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Announcing our retrospective dedicated to Yoshimitsu Morita (Dec. 2-11), a director who amassed one of the most fascinatingly idiosyncratic and prolific bodies of work in modern Japanese cinema. 🇯🇵 Explore the full lineup & schedulefilmlinc.org/morita7EQ
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Spend the holiday season at Film at Lincoln Center! ❄️🎞️ Announcing our programming through January 2023: all three parts of Lars von Trier's THE KINGDOM, CORSAGE (w/ sneak previews), THE SUPER 8 YEARS, ALCARRÀS, SAINT OMER, ONE FINE MORNING & much more!filmlinc.org/FLCQ4fk
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In the minimalist masterpiece "Aftersun," every moment, every snippet of dialogue, every detail down to the smallest role or the tiniest detail in the background feels like a vibrant slice of real life, writes @RichardERoeper in his four-star review. bit.ly/3WKw5xn
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Reminder: tickets for our Yoshimitsu Morita retrospective go on sale tomorrow at noon! Only a few $65 All-Access Passes will be available ($35 for Students), so act fast. twitter.com/FilmLinc/statu…
Talked to OLDBOY director Park Chan-wook mostly about the tiny details of DECISION TO LEAVE, and the surprising meaning he packed into them. The pockets, the eyedrops, the chainmail glove: all even more symbolic than I thought, and so carefully planned. polygon.com/23445882/decis…
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Park Hae-il on the ‘internal wounds and internal traumas’ of Korean romantic film noir ‘Decision to Leave’ [Exclusive Video Interview] goldderby.com/feature/park-h…
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Two years on from his TV breakout with Normal People, #PaulMescal is making the leap into movie stardom with quiet, emotionally obliterating indie Aftersun, and relearning how to exist in the public eye. bit.ly/GQHypePaulMesc…
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By the way: Aftersun — everything you’ve heard is true, it’s stunning and it’ll wreck ya. Go see it.
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Got around to reviewing AFTERSUN, which grew into one of my favorites of the year on second viewing. A "small" movie with deep reservoirs of meaning and feeling. chron.com/culture/review…
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For a limited time, get 25% off FLC Memberships with the promo code HOLIDAY25; available for Contributor-level Memberships and above: filmlinc.org/membership 🎁r
"Vicky Krieps gives an exhilaratingly fierce performance.” - @guardianfilm On Dec. 15, don't miss Vicky Krieps & Marie Kreutzer in person for sneak previews of CORSAGE w/ reception! Tickets on sale Thursday at noon, with FLC Member pre-sale access now: filmlinc.org/corsage
EO is a soul-stirring cinematic experience. A modern Au Hasard Balthazar with its own identity as the 84-year-old Jerzy Skolimowski compassionately captures the beauty & ugliness of humanity through the eyes of a donkey wandering through Poland. Awe-inspiring images & sound work.
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EO has been nominated for two #europeanfilmawards: Living legend Jerzy Skolimowski for Best European Director for this career-capping achievement and the European University Film Award, decided by the next generation of European filmmakers.
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Paul Mescal has earned Gotham, British Independent Film Award and European Film Award nominations for his performance in AFTERSUN.
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The thing about Park Hae-il in Decision to Leave is that it’s one of the funniest performances of the year
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Someone in Seoul saw THE NOVELIST'S FILM in the same theater where the novelist's film is screened in THE NOVELIST'S FILM. And they took pics! twitter.com/citruscitrus50…
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We've picked up doc memoir THE SUPER 8 YEARS by acclaimed French writer Annie Ernaux, this year's Nobel Prize winner for literature and author of the book upon which 'Happening' is based. The film will open Dec 16 at @FilmLinc before expanding. variety.com/2022/film/glob…
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Film at Lincoln Center Members save $5 on all tickets year-round! For a limited time, get 25% off Memberships with the promo code HOLIDAY25; available for Contributor-level Memberships and above. Join our community of film lovers: filmlinc.org/membership 🎁0
ONE FINE MORNING | Opens Jan. 27 Mia Hansen-Løve creates, in harmonious concert with a magnificent Léa Seydoux, a complicated portrait of a woman torn between romantic desire and familial tragedy that is a marvel of emotional and formal economy.
