Blurring the line between fiction and documentary, A Spell to Ward of the Darkness has been acclaimed as a work that’s “exploration of community, seclusion, and rejection." It opens at the Film Society today, with Q&As this weekend.
The Australian filmmaker spoke to FilmLinc about her terrifying first film, which begins its one-week theatrical run at the Film Society on November 28.
The French animated classic, largely unseen by American audiences until now, begins its two-week theatrical run today. The film will screen in both dubbed and subtitled versions.
Robert Greene's Actress and Doug Pray's Levitated Mass are among the other films that will be opening at the Film Society in the coming weeks. Check out the theatrical runs we have on tap for the rest of the year...
Jealousy, opening today, is the most recent film from Philippe Garrel. He spoke with French publication Les Inrockuptibles, and the conversation, in which he discusses his latest work and his relationship with cinema throughout the past 50 years, has been reprinted in the July/August issue of Film Comment. An excerpt appears below.
Thom Andersen and Noël Burch’s seminal documentary Red Hollywood will anchor the Film Society's upcoming series Red Hollywood and the Blacklist, which opens Friday, August 15.
James Franco recently stopped by the Film Society of Lincoln Center for a Q&A following a screening of Palo Alto, the debut feature by Gia Coppola based on his book of short stories.
Rendez-Vous with French Cinema's 2 Autumns, 3 Winters will return to the Film Society where it will begin its theatrical run June 6. An exclusive clip from the comedy is featured here.
The youth at the heart of Lukas Moodysson's We Are the Best! are seen against a snowy backdrop in Stockholm in this exclusive clip from the movie. The feature, which has received accolades from festivals worldwide, will open at the Film Society of Lincoln Center this weekend.
We had a busy weekend! Check out photos of Anika Noni Rose and Mayor Bill de Blasio at the New York African Film Festival, plus James Franco and Devonté Hynes at the opening of Palo Alto.