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Inside the Film Society: Rendez-Vous, ND/NF, Matteo Garrone, Jacques Tati & More!

Inside the Film Society: Rendez-Vous, ND/NF, Matteo Garrone, Jacques Tati & More!

Inside the Film Society: Rendez-Vous, ND/NF, Matteo Garrone, Jacques Tati & More!

FILM SOCIETY OF LINCOLN CENTER Inside the Film Society

Rendez-Vous with French Cinema

Starts Tonight! French cinema is as varied and vital as
ever, and we’ve got the films to prove it! Don’t miss
directors in person for the true story Augustine, the
poignant and irreverent Bad Girl, and the dazzling
exploration of relationships in You, Me and Us. Plus, extra
screenings have been added for A Lady in Paris and The
Suicide Shop.

A limited number of tickets are available for Opening Night
screening of Populaire!

OPENS TMRW A Place at the Table A must-see documentary that
investigates the hunger experienced by millions of
Americans. Co-director Kristin Jacobson and chef Tom
Colicchio in person tomorrow! “Engaging and enraging.”

MAR 4 Reality Matteo Garrone in person! The fascination that
“Big Brother” holds for a Neapolitan fishmonger transforms
into a life-altering, disturbing obsession in a biting take
on contemporary Italian society. A Cannes favorite from the
acclaimed director of Gomorrah!

Family Films: Jacques Tati March is playtime with Jacques
Tati! The beloved actor/director carries on the tradition of
slapstick comedy in his films exploring the absurd
complexities of modern life in Jour de Fête, Trafic & Mon
Oncle. $6 tickets for everyone!

Now Playing: Like Someone in Love Buy Tickets

INDIE NIGHT: THE UNSPEAKABLE ACT Mar 12 Quietly, director
Dan Sallitt has developed into one of the most assured
filmmakers on the American indie film scene, and his new
film underlines this fact. Brooklynite sister and brother
Jackie and Matthew love each other, but Jackie wants to take
it several steps further and must come to terms with her own
contradictions and flailing desires. Read More

ART OF THE REAL: THE REVOLUTIONARY OPTIMISTS Mar 13 In the
slums of Calcutta, children fight for their future with the
help of a former attorney who empowers them to become agents
for change. Together they challenge the notion that
marginalization is written into their future. Filmmakers in

SNEAK PREVIEW: THE CROODS IN 3D! Mar 13 With their cave home
destroyed, a stone-age family discovers a fantastic universe
teeming with unimaginably colorful creatures and characters.
Starring Nicolas Cage, Ryan Reynolds, Emma Stone, Catherine
Keener and Cloris Leachman. Sneak preview! Directors Chris
Sanders and Kirk DiMicco in person! Read More

Full New Directors/New Films Lineup Announced! Mar 20-31 The
premier festival dedicated to the discovery of new works by
emerging filmmakers, this year’s festival includes 25
NY for the first time! Opening Night is the chilling tale of
two snipers, Blue Caprice, and Closing Night is
found-footage documentary Our Nixon, full of intimate
glimpses of Nixon in times of glory and disgrace. Check out
the complete program with trailers & more at the brand new
website!

Tickets go on sale for Film Society and MoMA members on

FROM THE BLOG: The History and Mystery of Africa on Film
Celebrate the 20th anniversary of the New York African Film
Festival in April with a diverse program of features and
shorts including classics by Ousmane Sembène and Moussa
Touré and a new short starring Oscar nominee Quvenzhané

Film Society of Lincoln Center: More Than Movies
Rendez-Vous with French Cinema Starts Tonight! French cinema is as varied and vital as ever, and we’ve got the films to prove it! Don’t miss directors in person for the true story Augustine, the poignant and irreverent Bad Girl, and the dazzling exploration of relationships in You, Me and Us. Plus, extra screenings have been added for A Lady in Paris and The Suicide Shop.A limited number of tickets are available for Opening Night screening of Populaire!       Opens Tmrw   A Place at the Table A must-see documentary that investigates the hunger experienced by millions of Americans. Co-director Kristin Jacobson and chef Tom Colicchio in person tomorrow!“Engaging and enraging.”—Variety   Mar 4   RealityMatteo Garrone in person! The fascination that “Big Brother” holds for a Neapolitan fishmonger transforms into a life-altering, disturbing obsession in a biting take on contemporary Italian society. A Cannes favorite from the acclaimed director of Gomorrah!   Mar     Family Films: Jacques TatiMarch is playtime with Jacques Tati! The beloved actor/director carries on the tradition of slapstick comedy in his films exploring the absurd complexities of modern life in Jour de Fête, Trafic & Mon Oncle. $6 tickets for everyone!   MORE FILMS Schedule Now Playing: Like Someone in Love Buy Tickets   INDIE NIGHT: THE UNSPEAKABLE ACT Mar 12 Quietly, director Dan Sallitt has developed into one of the most assured filmmakers on the American indie film scene, and his new film underlines this fact. Brooklynite sister and brother Jackie and Matthew love each other, but Jackie wants to take it several steps further and must come to terms with her own contradictions and flailing desires. Read More   ART OF THE REAL: THE REVOLUTIONARY OPTIMISTS Mar 13 In the slums of Calcutta, children fight for their future with the help of a former attorney who empowers them to become agents for change. Together they challenge the notion that marginalization is written into their future. Filmmakers in person! Read More   SNEAK PREVIEW: THE CROODS IN 3D! Mar 13 With their cave home destroyed, a stone-age family discovers a fantastic universe teeming with unimaginably colorful creatures and characters. Starring Nicolas Cage, Ryan Reynolds, Emma Stone, Catherine Keener and Cloris Leachman. Sneak preview! Directors Chris Sanders and Kirk DiMicco in person! Read More   Full New Directors/New Films Lineup Announced!Mar 20-31 The premier festival dedicated to the discovery of new works by emerging filmmakers, this year’s festival includes 25 features and 17 shorts from 24 countries — all screening in NY for the first time! Opening Night is the chilling tale of two snipers, Blue Caprice, and Closing Night is found-footage documentary Our Nixon, full of intimate glimpses of Nixon in times of glory and disgrace. Check out the complete program with trailers & more at the brand new website!Tickets go on sale for Film Society and MoMA members on Sunday!   FROM THE BLOG: The History and Mystery of Africa on FilmCelebrate the 20th anniversary of the New York African Film Festival in April with a diverse program of features and shorts including classics by Ousmane Sembène and Moussa Touré and a new short starring Oscar nominee Quvenzhané Wallis! Read More       The Film Society of Lincoln Center receives major support from:

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