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The Film at Lincoln Center Podcast is a weekly podcast that features in-depth conversations with filmmakers, actors, critics, and more.

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The Film at Lincoln Center Podcast is a weekly podcast that features in-depth conversations with filmmakers, actors, critics, and more.

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great show

By Tom Morkes - Aug 30 2016
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Really interesting show. Love the guests they bring on and love tuning in to hear new perspectives

Smart and interesting

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I love this podcast. always a pleasure to listen to every week

iTunes Ratings

78 Ratings
Average Ratings
63
9
1
3
2

great show

By Tom Morkes - Aug 30 2016
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Really interesting show. Love the guests they bring on and love tuning in to hear new perspectives

Smart and interesting

By Residents didkcieisksk - Jun 25 2015
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I love this podcast. always a pleasure to listen to every week
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Film at Lincoln Center Podcast

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The Film at Lincoln Center Podcast is a weekly podcast that features in-depth conversations with filmmakers, actors, critics, and more.

Rank #1: From the Archives - David Fincher

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David Fincher discussed his career and approach to filmmaking with critic Todd McCarthy in one of our HBO Directors Dialogues at the 48th New York Film Festival in 2010.

THE SOCIAL NETWORK had its world premiere on opening night of the festival before going on to win the Golden Globe for Best Motion Picture, as well as Academy Awards for best screenwriting, editing, and score.

This podcast is brought to you by The Film Society of Lincoln Center. Film Lives Here.

www.filmlinc.org
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Aug 28 2015

1hr 1min

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Rank #2: #12 - Jennifer Aniston + Anna Kendrick

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Jennifer Aniston and Anna Kendrick discuss their new film "Cake." The conversation followed a screening of the film here at the Film Society of Lincoln Center and was moderated by Columbia Film Professor and Moderator of the REEL PIECES series at Manhattan's 92nd Street Y Annette Insdorf.

This podcast is brought to you by The Film Society of Lincoln Center. Film Lives Here.

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Jan 07 2015

34mins

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Rank #3: From the Archives - Coen Brothers + Noah Baumbach

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BONUS EPISODE: In honor of the opening of HAIL, CAESAR!, listen to Joel and Ethan Coen discuss filmmaking with Noah Baumbach in 2011.

The talk comes from the opening of our Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center, and the night's topic was opening shots. The three directors examined the openings of many of their films as a jumping-off point for a wide-ranging discussion of their careers.

This podcast is brought to you by The Film Society of Lincoln Center. Film Lives Here.

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Feb 05 2016

54mins

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Rank #4: #32 - Safdie Brothers / Karl Ove Knausgaard

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On this week's episode of our podcast The Close-Up, we sat down with filmmaking brothers Josh and Benny Safdie. Their new film Heaven Knows What had its U.S. Premiere at the 52nd New York Film Festival last fall.

Heaven Knows What is a gritty New York drama starring Arielle Holmes as Harley, a heroin addict in a chaotic relationship with the explosive Ilya, played by Caleb Landry Jones. Much of the film was shot just blocks from Lincoln Center and it is based on Holmes’s own experiences living as a junkie on the streets of New York. On the occasion of its theatrical release, Film Comment Digital Editor Violet Lucca spoke with the Safdie brothers about the film. The candid conversation ranged from their approach to the film's score, their relationship to the cast, and the challenges of shooting in New York.

As a bonus, the episode also features an excerpt from our recent conversation with Norwegian author Karl Ove Knausgaard (My Struggle), who joined us for our new series Print Screen, which invites authors to present films that have complimented and inspired their work. Knausgaard chose to present Lars von Trier's Dogme 95 classic The Idiots, and following the screening he joined our Director of Programming Dennis Lim to discuss what the film, and cinema in general, means to him and his work.

This podcast is brought to you by The Film Society of Lincoln Center. Film Lives Here.

