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Posted on 8.5.2014
The Film Society of Lincoln Center announced today that USC’s Henry Jenkins, author of Convergence Culture, will make the Keynote Address for the 2014 NYFF Convergence, which takes place September 27-28). The initial three selections for NYFF Convergence were also unveiled.
Posted on 8.5.2014
The Film Society of Lincoln Center announced today James Brown: The Hardest Working Man in Show Business (August 29 – September 1). The film series will feature, highlight, and celebrate the musical and visual force of nature that James Brown was via both signature moments on film and in musical performances that have rarely been seen on the big screen—or at all.
Posted on 8.5.2014
The Film Society of Lincoln Center announced today “Fifty Years of John Waters: How Much Can You Take?” to take place on September 5-14. The complete retrospective, the legendary filmmaker’s first in the United States, will include all twelve of Waters’s features, including Pink Flamingos, Polyester, Hairspray, Serial Mom, and his first two, Mondo Trasho and Multiple Maniacs, which introduced the world to his beloved, iconic muse Divine (Harris Glenn Milstead). The series will kick off with a special opening night presentation of Female Trouble followed by a discussion with John Waters and critic J. Hoberman. That same evening, Waters will introduce Serial Mom.
Posted on 7.21.2014
The Film Society of Lincoln Center announced today Alejandro G. Iñárritu’s Birdman or the Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance as the Closing Night selection for the upcoming 52nd New York Film Festival (September 26 – October 12). The black comedy stars Michael Keaton, Zach Galifianakis, Edward Norton, Andrea Riseborough, Amy Ryan, Emma Stone and Naomi Watts. This marks Iñárritu’s third time at the festival, having previously screened Amores Perros (2000) and 21 Grams (2003). The Fox Searchlight Pictures and New Regency release is slated to open in select theaters on October 17, 2014.
Posted on 7.19.2014
The Film Society of Lincoln Center announced today that Paul Thomas Anderson’s Inherent Vice will make its World Premiere as the Centerpiece selection for the upcoming 52nd New York Film Festival (September 26 – October 12) on Saturday, October 4. The first feature film adaptation of a Thomas Pynchon novel, Inherent Vice stars Oscar nominees Joaquin Phoenix and Josh Brolin; Academy Award winners Reese Witherspoon and Benicio Del Toro; Owen Wilson, Martin Short, Jena Malone, Joanna Newsom, and newcomer Katherine Waterston. This marks Anderson’s third time at the festival, having previously screened Boogie Nights (1997) and Punch-Drunk Love (2002). The Warner Bros. Pictures release is slated to open in limited release on December 12, 2014 and wide on January 9, 2015.
Posted on 7.17.2014
FSLC announces world premiere of David Fincher’s GONE GIRL as the opening night selection for NYFF52
The Film Society of Lincoln Center announced today that David Fincher’s Gone Girl will make its World Premiere as the Opening Night selection for the upcoming 52nd New York Film Festival (September 26 – October 12), which will kick off at Alice Tully Hall and return to Tavern on the Green for the after party. Based upon the global best seller by Gillian Flynn, and starring Academy Award® winner Ben Affleck, Rosamund Pike, Neil Patrick Harris, and Tyler Perry, Gone Girl marks Fincher’s return to the festival since The Social Network, the 2010 Opening Night Gala selection. The 20th Century Fox and New Regency release is due in theaters on October 3, 2014.
Posted on 7.16.2014
The Film Society of Lincoln Center announced today An Evening with Isabelle Huppert, moderated by filmmaker John Waters, on Wednesday July 30 at 6:00pm. The event will include a sneak-preview screening of the legendary French actress’s latest film and 51st New York Film Festival official selection, Catherine Breillat’s Abuse of Weakness, immediately followed by an extended conversation between Huppert and Waters. Huppert will then introduce Michael Haneke’s The Piano Teacher, for which she won some of her best reviews and the Best Actress prize at the Cannes Film Festival. Abuse of Weakness will open theatrically for an exclusive one-week run at the Film Society on Friday, August 15.
Posted on 7.9.2014
The Film Society of Lincoln Center announced today Strange Lands: International Sci-Fi (August 22-28), featuring innovative films from the renaissance of science fiction on film in the late 1960s and 1970s, as well as gripping work by major auteurs. Strange Lands will include several rare screenings of foreign 35mm prints.
Posted on 7.9.2014
The Film Society of Lincoln Center announced today an addition to the popular year-round Free Film Society Talks with I Origins director Mike Cahill and actress Brit Marling on July 11. Additional information on talks will be announced at a later date so stay tuned and visit filmlinc.com. Talks take place in the Amphitheater at the Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center, 144 West 65th Street.
Posted on 6.30.2014
The Film Society of Lincoln Center announced today the second edition of Sound + Vision, the annual documentary series that explores a diverse range of music, artists, genres, and styles from all over the world. It includes an eclectic mix of exciting premieres, retrospectives, musical performances, and more for music fans of all backgrounds. Some of this year’s lineup includes spotlights on subjects like a Japanese trance didgeridoo player, seminal atmospheric bands of the late 1980s and early 1990s, a Mexican acoustic duo who combine thrash metal and flamenco, and music created on 1980s video-game hardware. OPENING NIGHT SELECTION IS ERIC GREEN’S BEAUTIFUL NOISE SPOTLIGHTING 1980s UNDERGROUND BANDS COCTEAU TWINS, THE JESUS AND MARY CHAIN, MY BLOODY VALENTINE TALKING HEADS’ DAVID BYRNE IN ATTENDANCE FOR 30TH ANNIVERSARY OF JONATHAN DEMME’S STOP MAKING SENSE. CLOSING NIGHT IS FLORIAN HABICHT’S PULP, A WITTY PORTRAIT OF THE ICONIC BAND AND THE CITY FROM WHICH THEY HAIL.