Film Society of Lincoln Center staff join the collective conversation about the year's best films with almost two dozen weighing on with their top 10 favorites of 2013.
It's George Cukor season here at the Film Society, and as a result, we are currently experiencing some heavy Cukor fever! To help spread the sickness, we recently spoke with some of the nation's top critics, filmmakers, curators and cinephiles to ask them about their favorite George Cukor work. Some are surprising, others timely, and all of them are currently playing here at Lincoln Center.
Hollywood classics, docs, silent films and experimental works spanning 1919 -2002 are among the 25 motion pictures joining the National Film registry of the Library of Congress. Their designation will mean the titles will "be preserved as cinematic treasures for generations to come."
Joel and Ethan Coen's Inside Llewyn Davis, Steve McQueen's 12 Years a Slave, and Richard Linklater's Before Midnight take the top three spots on the magazine's list of the top 50 films released in 2013, and Philippe Garrel's Jealousy tops the list of undistributed films.
If you're a cinephile who who craves books about movies — or if you're friends with someone who craves books about movies — than you're in luck. We are too! For the occasion, FilmLinc Daily has put together a list of the top ten books we're most looking forward to seeing under our Christmas trees this holiday season.
At the midpoint of the year, we surveyed critics, programmers and bloggers for a snap poll of the best movie to hit theaters so far. Richard Linklater's latest was the clear winner. Do you agree?