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00:00-01:16 – Intro
01:16-04:20 – Karl Ove Knausgaard
05:23-06:48 – Safdie Brothers (Intro)
06:48-47:40 – Safdie Brothers (Interview)

May 27 2015

48mins

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Rank #5: #119 - Martin Scorsese (Part 1)

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In a special archival episode, Martin Scorsese and Kent Jones have a wide-ranging discussion about film history. Recorded at our 2001 series The Next Generation of Film, which was co-presented with the New York Times. Part 1 of 2.

This podcast is brought to you by the Film Society of Lincoln Center. Film Lives Here.

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Jan 18 2017

50mins

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Rank #6: #247 - NYFF57 Day 2: Martin Scorsese, Robert De Niro, Al Pacino & Joe Pesci Discuss The Irishman

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Get ready for an epic conversation on Day 2 of our New York Film Festival daily podcast, featuring Martin Scorsese's NYFF57 opener The Irishman. Eugene Hernandez, FLC Deputy Director and Co-Publisher of Film Comment, is joined by Steven Zeitchik of The Washington Post to discuss the long-awaited crime epic.

Then, we go to the press conference featuring Martin Scorsese, Robert De Niro, Al Pacino, Joe Pesci, and producers Emma Tillinger Koskoff and Jane Rosenthal. They discuss pulling off the decades-spanning production, getting the momentous cast together, finding the film's emotional center in the adaptation process, the testing process of the digital effects, and much more.

The 57th NYFF continues through October 13! See all available tickets at filmlinc.org/nyff

This podcast is brought to you by Film at Lincoln Center.

Sep 28 2019

46mins

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Rank #7: #83 - Jim Jarmusch / Yorgos Lanthimos

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Jim Jarmusch -- who has two new films in this year's Cannes Film Festival -- discusses his 1995 acid western, DEAD MAN.

Also on this week's episode, Greek director Yorgos Lanthimos and actress Ariane Labed discuss THE LOBSTER, which had its US premiere at last year's New York Film Festival and is being released in theaters this weekend.

This podcast is brought to you by the Film Society of Lincoln Center. Film Lives Here.

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May 11 2016

57mins

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Rank #8: #58 - Todd Haynes

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Todd Haynes joins Kent Jones for an HBO Directors Dialogue during the 53rd New York Film Festival. In addition to discussing CAROL, which opens in theaters this weekend, Haynes also talks about his many influences, his use of 16mm, and his approach to adaptation.

This podcast is brought to you by the Film Society of Lincoln Center.

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Nov 18 2015

1hr 1min

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Rank #9: #172 - Wes Anderson & Guests

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Wes Anderson joins producer Jeremy Dawson, co-writer Jason Schwartzman, and cast members Courtney B. Vance, Jeff Goldblum, Akira Ito, and Koyu Rankin to discuss ISLE OF DOGS, which is now playing in theaters.

This podcast is brought to you by the Film Society of Lincoln Center. Film Lives Here.

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Mar 28 2018

28mins

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Rank #10: #24 - Noah Baumbach + Brian De Palma

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This week's episode features a two-part conversation with Oscar-nominated filmmaker Noah Baumbach. Part one comes from a recent Q&A after a screening of his latest, WHILE WE'RE YOUNG; and part two comes from the 2012 New York Film Festival, when Baumbach sat with legendary director Brian De Palma for a very special Directors Dialogue.

Baumbach returned to the Film Society of Lincoln Center in March for a mini-retrospective entitled Growing Up Baumbach, which included a triple feature of KICKING AND SCREAMING, THE SQUID AND THE WHALE, and a sneak preview of WHILE WE'RE YOUNG.

In the film, which is now in theaters, Ben Stiller and Naomi Watts star as a married couple in their forties who connect with a younger couple played by Adam Driver and Amanda Seyfried. The comedy has been hailed as the director’s most accessible film. In fact, at a recent screening the director jokingly said: “What you are about to see is the happiest I get.”

Noah Baumbach has a long history with the Film Society of Lincoln Center, starting in 1995 when his debut feature, KICKING AND SCREAMING, was a main-slate selection in the New York Film Festival. Since then, he has attended subsequent NYFFs to present THE SQUID AND THE WHALE in 2005, MARGOT AT THE WEDDING in 2007, and FRANCES HA in 2012.

