One of Film Society's longest-running series, the celebration of Spanish cinema continues with more in-person appearances, a special sneak preview of the latest film from Catalan director Ventura Pons, and masterpieces from our retrospective of the films of Luis García Berlanga.
It's going to be a jam-packed last few weeks of the year at Film Society, including five-day runs of critical favorites "The Tree of Life" and "Drive," a one-week limited engagement of "Albert Nobbs" starring Glenn Close, and the return of "Cave of Forgotten Dreams" in 3D and "Being Elmo: A Puppeteer's Journey!"
Critics' groups across the country weighed in with their picks for some of the best movies of 2011.
Steve McQueen's highly anticipated sophomore feature, also his second collaboration with actor Michael Fassbender, made a huge splash at the 49th New York Film Festival and is now titillating audiences across the nation. Watch our collection of video of the director and actor at the fest.
Twenty years ago today Film Society realized its dream of having a year-round home for film screenings at Lincoln Center, and since then the 268-seat Walter Reade Theater has establishd itself one of the best homes for repertory cinema in New York City.
Stars Emily Watson and Toby Kebbell were in person at the Film Society this week for Q&As following two advance screenings of Steven Spielberg's film adaptation of the Tony Award-winning play "War Horse," which opens nationwide on Christmas Day.
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The popular series, which has run annually at the Film Society since 1992, brings two weeks of the latest features from some of Spain's top burgeoning talent as well as a 10-film retrospective of the work of brilliant Spanish filmmaker Luis García Berlanga.