Now on the FLC podcast and YouTube, watch/listen to our conversation with ENYS MEN director @mark_jenkin and actress Mary Woodvine ahead of the #NYFF60 selection's opening in our theaters on 3/31.All screenings opening weekend will be presented on 35mm and Jenkin will be in person for a Q&A at the 6pm show on 3/31. Get tickets at filmlinc.org/enys ?: @joppashotta
Featuring baroque compositions by DP James Wong Howe, whose elaborate tracking shots inhabit a sinister atmosphere, and sly performances from Bela Lugosi and Carroll Borland, Tod Browning's MARK OF THE VAMPIRE is a must-see for fans of horror. MARK OF THE VAMPIRE plays a final time tomorrow night on 35mm during Unspeakable: The Films of Tod Browning!Get tickets at filmlinc.org/browning
You have until Sunday to see a multitude of essential Tod Browning films on 35mm during Unspeakable: The Films of Tod Browning! Don't miss films from Browning whose influence can be seen in David Lynch, John Waters, Guillermo del Toro & David Cronenberg. Get tickets at filmlinc.org/browning?: @lklainberg
In his penultimate collaboration with Priscilla Dean, Tod Browning weaves an intricate crime drama set against the backdrop of the Shanghai opium trade that also features a pivotal supporting performance from 18-year-old Anna May Wong, here in one of her first film roles.The 4K restoration of DRIFTING plays tonight with live musical accompaniment and a final time on Friday.Get tickets and All-Access Passes at filmlinc.org/browning
For your consideration... ?Tod Browning's DRACULA screens on 35mm this Saturday and next Sunday during Unspeakable: The Films of Tod Browning!Get tickets and explore the lineup at filmlinc.org/browning
Carroll Borland in Tod Browning's THE MARK OF THE VAMPIRE, 1935.The densely composed satire disguised as a vampire mystery screens on 35mm Saturday and on March 23 during Unspeakable: The Films of Tod Browning! Get tickets at filmlinc.org/browning
DRYLONGSO's restoration poster (2023) and original poster (1998). The new 4K restoration of Cauleen Smith's rich work of 1990s DIY filmmaking opens this Friday in our theaters with a director Q&A! Get tickets at filmlinc.org/drylongsoAlso this weekend, don't miss Cauleen Smith: Shorts Program I & II! Drawing from the rich lineages of structuralist filmmaking and Third Cinema, these two programs of shorts are vital in understanding the ethos of Smith's interdisciplinary work.
On March 20, join us for a special screening of LOUIS ARMSTRONG'S BLACK AND BLUES, a magisterial tribute to a founding father of jazz, followed by a Q&A with director Sacha Jenkins, composer Terence Blanchard, moderated by writer Larry Blumenfeld! Get tickets at filmlinc.org/blanchard
"A cool, quietly brilliant heartbreaker." - Manohla Dargis, @nytimes Huang Ji and Ryuji Otsuka's STONEWALLING is a NYT Critic's Pick! Don't miss the #NYFF60 selection in our theaters, with filmmaker Q&As throughout the weekend.Get tickets at filmlinc.org/stonewalling
Tomorrow at 4pm, don't miss the last free talk in this year's edition of Rendez-Vous with French Cinema! Join filmmakers Christophe Honoré (WINTER BOY), Florent Gouëlou (THREE NIGHT A WEEK), Vuk Lungulov-Klotz (#NDNF52's, MUTT), and Georden West (PLAYLAND) for a special panel conversation about queer identities on screen.More info at filmlinc.org/free
Directed by Rachid Hami & co-written by novelist Ollivier Pourriol, FOR MY COUNTRY follows the family of a French-Algerian military recruit, who tragically dies while being hazed, and their search for answers. FOR MY COUNTRY plays tomorrow (w/ filmmaker Q&A) and Friday during Rendez-Vous with French Cinema. Get tickets at filmlinc.org/rdv
"The one thing I feel is lacking in Hollywood today is an understanding of the beauty, the power, the sexuality, the uniqueness, the humor of being a regular Black woman."Celebrate Viola Davis's career with the icon herself at the 48th #ChaplinAward Gala. One night only on April 24! Claim your seat at filmlinc.org/galaPhotos by Andre D. Wagner
Now on the FLC Podcast and our YouTube, watch/listen to our #NYFF60 conversation with STONEWALLING filmmakers Huang Ji & Ryuji Otsuka + a special Rendez-Vous with French Cinema programmers preview.STONEWALLING opens this Friday in our theaters, with in-person Q&As with directors Huang Ji and Ryuji Otsuka during opening weekend, and special screenings of EGG AND STONE and THE FOOLISH BIRD.See all three films and get a discount at filmlinc.org/stonewalling?: @seandiserio
The 28th Rendez-Vous with French Cinema, co-presented with @unifrance, is now taking place through March 12! ??Don't miss your first look at the best in contemporary French film, filmmaker Q&As, free talks, and more: filmlinc.org/rdv
Tomorrow at 5pm, don't miss our Free Talk with director Alice Winocour, whose Rendez-Vous with French Cinema Opening Night selection, REVOIR PARIS, probes the inner workings of memory, grief, and hope.Join moderator and filmmaker Sophia Barthes in diving into Winocour's filmography and process. Get more info at filmlinc.org/free
Co-presented with @themuseumofmodernart, we're excited to announce the 52nd New Directors/New Films, taking place March 29 - April 9.Explore this year's lineup of celebrated filmmakers who speak to the present and anticipate the future of cinema at newdirectors.orgTickets will go on sale to the general public on Monday, March 6, with early-access opportunities for @themuseumofmodernart & @filmlinc members on Friday, March 3. 5-Film Packages and VIP Passes will be available.