In 2010, the director took the stage with legendary director Brian De Palma for a special Directors Dialogue moderated by Variety’s Scott Foundas, which is featured in part two of today's podcast.

But first, part one spotlights Baumbach's most recent appearance at the Film Society's Walter Reade Theater, with a talk moderated by New York Film Festival Director Kent Jones.

00:00–2:40 - Intro
02:40–30:59 - WHILE WE'RE YOUNG Q&A
31:54–01:42:48 - Noah Baumbach + Brian De Palma at NYFF50

This podcast is brought to you by The Film Society of Lincoln Center. Film Lives Here.

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Apr 01 2015

1hr 42mins

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Rank #11: #189 - The Female Gaze

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Cinematographers Natasha Braier, Ashley Connor, Agnès Godard, and Joan Churchill discuss the notion of a "Female Gaze" over opening weekend of our series of the same name.

"The Female Gaze" continues here at the Film Society of Lincoln Center through August 9th with films by directors like Claire Denis, Jacques Rivette, Chantal Akerman, Ryan Coogler, and Lucrecia Martel.

This podcast is brought to you by the Film Society of Lincoln Center. Film Lives Here.

Aug 01 2018

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Rank #12: #19 - David Cronenberg

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For this week’s episode of The Close-Up, we’re proud to present an archival conversation with master director David Cronenberg, whose latest film, MAPS TO THE STARS, hits theaters this weekend.

Back in 2005, the Film Society of Lincoln Center paid tribute to David Cronenberg leading up that year’s release of A HISTORY OF VIOLENCE. That film went on to garner widespread critical acclaim with Peter Travers (Rolling Stone) praising its “explosive power and subversive wit,” and Manohla Dargis (New York Times) calling it a “mindblower.” For our 2005 tribute, The Film Society capped off a retrospective of the director’s work with “An Evening with David Cronenberg,” which featured a conversation with journalist David D’Arcy.

The hour-plus discussion touched on many aspects of Cronenberg’s extensive career through the lens of the director’s rare moment of studio favor. “I’ve been getting a lot more offers from studios,” he said, “this will last about 10 minutes but I’m - for an older guy - kind of hot right now.” In addition to his dealings with studios, the director also speaks candidly about his relationship with critics, which he describes as very strange.

This podcast is brought to you by The Film Society of Lincoln Center. Film Lives Here.

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Feb 25 2015

1hr 11mins

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Rank #13: #165 - Greta Gerwig / Luca Guadagnino

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On the heels of their multiple Oscar nominations, listen to the directors of LADY BIRD and CALL ME BY YOUR NAME discuss the films at the 55th New York Film Festival, where both had their New York premieres.

This podcast is brought to you by the Film Society of Lincoln Center. Film Lives Here.

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Jan 24 2018

47mins

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Rank #14: #211 - Yorgos Lanthimos

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Greek filmmaker Yorgos Lanthimos talks about his new film THE FAVOURITE, which has been nominated for ten Academy Awards including Best Picture and Best Director.

This podcast is brought to you by the Film Society of Lincoln Center. Film Lives Here.

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Jan 23 2019

45mins

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Rank #15: #256 - NYFF57 Day 11: Making Uncut Gems with Josh & Benny Safdie and Crew

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On Day 11 of our New York Film Festival daily podcast, we explore the making of the festival's surprise screening, Uncut Gems. In the introduction, Eugene Hernandez, FLC's Deputy Director and Co-Publisher of Film Comment, is joined by Eric Kohn, IndieWire’s Executive Editor & Chief Critic, to discuss NYFF and the importance of film festivals, and the evolution of the Safdies.

Then we go to yesterday's NYFF Live talk on the making of Uncut Gems, moderated by Kohn. Josh and Benny Safdie (Heaven Knows What, Good Time) were on hand to detail the process of making this electrifying New York City-set thriller, joined by co-writer and editor Ronald Bronstein, producer Sebastian Bear McClard, composer Daniel Lopatin, and casting director Jen Venditti.

