The Film Society of Lincoln Center and Jaeger-LeCoultre announced the selection of award-winning Argentine filmmaker Lisandro Alonso as the 2014 Filmmaker in Residence at a dinner in New York Tuesday evening.
When a director’s stylistic approach perfectly complements the content they choose to explore, it’s easy to recall the chicken/egg dilemma: does the style just happen to coincide with the content, does one serve as a natural extension of the other, or is it a purposeful confluence of elements?
Late-night frights are back at the Film Society this summer. In July and August, Friday nights at 11pm will feature mind-melting, gross-out horror as well as rarely screened classic cult favorites in 35mm.
Filmmaker Radley Metzger will be celebrated with week-long series, "This Is Softcore: The Art Cinema Erotica of Radley Metzger," featuring some of his most notable films, August 7-13 at the Film Society of Lincoln Center.
Norte, The End of History (NYFF51) returns to the Film Society of Lincoln Center for an exclusive one-week run beginning June 20.
Thom Andersen and Noël Burch’s documentary Red Hollywood will screen exclusively for one week at the Film Society of Lincoln Center in August along with a selection of films by Hollywood Blacklisted writers and directors.
Israeli director Nadav Lapid's first film, Policeman, will join Film Society's lineup of New Releases on Friday, and we have some exclusive clips for your viewing pleasure.
Joaquim Pinto's NYFF51 doc What Now? Remind Me? will have a one-week exclusive run at the Film Society along with "A Life Less Ordinary: The Films of Joaquim Pinto," a retrospective of the Portuguese filmmaker's work.
The Film Society will host "An Evening with Bong Joon Ho" on June 26. The Korean filmmaker's latest, Snowpiercer, will screen followed by an extended Q&A.
Fellipe Barbosa's debut feature, Casa Grande, will open Latinbeat, the Film Society's annual showcase of contemporary Latin American cinema.