The virtual 26th edition of Film at Lincoln Center’s Rendez-Vous with French Cinema presents both the latest popular and arthouse movies from France.
This year’s virtual edition of the New York African Film Festival includes both experimental gems and several Oscar contenders.
Film at Lincoln Center is presenting works by editor, producer, director, and professor Sam Pollard.
This year’s online edition of the venerable festival features movies about mourning rituals, reenactments of family history, cult survivors, and more.
Film at Lincoln Center’s complete retrospective of Wong’s filmography offers the chance to see some of his lesser-known films.
Film at Lincoln Center is presenting the seventh edition of Art of the Real, featuring Sky Hopinka, Jessica Sarah Rinland, and more.
Among the shorts playing the 2020 New York Film Festival, those in the New York Stories block embody the spirit of a city erroneously declared dead, offering studies in movement and character.
Get your popcorn ready. This year’s program includes highlights like Steve McQueen’s Small Axe films, ruminative queer romances, and incisive documentaries about US politics and Helen Keller’s activism.
Directors Bill and Turner Ross talk about their new documentary Bloody Nose, Empty Pockets and how they created a “theater of people.”
Now in its fifth edition, this year’s Neighboring Scenes: New Latin American Cinema is notable for its strong documentary selection, which encompasses topics such as war, capitalism, personal history, and folklore.
To get the fullest picture of the artist requires traveling back through her filmography, a joyful opportunity provided by Film at Lincoln Center’s series Varda: A Retrospective, which opens today and runs through January 6.
Kicking off today at Film at Lincoln Center, the series presents a body of work that’s particularly heartening when one considers the encroachments on freedom that Brazilian cinema must now confront.