The 57th NYFF continues through October 13! See all available tickets at filmlinc.org/nyff

This podcast is brought to you by Film at Lincoln Center.

Oct 07 2019

1hr 7mins

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Rank #16: #259 - NYFF57 Day 14: Bong Joon Ho on Parasite

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On Day 14 of our New York Film Festival daily podcast, Eugene Hernandez, FLC's Deputy Director and Co-Publisher of Film Comment, is joined by Matt Bolish, FLC'S Director of Operations, Producer of the New York Film Festival, and Convergence Programmer. They discuss what goes into pulling off the 17-day festival as well as what to look forward to at Convergence, which delves into innovative modes of storytelling via interactive experiences, featuring Virtual Reality, Immersive Cinema, game play, and more. See this year's lineup, which includes two free talks and the world premiere of Holy Night, playing for free through Sunday: filmlinc.org/convergence

Then we go to a special Directors Dialogue with Bong Joon Ho. The South Korean filmmaker, whose unpredictable and diverse filmography has taken us from the gonzo monster movie The Host to the intense, bloody melodrama of Mother to the graphic novel action of Snowpiercer, has created perhaps his masterpiece with this year’s Palme d’Or–winner Parasite. Bong discussed his spring-trap-loaded comedy-drama-thriller with a social conscience and kept things spoiler-free. 

Parasite opens Wednesday, October 16 at Film at Lincoln Center! Get tickets here: filmlinc.org/bonghive

The 57th NYFF continues through Sunday! See all available tickets at filmlinc.org/nyff

This podcast is brought to you by Film at Lincoln Center.

Oct 10 2019

1hr 10mins

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Rank #17: #224 - Robert Pattinson & Claire Denis

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Claire Denis and Robert Pattinson discuss HIGH LIFE, which premiered at the 56th New York Film Festival and opens here at the Film Society of Lincoln Center this weekend.

This podcast is brought to you by the Film Society of Lincoln Center. Film Lives Here.

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Apr 24 2019

41mins

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Rank #18: #142 - Christopher Nolan / 'Landline'

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Christopher Nolan discusses his new WWII epic, DUNKIRK. Also, the filmmakers and cast of LANDLINE discuss the comedic drama after a sneak preview screening. The guests include writer-director Gillian Robespierre, co-writer Elizabeth Holm, Jenny Slate, and Abby Quinn. Both films come out in theaters this weekend.

This podcast is brought to you by the Film Society of Lincoln Center. Film Lives Here.

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Jul 20 2017

1hr 12mins

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Rank #19: #90 - Nicolas Winding Refn

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Nicolas Winding Refn joins us to discuss his latest film THE NEON DEMON, which stars Elle Fanning as an aspiring model in the cutthroat Los Angeles scene. The conversation was part of our ongoing Free Talks series, which is sponsored by HBO. To learn more about upcoming free events, check out filmlinc.org/free.

This podcast is brought to you by the Film Society of Lincoln Center. Film Lives Here.

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Jun 29 2016

44mins

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Rank #20: #25 - Olivier Assayas, Kristen Stewart & Juliette Binoche

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This week's two-part episode features French filmmaker Olivier Assayas. Special guests include actresses Juliette Binoche and Kristen Stewart, who co-star in his latest film, CLOUDS OF SILS MARIA, opening in theaters next weekend.

CLOUDS OF SILS MARIA, a main-slate selection of last year’s New York Film Festival, stars Binoche as a veteran actress coming to terms with her life and career after agreeing to act in a revival of the play that made her famous 20 years earlier. Stewart plays her assistant, who accompanies her on a soul-searching journey through the Sils Maria region of the Swiss Alps.

Assayas has been called the most innovative and influential French director of his generation, and his relationship to the New York Film Festival goes all the back to 1996, when his film IRMA VEP was included in that year’s festival.

Preceding the official NYFF52 screening of Clouds of Sils Maria, Assayas joined Binoche and Stewart onstage for a conversation with press, moderated by the festival’s director of programming, Kent Jones. The discussion will serve as part one of today’s episode.

