tonight with "The Intouchables" and really gets going this weekend with a packed slate of provocative films, in-person appearances and the debut of our first-ever sidebar series, Rendez-Vous+!
Taika Waititi's "Boy," inspired by his Oscar-nominated short "Two Cars, One Night," makes its U.S. theatrical debut this weekend, and we’re excited to present an advanced screening tonight in the Walter Reade featuring an in-depth conversation with the director!
Film Society is proud to present a complete, six-film retrospective of the accomplished but under-appreciated Russian director whose nearly impossible-to-find work ranks with that of Tarkovsky but has suffered at the hands of censorship, prohibition and neglect.