Get Ready for an Exciting Spring 2023 with Film at Lincoln Center’s Latest Programming Lineup

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Film at Lincoln Center has released its programming lineup for the 2023 spring season, which runs from March through June. The season kicks off with a selection of short works by Cauleen Smith, followed by a retrospective of the works of Tod Browning.

The lineup also includes some NYFF60 Main Slate selections, such as Stonewalling by Huang Ji and Ryuji Otsuka, Laura Citarella’s Trenque Lauquen, and Cyril Schäublin’s Unrest. FLC will also host several festivals, including New Directors/New Films, the New York African Film Festival, the Human Rights Watch Film Festival, and Open Roads: New Italian Cinema.

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An Evening with Terence Blanchard is also scheduled, featuring a screening of Louis Armstrong’s Black and Blues, with director Sacha Jenkins and composer Terence Blanchard in attendance. Film descriptions and additional details are available on the Film at Lincoln Center website.

The FLC programming team includes Florence Almozini, Senior Director, Programming; Manuel Santini, Senior Manager, Programming; Dan Sullivan, Programmer; Regina Riccitelli, Senior Programming Coordinator; Madeline Whittle, Assistant Programmer; Tyler Wilson, Programmer; Cecilia Barrionuevo, Programmer-at-Large; and Claire Diao, Programmer-at-Large. Members of FLC save $5 on all tickets and can sign up for the weekly newsletter for updates and more.

What’s playing Spring 2023 at Film at Lincoln Center?

Open Roads: New Italian Cinema

The 21st edition of Open Roads: New Italian Cinema, co-presented by the Italian Trade Agency, brings a diverse array of contemporary Italian films to FLC audiences. Showcasing the scope of contemporary Italian filmmaking, this year’s edition offers a mixture of the comic and the dramatic, the political and the personal, with styles ranging from neorealist-influenced drama to genre-bending experimentation.

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Organized by Florence Almozini and Tyler Wilson.

Additional Screenings & Series:

Cauleen Smith: Short Works and Drylongso

March 4–6

Born in Riverside, California, in 1967, artist and filmmaker Cauleen Smith creates films, installations, objects, and performances that employ everyday materials and handmade techniques to explore issues of race, identity, and social injustice. Film at Lincoln Center is proud to present a selection of Smith’s short works to be presented alongside a 4K restoration of her 1998 feature debut Drylongso (an NYFF60 Revivals selection), with Smith in-person to discuss her work.

Organized by Tyler Wilson.

Unspeakable: The Films of Tod Browning

March 18–24

Tod Browning’s career was marked by a fascination with physical difference and transgression, particularly the depiction of characters on the margins of society. Often vilified in his day, Browning has since been recognized as a unique and visionary filmmaker whose movies probe the darkest corners of the human psyche. This retrospective of his career includes some of his most well-known films, as well as several lesser-known gems.

Organized by Dan Sullivan.

Enys Men and Bait

March 23–25

Cornish filmmaker Mark Jenkin made an international splash with his 2019 debut feature, Bait, which was praised for its combination of old-school craftsmanship and contemporary relevance. His follow-up, Enys Men, is a remarkable and beguiling documentary portrait of an island off the coast of Cornwall. Shot on Super 8 and 16mm film and with a hypnotic ambient score by composer Jim Ghedi, Enys Men offers a poetic glimpse of a place where the past and present seem to coexist. Jenkin will be in-person for the screenings of both films.

Organized by Tyler Wilson.

An Evening with Terence Blanchard: Louis Armstrong’s Black and Blues

April 11

As part of FLC’s ongoing commitment to exploring the intersection of film and music, we are proud to present An Evening with Terence Blanchard, featuring a screening of Louis Armstrong’s Black and Blues, with director Sacha Jenkins and composer Terence Blanchard in-person.

Organized by Dan Sullivan.


Apichatpong Weerasethakul

May 26–June 4

One of the most acclaimed filmmakers of the 21st century, Thai director Apichatpong Weerasethakul has created a body of work that is both deeply personal and widely resonant. Drawing on his experiences growing up in a small town in northern Thailand, as well as his interests in spirituality, history, and the natural world, Weerasethakul has created films that are marked by their dreamlike atmosphere, their fluid sense of time and space, and their use of non-professional actors. This retrospective includes both his features and several short films, as well as his video installations and other works.

Organized by Dan Sullivan.

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