Part two comes from 2004, when the director took the stage following a screening of his seminal 1996 film, IRMA VEP. That film stars Maggie Cheung as herself cast in an ill-fated production of a remake of Louis Feullade's classic silent film serial LES VAMPIRES. This fascinating conversation was also moderated by our own Kent Jones.

This podcast is brought to you by The Film Society of Lincoln Center. Film Lives Here.

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00:00–02:13 - Intro
02:13–25:04 - Clouds of Sils Maria Press Conference
25:04–01:16:34 - Olivier Assayas Talk (2004)

Apr 08 2015

1hr 16mins

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#282 - Eliza Hittman & Talia Ryder on Never Rarely Sometimes Always

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Today, we’re sharing a special conversation with filmmaker Eliza Hittman and actress Talia Ryder following a patron screening of Never Rarely Sometimes Always at Film at Lincoln Center.

Opening this weekend, the Sundance and Berlinale winner is an intimate portrayal of two teenage girls in rural Pennsylvania. Faced with an unintended pregnancy and a lack of local support, they embark across state lines to New York City on a fraught journey of friendship, bravery, and compassion.

This Monday, March 16, Hittman will return to Film at Lincoln Center for a free talk, presented by Film Comment magazine, in which she’ll discuss her new film and already rich body of work.

See free RSVP details: www.filmlinc.org/free

This podcast is brought to you by Film at Lincoln Center.

Mar 11 2020

26mins

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#281 - The Directors of Bacurau and Sônia Braga

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Today on the Film at Lincoln Center podcast, we’re sharing a conversation following the 57th New York Film Festival premiere of Kleber Mendonça Filho and Juliano Dornelles’s rollicking thriller Bacurau, which is now playing at Film at Lincoln Center. The film follows the community of a vibrant, richly diverse Brazilian town who fight back when they become the targets of a group of armed mercenaries.

The directors and legendary actress Sônia Braga will return to FLC this Sunday for a Q&A at the 6:15pm screening. The directors will also be back next week on March 10, 12, and 13 for Q&As at the 6:15pm screenings. 

From March 13-24, we’re also proud to present Mapping Bacurau, an explosive 13-film series featuring influences hand-picked by the directors of Bacurau. From spaghetti westerns to horror and sci-fi gems to Brazilian classics, the series features John Carpenter’s Starman in 70mm, the 4K restoration of Robin Hardy’s folk horror classic The Wicker Man, Sergio Leone’s western epic Duck, You Sucker! in 35mm, and much more.

See showtimes and get tickets: www.filmlinc.org/bacurau

This podcast is brought to you by Film at Lincoln Center.

Mar 06 2020

30mins

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#280 - Corneliu Porumboiu on The Whistlers

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Today on the Film at Lincoln Center podcast, we’re sharing a conversation following the 57th New York Film Festival premiere of Corneliu Porumboiu’s The Whistlers.

Opening this Friday at Film at Lincoln Center, the leading Romanian director’s first all-out genre film is a clever, swift, and elegant neo-noir with a wonderfully off-kilter central conceit. Following the adventures of a police detective who arrives on a mysterious island, the crime drama furthers the director’s explorations of the intricacies and limitations of language, but is also his most playful, even exuberant, film.

See showtimes and get tickets: www.filmlinc.org/whistlers

This podcast is brought to you by Film at Lincoln Center.

Feb 26 2020

16mins

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#279 - Pedro Costa on Vitalina Varela

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Today on the Film at Lincoln Center podcast, we’re sharing a conversation following the 57th New York Film Festival premiere of Pedro Costa’s masterful new drama Vitalina Varela.

Opening this Friday exclusively at Film at Lincoln Center, the film follows a Cape Verdean woman who returns to Fontainhas for her husband’s funeral after being separated for decades. The grief of the present and the ghosts of the past commingle in Costa’s ravishing film, which might be the director’s most visually extraordinary work.

