This week's episode of our podcast features a 2008 New York Film Festival conversation with Jia Zhang-ke, one of the most influential filmmakers in modern Chinese cinema.
In this special bonus episode of our weekly podcast The Close-Up, we're thrilled to present highlights from our 42nd annual Chaplin Award Gala honoring Robert Redford.
At our recent retrospective, Varda talked about her seminal debut feature and her fascination with the boundary between fiction and nonfiction. She also regaled the audience with stories about Alain Resnais, François Truffaut, and André Bazin.
The conversation took place after a sneak preview of the film that kicked off our complete retrospective of Bonello's work. Saint Laurent opens for a theatrical run at the Film Society on May 8.
For this week’s edition of The Close-Up, the Film Society of Lincoln Center’s podcast, we’re featuring two films that are now in theaters: Iris by the late documentary master Albert Maysles and the Hungarian thriller White God, which was an official selection at this year’s New Directors/New Films.
Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck director Brett Morgen and editor Joe Beshenkovsky are featured in this week's edition of the Film Society's podcast, The Close-Up.
The Film Society of Lincoln Center's weekly podcast series, The Close-Up, goes haute couture this week, spotlighting the new documentary, Dior and I, with an interview with filmmaker Frédéric Tcheng, whose film began its theatrical run at the Film Society of Lincoln Center last weekend.
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.
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.
On this week's episode of the Film Society's podcast, The Close-Up, we're featuring Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner and stars Jon Hamm, January Jones, Christina Hendricks, and John Slattery, who joined moderator Chuck Klosterman in a lively conversation about the Emmy- and Golden Globe-winning series, which ends its run this summer.