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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.

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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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55 Ratings
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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

iTunes Ratings

55 Ratings
Average Ratings
45
6
0
2
2

great show

By Tom Morkes - Aug 30 2016
Read more
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
Read more
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: #239 - Co-Director Nanfu Wang on One Child Nation

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Today, we’re sharing a conversation about the Sundance Grand Jury Prize winner One Child Nation, which opens in limited release this week. The film, directed by Nanfu Wang and Jialing Zhang, powerfully and personally explores China’s One Child Policy, which made it illegal in most circumstances for couples to have more than one child.

The film screened at Human Rights Watch Film Festival, where co-director Nanfu Wang joined Yaqiu Wang, China Researcher at Human Rights Watch and Minky Worden, Director of Global Initiatives at Human Rights Watch.

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Aug 08 2019
38 mins
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Rank #2: #10 - Trent Reznor + Atticus Ross

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Composers Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross talk with Shirley Halperin (Billboard, The Hollywood Reporter) about their work on David Fincher's GONE GIRL. The film marks the duo's third collaboration with Fincher, starting with THE SOCIAL NETWORK in 2010 followed by THE GIRL WITH THE DRAGON TATTOO in 2011.

The discussion touched on their process, their thoughts on mixing music and dialogue, and the differences between working on a film and a record.

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Dec 24 2014
39 mins
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Rank #3: 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.

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Aug 28 2015
1 hour 1 min
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Rank #4: #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
1 hour
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Rank #5: 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
54 mins
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Rank #6: #139 - Sofia Coppola

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Hear the audio from our recent sold out Evening with Sofia Coppola, featuring an in-depth discussion with the director about influences, collaboration, and Bill Murray.

To see the photographs discussed in the talk, follow this link:
https://www.filmlinc.org/daily/the-close-up-sofia-coppola-talks-filmmaking-and-the-beguiled

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Jun 22 2017
1 hour 11 mins
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Rank #7: #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.

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Mar 28 2018
28 mins
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Rank #8: #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.

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Jan 18 2017
50 mins
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Rank #9: #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
57 mins
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Rank #10: From the Archives - Michael Haneke + Darren Aronofsky

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Michael Haneke and Darren Aronofsky talk cinema on today's bonus episode, which features a conversation from one of our HBO Directors Dialogues at the 47th New York Film Festival.

We hope you've been enjoying the Film Society of Lincoln Center's weekly podcast The Close-Up. Today, we're excited to bring you the first in a series of monthly bonus episodes featuring content from our archives, which span more than 40 years of the New York Film Festival, Chaplin Award Gala, retrospectives, series, and special events.

What better way to start than with two giants of contemporary cinema: Michael Haneke and Darren Aronofsky. This fascinating conversation comes from one of our HBO Directors Dialogues at the 47th New York Film Festival back in 2009. It coincided with the premiere of Haneke’s Palme d'Or winner The White Ribbon in the festival’s main slate, with Aronofsky acting as the evening’s moderator. The two touched on Haneke’s distinctive approach to post-production, casting, and sound design.

Haneke and Aronofsky have a long history with the Film Society. Both directors’ debut features—Haneke’s The Seventh Continent (1989) and Aronofsky’s Pi (1992)—played at New Directors/New Films, which we co-present with The Museum of Modern Art each spring. Additionally, Haneke’s Benny’s Video (1992), Caché (2005), and Amour (2012) were all NYFF Main Slate selections and Aronofsky's The Wrestler closed the festival in 2008.

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

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Jun 26 2015
37 mins
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Rank #11: #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.

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Jan 24 2018
47 mins
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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.

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Feb 25 2015
1 hour 11 mins
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Rank #13: #106 - Making 'Moonlight'

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Director Barry Jenkins discusses the making of his festival hit MOONLIGHT with playwright Tarell Alvin McCraney, indie producer Adele Romanski, and Dede Gardner and Jeremy Kleiner from Plan B, Brad Pitt’s production company. MOONLIGHT opens in theaters this weekend.

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Oct 19 2016
58 mins
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Rank #14: #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.

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Jul 20 2017
1 hour 12 mins
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Rank #15: From the Archives - Woody Allen

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In a bonus episode of The Close-Up, we're looking back at a memorable evening with Woody Allen from 2005. The iconic director's latest film, CAFE SOCIETY, had its world premiere at Cannes this month.

An Evening with Woody Allen took place before the release of his critically acclaimed drama MATCH POINT, and in addition to discussing that film, Allen also talked about his creative process, his approach to directing actors, and where he finds his ideas.

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

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May 27 2016
31 mins
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Rank #16: #133 - From the Archives - Darren Aronofsky

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This week we're looking back to the 46th New York Film Festival in 2008, where Darren Aronofsky's Oscar-nominated drama THE WRESTLER was the Closing Night selection. During the festival, the director joined Richard Peña for one of our HBO Directors Dialogues to talk in depth about his career and approach to filmmaking.

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Apr 26 2017
1 hour 5 mins
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Rank #17: #23 - Mad Men: The End of an Era

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In celebration of the highly anticipated conclusion of the AMC series Mad Men, the Film Society paid tribute to the show with a gala event in Alice Tully Hall.

Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner and stars Jon Hamm, January Jones, Christina Hendricks, and John Slattery joined journalist Chuck Klosterman, who moderated the lively on-stage conversation about the Emmy and Golden Globe-winning series, looking back at the popular TV show's seven seasons. The event, which took place Saturday, March 21 here at Lincoln Center, was dubbed "Mad Men: The End of an Era."

Mad Men is set in the '60s initially at the fictional Sterling Cooper advertising agency on Madison Avenue in New York. The series has received widespread critical acclaim since its debut nearly eight years ago for its historical authenticity, visual style, costume design, acting, writing, and directing.

The series' list of awards include 15 Emmys and four Golden Globes. It is the first basic-cable series to win the Emmy Award for Outstanding Drama Series.

Before a packed house, most of the cast members walked out on stage fittingly with cocktails in hand. Before opening the 90-minute discussion, Klosterman noted that many people who have been ardent viewers of Mad Men had not lived through the era, which the series so meticulously depicted. "What's amazing is that [there are many] people who feel nostalgia for an era they never actually experienced," he said. "But that also [shows] the power of advertising…"

The event featured favorite clips from various seasons of the series, curated by Weiner and cast. The podcast includes quick synopses of the clips to contextualize the conversation.

Mad Men premiered in July 2009 on AMC. The cable network will begin airing the final episodes of the series on April 5.

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Mar 25 2015
1 hour 31 mins
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Rank #18: #238 - Director Claudio Giovannesi on Piranhas

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On this week's podcast, we’re sharing a conversation about Piranhas, opening here at Film at Lincoln Center on Friday, August 2. The Berlinale Silver Bear winner, co-written and directed by Claudio Giovannesi, is a singular coming-of-age story and a haunting reflection on doomed adolescence.

The film was the Opening Night selection of our Open Roads: New Italian Cinema festival earlier this year, where the director joined programmer Florence Almozini for a Q&A.

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Jul 31 2019
28 mins
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Rank #19: #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.

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Jan 23 2019
45 mins
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Rank #20: #98 - Ang Lee / James Ivory

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Ang Lee discusses his life and career in an HBO Directors Dialogue from the 50th New York Film Festival in 2012. Lee's new film, BILLY LYNN'S LONG HALFTIME WALK, will world premiere at the upcoming 54th New York Film Festival.

Also on this week's episode, hear director James Ivory discuss his landmark Merchant Ivory Production, HOWARDS END, which is being re-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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Aug 24 2016
1 hour 20 mins
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