See showtimes and get tickets: https://www.filmlinc.org/newreleases

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Feb 20 2020

25mins

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#278 - Kantemir Balagov on Beanpole

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Today we’re sharing a conversation following the 57th New York Film Festival premiere of Kantemir Balagov’s Beanpole. Now in select theaters, his second feature follows two women in post-WWII Leningrad as they attempt to readjust to a haunted world. The 28-year-old director joined programmer Florence Almozini and translator Sasha Korbut to discuss the trauma of war, capturing human connection, and more.

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Feb 12 2020

25mins

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#277 - Angela Schanelec on I Was at Home, But...

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Today, we’re sharing a conversation with German master Angela Schanelec from the 57th New York Film Festival, where she presented her radical new film I Was at Home, But…

Starting this Friday at Film at Lincoln Center, join the director in person for her first complete New York retrospective. The series will kick off with a sneak preview of her new film, which opens next Friday, February 14, at FLC. See showtimes & get tickets, plus see 3 or more films during the retrospective and save: https://www.filmlinc.org/schanelec

Likely the most singular and underappreciated among the contemporary German filmmakers collectively known as the Berlin School (which also includes Christian Petzold, Thomas Arslan, and Valeska Grisebach), Schanelec makes films that achieve nothing less than the rendering of the human soul on screen. 

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Feb 05 2020

26mins

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#276 - Kitty Green on The Assistant

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This week on the Film at Lincoln Center podcast, we’re sharing a conversation following a special screening of The Assistant with writer-director Kitty Green and producer Scott Macaulay. The film, which opens in theaters this week, follows one day in the life of Jane (Julia Garner), a recent college graduate and aspiring film producer, who has recently landed her dream job as a junior assistant to a powerful entertainment mogul. As Jane follows her daily routine, the film explores the abuse that insidiously colors every aspect of her work day.

Moderated by Madeline Whittle, Programming Assistant at Film at Lincoln Center.

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Jan 31 2020

24mins

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#275 - Bertrand Bonello on Zombi Child

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This week on the Film at Lincoln Center podcast, we’re sharing a conversation following the U.S. premiere of Bertrand Bonello’s Zombi Child at the 57th New York Film Festival. Opening this Friday at Film at Lincoln Center, the film is an unconventional plunge into horror-fantasy that feverishly dissolves boundaries of time and space as it questions colonialist mythmaking. Moderated by programmer Florence Almozini, they discussed voodoo, Haitian history, boarding schools, the two-part shoot, and more.

See showtimes & get tickets for Zombi Child, which is a New York Times Critic's Pick, at filmlinc.org/zombi

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Jan 23 2020

30mins

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#274 - Steven Soderbergh, Cast & Crew Celebrate 20 Years of The Limey

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Today, we’re sharing a conversation following our special screening of the new 4K restoration of The Limey. Steven Soderbergh, Luis Guzmán, Lesley Ann Warren, editor Sarah Flack, and cinematographer Ed Lachman joined Film at Lincoln Center to discuss their radical, fragmentary take on the film noir. Celebrating its 20th anniversary this year, the team talked about the shooting and editing process for the movie, which endures as a seminal work of American film modernism and a love letter to the art cinema of the sixties. Moderated by Film Comment Editor-in-Chief Nicolas Rapold.

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Jan 14 2020

43mins

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#273 - Bong Joon Ho & Song Kang Ho on Parasite

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Today, we’re sharing a conversation with Parasite director-writer Bong Joon Ho and actor Song Kang Ho, who joined us for a special Q&A following a screening of their Palme d'Or and Golden Globe winner, which continues playing daily at Film at Lincoln Center. They discussed the worldwide acclaim for the film, the twists beyond the first act, and the future of their long-running collaboration.

Starting this week at Film at Lincoln Center and underway through January 14, join us for The Bong Show, a complete Bong Joon Ho retrospective featuring his brilliant debut Barking Dogs Never Bite, his hugely entertaining monster movie The Host, his genre-defying drama Mother, his star-studded English-language debut Snowpiercer, rarely-screened shorts, and more. The series also includes Bong's hand-picked influences with films by John Carpenter, Kiyoshi Kurosawa, Kim Ki-young, and more. See more films during the retrospective and save with a 3+ film package!

See showtimes and get tickets at filmlinc.org/thebongshow

This podcast is brought to you by Film at Lincoln Center.