SAINT OMER | Opens Jan. 13 Alice Diop's narrative debut is at once a tense courtroom drama, a work of abstracted psychological portraiture, an inquiry into human agency, and a provocative examination of the limits of myth and cross-cultural knowledge. France's Oscar entry!
ALCARRÀS | Opens Jan. 6 Winner of the 2022 Golden Bear, Carla Simón’s follow-up to her acclaimed childhood drama SUMMER 1993 is a ruminative, lived-in portrait of a rural family in present-day Catalonia whose way of life is rapidly changing. Spain's Oscar entry!
Corsage | Opens Dec. 23 Don't miss sneak previews of the #NYFF60 sensation with Marie Kreutzer & Vicky Krieps in person and ticket-holder reception on Dec. 15! Tickets on sale Thursday, with pre-sale access for FLC Members on Wednesday: filmlinc.org/corsage
THE KINGDOM EXODUS | Dec. 28-Jan. 5 The show’s legions of fans will be delighted by Lars von Trier's dark-comic return to the misfit world of Copenhagen’s Rigshospitalet. See all three parts for $30 (GP) / $25 (Members): filmlinc.org/kingdom
THE KINGDOM II | Dec. 23-27 Heads continue to roll in Lars von Trier's four-part sequel, where the hospital’s otherworldly forces have been manifesting among its staff and patients. Tix: filmlinc.org/kingdom
THE KINGDOM I | Dec. 16-22 A singular blend of horror, humor & melodrama, Lars von Trier's series centers around the neurosurgical ward of Denmark’s most technologically advanced hospital, where strange & otherworldly events have started to occur. Tix: filmlinc.org/kingdom
THE SUPER 8 YEARS | Opens Dec. 16 The French writer and 2022 Nobel Prize awardee Annie Ernaux opens a treasure trove with this delicate journey into her family’s memory. Tickets now on sale: filmlinc.org/super8
THE ETERNAL DAUGHTER | Opens Dec. 2 Tilda Swinton, in a performance of rich, endless surprise, turns in one of the most remarkable acting feats in her astonishing career with her latest Joanna Hogg collaboration. Get tickets: filmlinc.org/daughter
Yoshimitsu Morita Retrospective | Dec. 2-11 Join Film at Lincoln Center for a special retrospective of the Japanese master's films and get lost with us in his cinematic labyrinth of desire, chaos, and joy. Tickets on sale this Thursday: filmlinc.org/morita
ALL THE BEAUTY AND THE BLOODSHED | Opens Nov. 23 | Q&A with Laura Poitras & Harry Cullen on Nov. 26 at 6:15pm screening An enthralling, empowering work that stirringly connects personal tragedy, political awareness, and artistic expression. Get tickets: filmlinc.org/beauty
NANNY | Opens Nov. 23 Mixing domestic melodrama w/ American genre elements & West African folklore, @NotNikyatu's Sundance Grand Jury Prize winner & @NDNF selection is a spellbinding experience that defies expectation. All tickets buy one, get one free: filmlinc.org/nanny
EO | Opens Nov. 18 | Q&A w/ Jerzy Skolimowski & Ewa Piaskowska + reception on Nov. 19 In Poland's Oscar entry, Skolimowski has constructed his own bold vision about the follies of human nature, seen from the ultimate outsider’s perspective. Get tickets: filmlinc.org/films/eo
Spend the holiday season at Film at Lincoln Center! ❄️🎞️ Announcing our programming through January 2023: all three parts of Lars von Trier's THE KINGDOM, CORSAGE (w/ sneak previews), THE SUPER 8 YEARS, ALCARRÀS, SAINT OMER, ONE FINE MORNING & much more!filmlinc.org/FLCQ4fk
Hong Sangsoo’s THE NOVELIST'S FILM is a work of deceptive minimalism, inflected with themes of aging, mortality, and the high stakes of art-making. Read Clinton Krute's review: filmcomment.com/blog/writers-b…
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Congrats to @JBontatibus on winning our DECISION TO LEAVE poster giveaway! twitter.com/JBontatibus/st…
Tickets for our Yoshimitsu Morita retrospective go on sale this Thursday, November 10, at noon with limited All-Access Passes available ($65 for General Public and $35 for Students). Learn more: filmlinc.org/morita
TOP STRIPPER | Dec. 10 at 9:30pm Morita’s early feature marked his foray into the 'pink' film and is a coming-of-age tale suffused with anarchic energy and a rebellious touch all his own.
