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Posted on 6.18.2014

FSLC announces summer late-night “Freaky Fridays” film series for July and August

The Film Society of Lincoln Center announced today the continuation of a summer tradition of showcasing great genre classics to beat the heat. Following the tradition of last summer’s popular “Midnight Movies” series, each film in the new “Freaky Friday” series will kick off the weekend at 11pm and have the same weekly blend of mind-melting, gross-out horror as well as some rarely screened classic cult favorites in glorious 35mm, curated by Film Society programmer and Film Comment Editor Gavin Smith.

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Posted on 6.18.2014

FSLC announces details for RED HOLLYWOOD AND THE BLACKLIST, Aug 15-21

The Film Society of Lincoln Center announced today the details for the upcoming series Red Hollywood and the Blacklist (August 15-21), timed to a one-week exclusive theatrical run of Thom Andersen and Noël Burch’s Red Hollywood, beginning on Friday, August 15.

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Posted on 6.18.2014

FSLC announces details for A LIFE LESS ORDINARY: THE FILMS OF JOAQUIM PINTO, Aug 8-12

The Film Society of Lincoln Center announced today the details for the upcoming series A Life Less Ordinary: The Films of Joaquim Pinto (August 8-12), timed to a one-week exclusive theatrical run of the director’s latest film, What Now? Remind Me, beginning on Friday, August 8. This first U.S. retrospective of Pinto’s work includes most of his films as a director to date along with several collaborations that are touchstones in his rich and singular career.

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Posted on 6.11.2014

FSLC announces lineup for 15th annual LATINBEAT, July 11-20

The Film Society of Lincoln Center announced today the complete lineup for the 15th edition of Latinbeat, the premier annual showcase for contemporary cinema from Latin America, running from July 11-20. This year’s festival combines personal, risk-taking works by mostly emerging filmmakers with award-winning productions. This juxtaposition, and the breadth of countries represented, speak to the growth of a film industry that began in only a few countries about 15 years ago and has now spread throughout the entire region. We are excited to celebrate this fertile state of affairs with an eclectic selection that attests to the region's continued cinematic renewal.

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Posted on 6.5.2014

NYFF52 - Retrospective of Joseph L. Mankiewicz & 30th anniversary of ONCE UPON A TIME IN AMERICA

he Film Society of Lincoln Center announced today a retrospective of filmmaker Joseph L. Mankiewicz’s work that will take place during the 2014 New York Film Festival (September 26 – October 12), as well as three initial selections for NYFF’s Revivals to include a special 30th Anniversary screening of Sergio Leone’s Once Upon a Time in America, Howard Brookner’s Burroughs: The Movie, and Sergei Parajanov’s The Color of Pomegranates.

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Posted on 6.5.2014

The Strange Little Cat, Ramon Zürcher’s feature film debut to open on Aug. 1

THE STRANGE LITTLE CAT has been captivating audiences since its premiere at the 2013 Berlin Film Festival. The film also played Cannes, Toronto, the Viennale, and most recently had its U.S. premiere this spring at the 43rd New Directors/New Films festival, where it delighted audiences with its quiet, cozy, and comedic portrait of the comings and goings of various members of a German family and the wondrous world of their everyday. The film will be released theatrically for a one-week exclusive run at the Film Society of Lincoln Center on Friday, August 1.

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Posted on 6.5.2014

Norte, The End of History to open on June 20 & Time Regained: The Films of Lav Diaz to open June 22

NORTE, THE END OF HISTORY is a careful rethinking of Dostoevsky’s Crime and Punishment shot in blazing color, this tour de force offers a masterful recapitulation of director Lav Diaz’s longstanding obsessions: cultural memory, national guilt, and the origin of evil. The wounds and defeats of Filipino history loom large in each of Diaz’s films. An official selection of the 51st New York Film Festival, Norte, the End of History opens exclusively for one week at the Film Society of Lincoln Center on Friday, June 20, 2014. The director will be in-person for opening weekend, and is also available for interviews.

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Posted on 6.3.2014

FSLC to host a special screening of HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON 2 in 3D on June 14

The Film Society of Lincoln Center will host a special screening on Saturday, June 14 at 3PM of the thrilling second chapter of the epic How To Train Your Dragon trilogy which returns to the fantastical world of the heroic Viking Hiccup and his faithful dragon Toothless five years later. The 3D action-adventure fantasy film will screen at the Walter Reade Theater (165 West 65th Street) and will also include a Q&A and special presentation by DreamWorks Animation Supervisors James Baxter and Sean Sexton. Special pricing for this family event includes $15 tickets for all. Tickets will be available for sale online (filmlinc.com) as well as in person at the Film Society’s box offices beginning Thursday, June 5 at noon.

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Posted on 5.30.2014

EXHIBITION - Joanna Hogg’s latest film opens June 20 for 2 weeks

Exhibition is director Joanna Hogg’s third feature, and is structured as a cinematic mosaic of interlocking sights, sounds, exchanges, happenings great and small, everyday advances, and retreats. It is, finally, a portrait of two people in a state of change in a house that effectively becomes a third character, and an agent in that change. Hogg’s film is a rarity, at once exactingly minimal and intimately character-driven. It is also a wonderful “London movie.”

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Posted on 5.30.2014

FSLC & Subway Cinema in association with Japan Society announce lineup for 13th NY Asian Film Fest

The Film Society of Lincoln Center and Subway Cinema in association with Japan Society announce the full lineup today for the 2014 New York Asian Film Festival (NYAFF), which will take place June 27 – July 14. The festival of popular Asian cinema will showcase 60 feature films, including 1 major international premiere, 20 North American premieres, 6 U.S. premieres, and 11 more films making their New York City debuts. The festival will be attended by over 20 star filmmakers and celebrity guests traveling from Australia, China, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, and Taiwan.

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