Jan 07 2020

32mins

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#272 - Karim Aïnouz on Invisible Life

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This week on the Film at Lincoln Center podcast, we're sharing a conversation from our recent series Veredas: A Generation of Brazilian Filmmakers, which put a spotlight on the radical recent films from the country. Writer-director Karim Aïnouz joined us for the New York premiere of his tropical melodrama, Invisible Life, which opens at Film at Lincoln Center this Friday, January 3.

The winner of the Un Certain Regard award at this year’s Cannes Film Festival and Brazil’s submission for this year’s Oscars, it tells the tale of two inseparable sisters in 1940s Rio de Janeiro. The conversation was moderated by Mary Jane Marcasiano from Cinema Tropical.

See showtimes and get tickets at filmlinc.org

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Jan 02 2020

46mins

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#271 - Agnès Varda on the Beginning of the French New Wave

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This Friday, our career-spanning Agnès Varda retrospective kicks off here at Film at Lincoln Center and continues through January 6 with Rosalie Varda in person. To celebrate the series, we’re sharing a conversation with the French New Wave pioneer from our archives. In 2015, she joined us for our annual Art of the Real festival and participated in a special Q&A with programmer Rachael Rakes.

They discussed her enormously influential feature debut La Pointe Courte, directed when she was just 25 years old, and which many critics and scholars now consider as the first proper entry in what would become the Nouvelle Vague. Besides sharing fascinating anecdotes from the making of the film, Varda also told stories of her interactions with other icons of French cinema like Alain Resnais, Francois Truffaut, and André Bazin.

See showtimes and get tickets for the retrospective at filmlinc.org/varda

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Dec 18 2019

36mins

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#270 - Alla Kovgan on Cunningham

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This week on the Film at Lincoln Center podcast, we're sharing a conversation with Cunningham director Alla Kovgan from the 57th New York Film Festival. Her breathtaking new film, opening this Friday at Film at Lincoln Center, pays tribute to one of the most visionary choreographers of the 20th century, Merce Cunningham. The director will return to FLC for opening weekend Q&As this Saturday and Sunday! Get tickets at filmlinc.org

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Dec 12 2019

20mins

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#269 - Trey Edward Shults & Cast on Waves

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This week on the Film at Lincoln Center podcast, we’re sharing a conversation on the emotional, vibrant new drama Waves. Writer-director Trey Edward Shults and cast members Kelvin Harrison, Jr., Alexa Demie, and Renée Elise Goldsberry joined Film at Lincoln Center following a sneak preview. They discussed the personal history of the story, the kinetic filmmaking on display, the casting process, and much more.

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Dec 05 2019

31mins

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#268 - Mati Diop on Atlantics

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This week on the Film at Lincoln Center podcast, we’re sharing an extensive conversation with Mati Diop. The French-Senegalese director earned the Grand Prix at the Cannes Film Festival for her debut film Atlantics, which is now in theatrical release and arrives on Netflix this Friday. At the 57th New York Film Festival, Diop was on hand at a Directors Dialogue to discuss her first feature, which is a hypnotic yet grounded ghost and love story, with FLC Director of Programming Dennis Lim.

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Nov 27 2019

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#267 - New Korean Cinema and Varda by Agnés

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This week on the Film at Lincoln Center podcast, we preview our new series Relentless Invention: New Korean Cinema, 1996–2003, starting this Friday at Film at Lincoln Center and continuing through December 4. Grady Hendrix of Subway Cinema and FLC programmer Tyler Wilson discuss how a generation of filmmakers,  from Bong Joon Ho to Park Chan-wook, created homegrown blockbusters that imbued the pleasures of pop cinema with a subversive, gleefully inventive approach to genre and a sharp sociopolitical edge. See showtimes and get tickets, plus save with 3+ film package or All-Access Pass, at filmlinc.org/newkorean