SOMETHING LIKE IT | Dec. 7 at 6:30pm Morita’s debut theatrical feature is a charming and comical coming-of-age tale set in the worlds of rakugo, a traditional form of Japanese sit-down comedy, and sex work.
THE MAMIYA BROTHERS | Dec. 11 at 9pm This charming, tender comedy follows two siblings who live together and have created an entire world unto themselves—a world that changes radically when the elder brother falls for a video rental store clerk.
MAIN THEME | Dec. 4 at 8:45pm An irreverent road movie full of delightful tricks and confetti, this star vehicle for pop idol Hiroko Yakushimaru is a coming-of-age romance between an apprentice magician and a former preschool teacher who has lost her way.
LOST PARADISE | Dec. 4 at 1pm (intro by Kazuko Misawa & composer Michiru Oshima) An expansive mood piece and a meditative tale of forbidden love, starring Hitomi Kuroki and Kōji Yakusho as passionate paramours in a society in which infidelity is eminently taboo.
KITCHEN | Dec. 11 at 2pm A sui generis film about mourning and starting anew, KITCHEN follows an orphan who moves in with a friend of her grandmother’s and his trans mother and looks to the kitchen as a means of coping with her grief.
KEIHO | Dec. 9 at 6:30pm A spellbinding synthesis of the courtroom drama and the psychological thriller, KEIHO follows a young actor as he stands trial for a gruesome double murder—but his strange behavior in custody makes the police and criminal psychologists alike suspicious.
HARU | Dec. 8 & 11 at 6:30pm Before Nora Ephron’s YOU'VE GOT MAIL, there was HARU—an off-kilter tale of boy-meets-girl-virtually in the early days of internet chat rooms, told with a pop avant-garde sensibility.
THE FAMILY GAME | New 4K Remaster | Daily from Dec. 2-8 Visually inventive, bitingly sharp, audacious, and full of wit, this @NDNF selection announced the arrival of Morita as a remarkable new voice in Japanese cinema whose influence still sends out ripples today.
DEATHS IN TOKIMEKI | Dec. 2 at 9pm (intro by Kazuko Misawa) & Dec. 9 at 2pm A visually arresting mood piece shrouded in mystery follows a young man as he prepares for a deadly hit job under orders from a shadowy organization.
THE BLACK HOUSE | Dec. 3 at 6:15pm (intro by producer Kazuko Misawa) & Dec. 9 at 9:15pm In Morita’s provocative, utterly absorbing first horror film, an insurance agent receives a phone call from a suicidal woman, setting in motion a chain of increasingly unnerving events.
AND THEN | Dec. 10 at 7pm Perhaps the director's most ambitious work, Morita’s award-winning first foray into period films is an adaptation of master of literary modernism Sōseki Natsume’s celebrated novel of the same title.
Announcing our retrospective dedicated to Yoshimitsu Morita (Dec. 2-11), a director who amassed one of the most fascinatingly idiosyncratic and prolific bodies of work in modern Japanese cinema. 🇯🇵 Explore the full lineup & schedulefilmlinc.org/morita7EQ
Tamil filmmaker Mani Ratnam’s PS1 is an intricate, star-studded period epic, and yet another triumph in an extensive filmography characterized by a masterful blending of convention, innovation, and integrity. Read Srikanth Srinivasan's review: filmcomment.com/blog/talking-p…
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After receiving four Gotham Award nods, “Aftersun” leads the 2022 British Independent Film Awards nominations in 16 categories. See the full list of nominees here: bit.ly/3fydILk
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