Art of the Real: ‘Take What You Can Carry’ Director Matt Porterfield image

Art of the Real: ‘Take What You Can Carry’ Director Matt Porterfield

Matt Porterfield's Take What You Can Carry is one of a trio of shorts that opened the 2nd Art of the Real series, taking place April 10-26 at the Film Society of Lincoln Center. The film is a delicate portrait of a young American woman in Berlin attempting to reconcile her need for a stable sense of identity with her itinerant lifestyle.

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Frédéric Tcheng on the Eight-Week Odyssey Filming ‘Dior and I’ image

Frédéric Tcheng on the Eight-Week Odyssey Filming ‘Dior and I’

Dior and I, which opens at the Film Society this weekend, chronicles the Herculean task of creating a haute couture line for the House of Christian Dior in just eight weeks. Director Frédéric Tcheng captures the drama which is spearheaded by the media shy Raf Simons, the label's newly appointed lead designer.

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The Close-Up: Olivier Assayas, Juliette Binoche, and Kristen Stewart on ‘Clouds of Sils Maria’ image

The Close-Up: Olivier Assayas, Juliette Binoche, and Kristen Stewart on ‘Clouds of Sils Maria’

French filmmaker Olivier Assayas takes the spotlight in this week's edition of the Film Society's podcast series, The Close-Up. In this two-part episode, Assayas is joined by actresses Juliette Binoche and Kristen Stewart to discuss their latest film, Clouds of Sils Maria. The NYFF52 selection opens in theaters this coming weekend.

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Three Sneak-Preview Screenings and Director Appearances Set for April and June at the Film Society image

Three Sneak-Preview Screenings and Director Appearances Set for April and June at the Film Society

The Film Society of Lincoln Center will present sneak-preview screenings of Sundance winner The Wolfpack by Crystal Moselle, Brett Morgen's powerful documentary Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck, and the new romantic period piece by Thomas Vinterberg, Far from the Madding Crowd. All screenings will be accompanied by Q&As with the filmmakers.

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Bertrand Bonello to Receive Complete Retrospective at the Film Society image

Bertrand Bonello to Receive Complete Retrospective at the Film Society

The six-day event, I Put a Spell on You: The Films of Bertrand Bonello (April 29 - May 4) will include a a sneak preview of his latest, Saint Laurent. Both Bonello and the films star Gaspard Ulliel will be in attendance.

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12 Racy Images from the Films of Walerian Borowczyk image

12 Racy Images from the Films of Walerian Borowczyk

Walerian Borowczyk is the Polish director whose unrepentant eroticism lead to his elimination from the pages of history. Film Society of Lincoln Center’s upcoming series, Obscure Pleasures: The Films of Walerian Borowczyk (April 2-9), seeks to remedy that omission. (Viewer discretion is advised).

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The Close-Up: Noah Baumbach Talks ‘While We’re Young’ and More image

The Close-Up: Noah Baumbach Talks ‘While We’re Young’ and More

This week's edition of the Film Society's weekly podcast, The Close-Up, features a two-part conversation with Oscar-nominated filmmaker Noah Baumbach. He returned to the Film Society of Lincoln Center in March for a mini-retrospective entitled Growing Up Baumbach, which included his latest film, While We're Young.

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Meet the (New) Director: Rick Alverson, ‘Entertainment’ image

Meet the (New) Director: Rick Alverson, ‘Entertainment’

Rick Alverson’s black comedy Entertainment screens as the Closing Night selection of the 44th New Director/New Films this Sunday, March 29. Alverson discusses how growing up as an introvert left him with a fascination for how people communicate.

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Meet the (New) Director: Stevan Riley, ‘Listen to Me Marlon’ image

Meet the (New) Director: Stevan Riley, ‘Listen to Me Marlon’

Following its buzzed-about premiere at Sundance, Listen to Me Marlon, Stevan Riley’s intimate portrait of legendary actor Marlon Brando, screens as part of the 44th New Directors/New Films, which continues through Sunday.

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Meet the (New) Director: Salomé Alexi, ‘Line of Credit’ image

Meet the (New) Director: Salomé Alexi, ‘Line of Credit’

Salomé Alexi’s feature-film debut, Line of Credit, is a gently humorous story about an indebted shopkeeper trying to stay afloat. In her comments about the feature, screening in the 44th New Directors/New Films, Alexi talks finding inspiration in painting, and the trials of adapting to capitalism in a Soviet society.

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