Film Society of Lincoln Center, 50th Anniversary Gala and Upcoming Films Opening

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The Film Society of Lincoln Center is pleased to announce Pedro Almodóvar, John Waters, Tilda Swinton, and Marielle Heller as the first round of guest speakers for the 50th Anniversary Gala on Monday, April 29, 2019 in Alice Tully Hall. Reflecting and building upon the organization’s half-century introducing New York audiences to many of the industry’s most acclaimed and important filmmakers, the Gala will honor the Film Society’s legendary past and vibrant present, and look ahead as we extend our commitment to the film community.

The Gala is the most important fundraising event of the Film Society’s landmark anniversary year, and all proceeds will benefit the organization in its mission to support the art and craft of cinema. The Chaplin Award Gala will return in 2020.

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AN ELEPHANT SITTING STILL Opens Today

“Extraordinarily moving.” – Ang Lee

“A movie that should become an enduring classic.” – The New Yorker

“A rare creation . . . The work of raw, intimidating talent driven by a creative fury.” – The Film Stage

The late Hu Bo’s epic feature debut—a modern reworking of the tale of Jason and the Argonauts—is a masterpiece that will be remembered as a landmark in Chinese cinema.

Showtimes: 2pm, 6:30pm
*Showtimes vary 3/9

Special Free Talk: Saturday at 6:30pm, Mar. 9th

Presented by Film Comment, guests include actor Zhang Yu; Dinda Elliott, China Institute; Aliza Ma, Film Comment contributor and head of programming at Metrograph; and Nicolas Rapold, editor-in-chief of Film Comment. Learn More

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TRANSIT Now Playing

“EXTRAORDINARY . . . By turns intimate and expansive, Transit is a thrilling, at times harrowing labyrinth of a movie.”
– The New York Times

“It is daring, riveting, and the first great movie of 2019.”
– RogerEbert.com

In Christian Petzold’s brilliant and haunting film, a European refugee flees to Marseille and assumes the identity of a dead novelist whose papers he is carrying. An NYFF56 selection.

Showtimes: 12:30pm, 2:45pm, 5pm, 7:15pm, 9:20pm

For More Info: https://www.filmlinc.org/

TeRra Magazine Team

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