Film Society of Lincoln Center - Walter Reade Theater
New York, NY 10023
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A misconception about Gloria Grahame (1923–81) is reiterated whenever her career is assessed. Because the mercurial star's characters, especially in her eight film noirs, oozed insolence, duplicity, and the promise of intricate thr...
Richard Lester Brought Pop to the Screen — and Made the Screen Pop
2 months ago by Stephanie Zacharek
Richard Lester hasn't made a fiction feature since 1989, which may partly explain why his films aren't often collected for retrospectives: He drifted out of the public eye, voluntarily, after The Return of the Musketeers, the follow...
Sean Baker’s ‘Tangerine’ (and Other Films) Reveal People as They Are
3 months ago by Stephanie Zacharek
There's probably only one humanist film that opens with the words, "Merry Christmas Eve, bitch!" accompanied by the proffering of a single, sprinkle-dusted doughnut. In Sean Baker's Tangerine, best friends, transgender women, and pr...
This Year’s Asian Film Festival Is Restrained, but Only by Its Standards
3 months ago by Michael Atkinson
Fourteen years ago, when this redoubtable Subway Cinema fest first appeared (as, indelibly, Asian Films Are Go!), the Korean New Wave was just cresting, Japanese pulp didn't seem to have yet swallowed its own tail, and the headlong ...