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America’s pre-eminent film presentation organization, @filmlinc was founded in 1969 and brings you movies 365 days a year. #FilmLivesHere

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The Centerpiece Selection of the 56th #NYFF has been announced! Secure your seats with a Festival Pass today. #Repost @thenyff : Just announced! Academy Award winning-director @alfonsocuaron 's vibrant, epic drama ROMA is the Centerpiece selection of the 56th #NYFF , making its New York Premiere on October 5, 2018. “I was absolutely stunned by ROMA from beginning to end—by the craftsmanship and the artistry of everyone involved, by the physical power and gravitational force of the images, by the realization that I was seeing something magical: a story of ongoing life grounded within the immensity and mystery of just being here on this planet. Alfonso Cuarón’s film is a wonder," said New York Film Festival Director and Selection Committee Chair Kent Jones. Secure your seat with a Festival Pass before they sell out! See more details and purchase at filmlinc.org/nyff
‪🙌🏾 @questlove + @BootsRiley 🙌🏾‬ ‪Their fascinating, wide-ranging conversation on @sorry2botheryou is coming soon to The @FilmComment Podcast. 🎧 ‬ #FilmLivesHere
Spike Jonze on embracing dance early in his career: "It felt so natural. Filming dance was like filming skateboarding. There’s one place to put the camera to make a trick work. The camera and the skater or the dancer are collaborating and when you lock together, it’s so emotionally satisfying. I got hooked.” (via @nytimes ) Don't miss the world premiere of the new documentary Spike Jonze is a Dancer this Saturday at Dance on Camera Festival 2018! Through next Tuesday, the 46th edition of the festival is a treat for dance lovers of all stripes, offering everything from tap to classical ballet to mime. See the full schedule + reserve tickets at the link in bio. #danceoncamera #DOCF #danceoncamerafestival #spikejonze #dance #fkatwigs
"To me, romantic means you follow your heart more than your mind." - Wong Kar-wai, who turns 60 today. Pictured with Maggie Cheung on the set of In the Mood for Love.
Here’s some Alain Delon to help you get through the week. #mondaymotivation Photographed by Patrice Habans in between shooting The Leopard, which plays this Tuesday and Thursday during our Visconti encore screenings. Full schedule at the link in bio, including The Damned, Rocco and His Brothers, Sandra, and more.
Tomorrow at 8pm, join Sorry to Bother You director @BootsRiley and @Questlove at our next @FilmCommentMagazine Free Talk! The duo will discuss the story’s brilliant workplace nightmare and dead-on commentary about culture, capital, and race in America. Free tickets available first-come, first-served starting at 7pm on Tuesday at the Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center box office. A line may form in advance. Can't make the talk? Tune in via Facebook Live.
Persona (Ingmar Bergman, 1966)
Put on your dancing shoes. Our complete Fred Astaire & Ginger Rogers retrospective continues all weekend long!🕺🏼 💃 Full schedule available at the link in bio. See more and save with a discount package or use @MoviePass.
"No art passes our conscience in the way film does, and goes directly to our feelings, deep down into the dark rooms of our souls.” - Ingmar Bergman, born 100 years ago today. Pictured on the set of The Seventh Seal.
This year, Mudbound DP Rachel Morrison made history as the first woman nominated for the Best Cinematography Oscar, a triumph that also underscored the troubling issue of gender inequality in the film industry. Few jobs on a movie set have been as historically closed to women as that of cinematographer—the persistence of the term “cameraman” says it all. Despite this lack of representation, trailblazing women have left their mark on the field through extraordinary artistry and profound vision. As seen through their eyes, films by directors like Claire Denis, Jacques Rivette, Chantal Akerman, Ryan Coogler, and Lucrecia Martel are immeasurably richer, deeper, and more wondrous. Featuring in-person appearances, our international two-week series The Female Gaze (July 26-August 9) spotlights the amazing work of such accomplished female cinematographers as Agnès Godard, Natasha Braier, Kirsten Johnson, Joan Churchill, Maryse Alberti, Ellen Kuras, and Babette Mangolte, while also posing the question: is there such a thing as the “Female Gaze” at all? Tickets are now on sale at the link in bio, include discount packages.
TONIGHT! Our free outdoor screenings at @governorsisland is “a relaxing, uncrowded and smartly-curated night under the stars, with movies that nicely complement the great city views,” says @mekadomurphy , staff movies editor for @nytimes. The fun begins at 6pm with food, drinks, and music, followed by a special drag performance by @monroesedgwick at 8pm, then Desperately Seeking Susan at dusk!
“Because we are human, because we are bound by gravity and the limitations of our bodies, because we live in a world where the news is often bad and the prospects disturbing, there is a need for another world somewhere, a world where Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers live.” - Roger Ebert Starting Friday, experience all 10 of their collaborations on the big screen with every screening in 35mm or 16mm. 💃 🕺🏼
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