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Posted on 12.16.2013
Film Comment’s annual end-of-the-year survey of film critics, journalists, film section editors, and past and present contributors was released today with Joel & Ethan Coen’s INSIDE LLEWYN DAVIS, Steve McQueen’s 12 YEARS A SLAVE and Richard Linklater’s BEFORE MIDNIGHT taking the top spots among films released in 2013. Among films that made appearances at film festivals or special screenings worldwide, but haven’t been picked up for stateside distribution as of yet, Philippe Garrel’s JEALOUSY, Tsai Ming-liang’s STRAY DOGS and Joaquim Pinto’s WHAT NOW? REMIND ME received the top rankings.
Posted on 12.16.2013
The Film Society of Lincoln Center announced today a weeklong celebration of director Alain Guiraudie, who has long been one of French cinema’s most singular voices. The series Alain Guiraudie: King of Escape will begin on Friday, January 24, the same day his new film and 51st New York Film Festival hit, Stranger by the Lake, opens theatrically at the Film Society of Lincoln Center. The weeklong series is a complete, two-decade-spanning survey of his rarely seen work, including his short, medium-length, and feature films. Guiraudie will be in attendance for Q&A’s January 24, 25 and 26. A complete schedule will be confirmed shortly. Visit Filmlinc.com for more information.
Posted on 12.12.2013
N NO GREAT HURRY is a funny, intimate and moving film, following photographer Saul Leiter as he deals with the triple burden of cleaning an apartment full of memories, becoming world famous in his 80's and fending off a pesky filmmaker. Director Tomas Leach’s poignant debut premiered at DOCNYC and will open at the Film Society of Lincoln Center exclusively on Friday, January 3, 2014 for one week only.
Posted on 12.12.2013
Film series celebrates Richard Linklater’s beloved trilogy with screenings of BEFORE SUNRISE, BEFORE SUNSET and BEFORE MIDNIGHT, as well as Linklater’s WAKING LIFE. The Film Society of Lincoln Center announced today the series, Celine and Jesse Forever, a special presentation of Richard Linklater’s Before trilogy (including the Gotham and Spirit Award nominated BEFORE MIDNIGHT) at the Film Society from January 3-9.
Posted on 12.11.2013
The Film Society of Lincoln Center today announced For Your Consideration: Oscar Hopefuls, celebrating films from around the world and for possible consideration in the Best Documentary Feature and Best Foreign Language Film categories for the 2014 Academy Awards®. The series—an opportunity to catch up on some of the best films of the year—will span two weeks with For Your Consideration: Documentary Oscar Hopefuls from December 20—26 and For Your Consideration: Foreign Oscar Hopefuls from December 27—January 2, 2014.
Posted on 12.9.2013
The Film Society of Center announced today a special Views From the Avant-Garde evening presenting the work of video artist Dani Leventhal on Wednesday, December 18 to celebrate the occasion of her receiving the 2013 Kazuko Trust Scholarship Award Grant. The Grant is presented by the Kazuko Trust and The Film Society in recognition for her excellence with experimental work. The evening will include the premiere of two of her newest works (SISTER CITY, NIKHOLE), as well as a special teaser for a new work-in-progress (HARD AS OPAL).
Posted on 12.6.2013
The Film Society of Lincoln Center announced today, Liv & Ingmar: The Films will screen from December 13-19 in conjunction with Dheeraj Akolkar’s documentary, LIV & INGMAR opening at Film Society on Friday, December 13. Film series highlights the cinema classics created by the legendary filmmaker Ingmar Bergman with his partner and muse Liv Ullmann, including AUTUMN SONATA, CRIES AND WHISPERS, PERSONA and “Scenes From a Marriage”.
Posted on 12.5.2013
Milestone will be launching the 21-film retrospective Martin Scorsese Presents: Masterpieces of Polish Cinema throughout North America. Premiering in New York City at the Film Society of Lincoln Center on February 5th, 2014, the series features films from some of Poland’s most accomplished and lauded filmmakers, spanning the period from 1957–1987. Curated by Martin Scorsese, each film has been digitally re-mastered and brilliantly restored to newly subtitled DCPs. The program was created and organized by Scorsese’s non-profit organization, The Film Foundation.
Posted on 12.4.2013
The Jewish Museum and The Film Society of Lincoln Center will present the 23rd annual New York Jewish Film Festival at the Film Society’s Walter Reade Theater and Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center, Jan. 8-23, 2014. The festival’s 49 features and shorts from ten countries - 23 screening in their world, U.S. or New York premieres - provide a diverse global perspective on the Jewish experience. Opening Night launches with the US Premiere of Anne Weil and Philippe Kotlarski’s Friends from France and the Closing Night selection is Pawel Pawlikowski’s Ida. Highlights include Bethlehem, Israel’s submission for the 2013 Academy Awards for Best Foreign Language Film; a selection of films by Wim Wenders; the 30th Anniversary celebration of Paris, Texas; an Artist Focus on Yael Bartana; midnight screening of Saul Bass’s Phase IV and much more!
Posted on 11.19.2013
The Film Society of Lincoln Center announced today it will present Episodes 1 and 2 from Sundance Channel’s hit THE RETURNED (LES REVENANTS), created by Fabrice Gobert and adapted from the 2004 film, THEY CAME BACK. On Saturday, November 23 at 4PM, the episodes will screen back-to-back, for free to the public, in the Amphitheater at the Film Society of Lincoln Center’s Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center. A Q&A will immediately follow the screening with producers Caroline Benjo, Carole Scotta, and Jimmy Desmarais. The event will be co-presented by the Cultural Services of the French Embassy and Music Box Films.