Check out some of our recent YouTube videos, including a conversation with Norwegian author Karl Ove Knausgaard and two Q&As from New Directors/New Films, plus a playlist of women in film.
Watch, listen to, and read interviews with the filmmakers behind the change-inspiring documentaries of this year's Human Rights Watch Film Festival, now underway at the Film Society.
This year's edition of the Human Rights Watch Film Festival gets underway Friday, bringing human rights issues to life through storytelling in a way that challenges each individual to empathize and demand justice for all.
Got Film Society FOMO? Subscribe to our YouTube channel to experience our events from the comfort of your computer screen, like these conversations with Agnès Varda, Bertrand Bonello & Gaspard Ulliel, Thomas Vinterberg & Matthias Schoenaerts, Josh & Benny Safdie, and more!
Watch an exclusive clip from The Nightmare, a terrifying documentary about sleep paralysis by Room 237 director Rodney Ascher, who will be in person for a Q&A on Friday.
Every year, the Film Society of Lincoln Center teams with the Museum of Modern Art on New Directors/New Films, which celebrates the work of up-and-coming filmmakers. Even if you couldn’t make it to this year's 44th edition, you can still watch Q&As with the auteurs of tomorrow on our YouTube channel, with more being added on a regular basis.
The New York African Film Festival is dedicated to bringing films from the continent and diaspora to New York City and offering a glimpse of the ever-evolving face of contemporary Africa. Watch trailers for some of the films in the festival's 22nd edition.
In honor of the late, great director Albert Maysles, we're re-posting a press conference he took part in during the 52nd New York Film Festival with Iris Apfel, subject of his film Iris, which had its World Premiere at the festival.
Jean-Luc Godard's 3D opus opens at the Film Society of Lincoln Center on October 29 for a theatrical run. Get excited with some awesome animated GIFs and video from NYFF.
Laura Poitras discussed her new documentary about Edward Snowden, the NSA, and surveillance in two conversations following its rapturous world premiere at the 52nd New York Film Festival.