Then, our season of Agnès Varda kicks off with her final film, Varda by Agnès this Friday, followed by the most comprehensive retrospective to date, beginning December 20. During the 57th New York Film Festival, Agnès’ daughter and producer Rosalie Varda joined us for a Q&A, moderated by programmer Florence Almozini, following a sold-out screening of her swan song. She discusses the emotional journey of making the film and how it's a fitting farewell to the legendary filmmaker, told in her own words. See showtimes and get tickets at filmlinc.org

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Nov 20 2019

52mins

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#266 - Todd Haynes and Mark Ruffalo on Dark Waters

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This week on the Film at Lincoln Center podcast, we preview our upcoming Patricia Mazuy retrospective with programmer Madeline Whittle. She discusses the French director's singular filmography, which will be presented starting this Friday with free screening of Travolta and Me followed by The King’s Daughters, starring Isabelle Huppert, and continuing through Sunday with the director in person. See showtimes and get tickets at filmlinc.org/mazuy, plus save with 3+ film package.

Then we go to a special conversation from our members-only sneak preview of Dark Waters, featuring writer-director Todd Haynes and actor-producer Mark Ruffalo. In the thrilling drama, inspired by a shocking true story, Ruffalo plays a tenacious attorney who uncovers a dark secret that connects a growing number of unexplained deaths to one of the world’s largest corporations. They duo discuss not over-dramatizing this true story, challenging systems of power, Ed Lachman's cinematography, and more.

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Nov 14 2019

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#265 - Martin Scorsese on Hereditary, Joanna Hogg, and Hugo Haas

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This week on the Film at Lincoln Center podcast, we preview our upcoming Jessica Hausner retrospective with programmer Dan Sullivan. He discusses the Austrian director's eclectic filmography thus far, which will be presented starting this Friday with a sneak preview of her Cannes winner Little Joe (featuring a Q&A with Hausner and actress Emily Beecham) and continuing through Sunday. See showtimes and get tickets at filmlinc.org/hausner, plus save with 3+ film package.

Then we go to a special conversation with Martin Scorsese. Following the world premiere of The Irishman at the 57th New York Film Festival, the director sat down with NYFF director Kent Jones for the annual event On Cinema. During the discussion the filmmaker talked about influences and recent favorites, illustrated with film clips. During the discussion the legendary filmmaker talked about influences and recent favorites, illustrated with film clips, specifically a pair of Hugo Haas features, Ari Aster’s Hereditary, and Joanna Hogg’s Archipelago.

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Nov 06 2019

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#264 - Lily Tomlin & Jane Wagner Reflect on Comedy and Their Careers

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Today, we’re sharing a special conversation from our Lily Tomlin & Jane Wagner retrospective this past September at Film at Lincoln Center. The duo joined writer Hilton Als for a lively, wide-ranging discussion of their work across film, television, and theater. They discussed how their lasting and fruitful partnership has reshaped the art of American comedy and expanded its feminist imagination.

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Oct 31 2019

46mins

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#263 - Steven Zaillian, Paul Schrader, Gillian Robespierre, Geoffrey Fletcher & JC Chandor

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Thank you for tuning into our daily podcasts from the 57th New York Film Festival, featuring conversations with the filmmakers behind The Irishman, Marriage Story, Portrait of a Lady on Fire, Pain and Glory, Uncut Gems, and more. We also featured extensive talks about two favorites from the festival now playing at Film at Lincoln Center, Parasite and Synonyms.

Today on our weekly podcast, we’re featuring a special NYFF Live discussion presented by the Writers Guild of America, East. At the festival, five screenwriters gathered to discuss writing New York City on the page and how it goes beyond the quintessential urban landscape. Panelists include JC Chandor, Geoffrey Fletcher, Gillian Robespierre, and Steven Zaillian, with moderation by Paul Schrader. They discussed the screenwriting process and capturing NYC in their films, including The Irishman, Taxi Driver, Precious, Obvious Child, and Margin Call

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Oct 24 2019

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great show

By Tom Morkes - Aug 30 2016
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Really interesting show. Love the guests they bring on and love tuning in to hear new perspectives

Smart and interesting

By Residents didkcieisksk - Jun 25 2015
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I love this podcast. always a pleasure to listen to every week