Free Events

From festival passes to member discounts, we're all about giving you deals. But nothing quite beats this price tag: Free! Check out some of the free screenings, talks, and events coming up at the Film Society of Lincoln Center.

Complimentary tickets will be distributed at the box office one hour prior to each event on a first come, first served basis. One ticket per person. For popular events, the line may form earlier.

In This Series

Free Talks: The 21st-Century Cinephile

Free Talks: The 21st-Century Cinephile

| 60 mins

Free event!

In a world where images circulate ever faster and instant access is the norm, what place is there for the love of cinema? Join a group of French and American journalists to discuss the role of cinephilia today and how France and the United States have approached fostering the love of movies in future generations.

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Saturday, March 07

5:00pm
Actress on Actress: Nathalie Baye & Mélanie Laurent

Actress on Actress: Nathalie Baye & Mélanie Laurent

| 60 mins

Free event!

SK1 star Nathalie Baye, who started her career with François Truffaut, Maurice Pialat, and Jean-Luc Godard, will sit down with Breathe director Mélanie Laurent, well known for her roles in Inglourious Basterds, Beginners, and Enemy and discuss their career, working with U.S. directors, and much more.

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Sunday, March 08

5:30pm
Playing with Reality: Storyworks

Playing with Reality: Storyworks

| 90 mins

Free event!

Playing With Reality, one of New York’s premier interactive theater companies, will present its latest work in progress, Storyworks, in which a volunteer from the audience steps into the lead role of a multi-scene, improvised dramatic story.

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Monday, March 09

7:30pm
Free Talks: Guillaume Canet

Free Talks: Guillaume Canet

| 60 mins

Free event!

French actor/screenwriter/director Guillaume Canet will discuss his career as an actor, his vision as a director, and his love of American cinema.

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Tuesday, March 10

5:30pm
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