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Film at Lincoln Center 2022 Summer Season

Jun 8, 2022
Film at Lincoln Center 2022 Summer Season

Film at Lincoln Center recently announced its full lineup of festival, repertory and new release programming for the 2022 summer season. Summer at FLC ushers in a bounty of new releases, including Dan Geller and Dayna Goldfine’s documentary Hallelujah: Leonard Cohen, a Journey, a Song, expertly weaving together Leonard Cohen’s life through the prism of his song’s dramatic journey; a celebration of horror icon Dario Argento; New York, 1962-64: Underground and Experimental Cinema, co-presented with the Jewish Museum; the return of two beloved festivals: Open Roads: New Italian Cinema and the New York Asian Film Festival, and much more. All films screen at the Walter Reade Theater (165 W. 65th Street) or Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center (144 W. 65th Street) between Broadway and Amsterdam Avenues. Click here for film descriptions and additional details, and to purchase tickets.  

In addition, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts and Film at Lincoln Center announced a FREE outdoor film series lineup, part of Summer For the City, kicking off Wednesday, July 13. ‚ÄčThe Summer For the City outdoor film series promises to delight and thrill moviegoers, with iconic titles including the seminal music documentaries, Wim Wenders’ Academy Award nominated Buena Vista Social ClubGimme Shelter, following the Rolling Stones during their notorious 1969 tour; the quintessential 1954 monster classic Godzilla and the 1955 follow-up Godzilla Raids Again; Jennie Livingston’s landmark documentary Paris Is Burning, a vibrant snapshot of the 1980s through the eyes of New York City’s African American and Latinx Harlem drag ball scene. All films will take place outdoors at Hearst Plaza (30 Lincoln Center Plaza). Entry to all outdoor screenings will be available for FREE via General Admission—first-come, first-served. Click here for dates and times and a full list of films and descriptions.  

Image credit: Hallelujah: Leonard Cohen, a Journey, a Song, Film at Lincoln Center