Convergence seeks to create a forum for immersive storytellers and their audiences at Lincoln Center. Through panel programs, exhibitions, intensive workshops, and critical partnerships with creators, we aim to further the dialogue about this form that is all forms and to treat transmedia as what it really is: an emerging form of art.
Jul 31 - Aug 6
The second edition of Sound + Vision—a documentary series exploring a range of musical artists, genres, and styles—offers exciting premieres from around the world, retrospective screenings of newly restored films, and a live performance by New York band Glass Ghost, who combine digital imagery with their sounds.
Aug 7 - Aug 13
The preeminent director of the Golden Age of Erotic Cinema and a pioneering American independent filmmaker, Radley Metzger is a fascinating transitional figure whose unique brand of sophisticated erotic art cinema created an almost utopian space between the cheap grindhouse sexploitation of the ’60s and the full-on hardcore porn of the ’70s.
Aug 8 - Aug 12
This first U.S. retrospective of the cosmic and carnal films of Joaquim Pinto coincides with the theatrical premiere of the monumental What Now? Remind Me (NYFF51), and includes most of Pinto’s work as a director to date as well as collaborations with Raúl Ruiz, Manoel de Oliveira, and João César Monteiro that are touchstones in his rich and singular career.
The Film Society is proud to present the most complete American retrospective to date of this major, criminally underseen Filipino master, timed to the release of his latest film, Norte, the End of History. The series launches with a rare screening of his seven-and-a-half-hour Melancholia (2008) and continues with one screening a month through February 2015.
Sep 26 - Oct 12
Join us as North America's second oldest film festival marks its 52nd edition with 17 days of exciting world premieres, award winners from Cannes, Berlin and Venice, retrospective screenings, spotlights on emerging filmmakers, panels, galas and much more!
Sep 26 - Oct 12
The observations of “the most intelligent man in contemporary cinema,” to quote Jean-Luc Godard in 1958, led to 20 of the sharpest, toughest, wittiest, and most intricate films to come out of Hollywood at its peak. Why pay tribute to Joseph L. Mankiewicz now? Because, to put it simply, Mankiewicz matters—to cinema, and to you.