? Lowlight in EO. ?Limited tickets remain for tonight's 7pm screening of the Oscar-nominated film, followed by a Q&A with director Jerzy Skolimowski and co-writer Ewa Piaskowska (mod. Bilge Ebiri).Get tickets at filmlinc.org/eo
We're delighted to welcome Virginie Efira in person at Rendez-Vous with French Cinema 2023 for Alice Winocour's Opening Night selection REVOIR PARIS, Rebecca Zlotowski's OTHER PEOPLE'S CHILDREN, and a Free Talk!Limited tickets remain for the festival, beginning March 2. Reserve your seats & learn more at filmlinc.org/rdv ??
"One of the most beautiful and rigorously introspective movies of this or any year, a film that makes you deeply ponder the fate of humanity itself." - IndieWire Albert Serra's PACIFICTION, an #NYFF60 selection, opens next Friday in our theaters with in-person Q&As and intros during opening weekend. Get tickets at filmlinc.org/pacifiction
Taking place through Monday in our theaters, the 51st Dance on Camera Festival, co-presented with @dancefilms, showcases a rich international collection of films that offer insightful profiles of visionary artists and dancers. ?Don't miss the free programs and filmmaker Q&As! Get tickets at filmlinc.org/dance
GIVEAWAY: The first 20 people who attend tonight's 35mm double-feature of DRUNKEN MASTER II and FIGHT CLUB will be entered to win a FIGHT CLUB Original Motion Picture Soundtrack vinyl signed by Daniels!The fun doesn't stop there! The first three people at each remaining 'Verse Jumping with Daniels screening will receive a signed EVERYTHING EVERYWHERE ALL AT ONCE poster.Get tickets at filmlinc.org/daniels
"Think of Skolimowski at this stage of his career and life as a filmmaker happily grazing, indulging in an animal need for cinema." - @lwliesJerzy Skolimowski's Academy Award-nominated #NYFF60 selection, EO, continues its run in our theaters!Get showtimes and tickets at filmlinc.org/eo
Earning 11 nominations at the 95th Academy Awards, including Best Picture, Daniels' gleefully maximalist second feature demands to be seen on the big screen.An additional screening of EVERYTHING EVERYWHERE ALL AT ONCE has been added this Friday at 3pm during 'Verse Jumping with Daniels! Get tickets at filmlinc.org/eeaao
Featuring a perceptive and nuanced performance from Vicky Krieps as Empress Elizabeth of Austria, Marie Kreutzer's CORSAGE reimagines the late-19th-century world within the Austro-Hungarian Empire with both austere realism and fanciful anachronism.The #NYFF60 selection closes Thursday in our theaters! Don't miss the chance to see it on the big screen and get tickets at filmlinc.org/corsage
Vicky Krieps is a "virtuoso of stillness, and at times she brings to mind old Hollywood sphinxes like Garbo and Dietrich, whose inscrutable faces worked like wonderful screens on which you could project whatever fantasies you wanted." - @nytimes Marie Kreutzer's CORSAGE, an #NYFF60 selection and NYT Critic's Pick, continues its run in our theaters! Get tickets at filmlinc.org/corsage
Now on our YouTube channel and the FLC Podcast, watch/listen to our #NYFF60 conversation with filmmaker Mia Hansen-Løve on the making of ONE FINE MORNING, which opens this Friday in our theaters!Explore showtimes and get tickets at filmlinc.org/morning?: @juliecfoto
The 32nd New York Jewish Film Festival continues through Saturday with virtual screenings of Mordechai Vardi's BARREN and Esther Takac's THE NARROW BRIDGE! See both films and save with the NYJFF Virtual Bundle at nyjff.org
Dance on Camera, the longest-running dance film festival in the world, returns February 10-13 with 13 programs representing films from 35 countries, filmmaker Q&As, and free events! Get All-Access Passes and tickets at filmlinc.org/dance
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