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Film at Lincoln Center 7h
In one of his most ravishingly sensuous works, Ermanno Olmi imagines the biblical book of Genesis as a golden-hued visual tone poem. Playing in 35mm this Friday & June 25:
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Film at Lincoln Center 9h
Now playing, Martin Scorsese's "mesmerizing motion picture" ROLLING THUNDER REVUE is a Critic's Pick! Read 's review:
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Film at Lincoln Center Jun 15
Join us for FREE weekly double features this summer to celebrate Film at Lincoln Center's 50th anniversary! Full lineup + more details: 🎞
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Film at Lincoln Center Jun 15
Alice Rohrwacher on Ermanno Olmi: "He looks at history with a love, care, and respect that are truly admirable." See her full top 10, including THE TREE OF WOODEN CLOGS, playing during our retrospective!
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Film at Lincoln Center Jun 14
Reminiscent of Terrence Malick’s THE THIN RED LINE in its ethereality and focus on inner thoughts, Ermanno Olmi's haunting GREENERY WILL BLOOM AGAIN plays on June 20 & 22:
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Film at Lincoln Center Jun 14
Martin Scorsese's Bob Dylan film ROLLING THUNDER REVUE is "simply brilliant," raves . See it on the big screen! Now playing: (poster by )
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Film at Lincoln Center Jun 14
Our Ermanno Olmi retrospective begins today! Follow along with our list: 🇮🇹
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Film at Lincoln Center Jun 13
Join TONI MORRISON: THE PIECES I AM director Timothy Greenfield-Sanders in person for opening weekend Q&As on June 22 & 23! Get tickets:
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Film at Lincoln Center Jun 13
"The marvelous retrospective that starts Friday at Film at Lincoln Center reveals a career and a sensibility at once wide-ranging and consistent." 's on our Ermanno Olmi retrospective:
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Film at Lincoln Center Jun 13
"This is one of the great films of its decade, and absolutely worth seeing on a big screen." on THE TREE OF WOODEN CLOGS, playing Friday and throughout our Ermanno Olmi retrospective:
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Netflix Film Jun 12
Director Martin Scorsese discusses what inspired him to make Rolling Thunder Revue: A Bob Dylan Story. It's in select theaters and on Netflix now.
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Liesl Gerntholtz Jun 12
This week! Are you ready for the Film Festival ? Pick your favourite films, book your tix and join us at & from June 13-20 to see award-winning filmmaking that will inspire you -
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Notebook Jun 7
Wonderful poster designs for films by the Italian master Ermanno Olmi (IL POSTO), showcased by for 's upcoming retrospective.
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MUBI Jun 12
Claire Denis brings BEAU TRAVAIL to , 1999.
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The Daily Jun 12
“Olmi’s movies can be lyrical and impishly funny, passionate and scholarly, observant and impassioned. He had a documentary photographer’s eye for the specific and a painterly sense of composition.” on ’s retrospective (June 14–26)
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Film Comment Magazine Jun 12
. on Dylan, Whitman, and Scorsese’s new Rolling Thunder Revue documentary in her new Present Tense column:
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Film at Lincoln Center Jun 12
For , Kent Jones on how Ermanno Olmi's IL POSTO ushered something new into world cinema. Playing this Friday and throughout our retrospective!
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Film at Lincoln Center Jun 12
On this week's podcast, listen to & discuss AUGUST AT AKIKO'S at our sneak preview:
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New York Asian Film Festival Jun 12
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New York Times Arts Jun 12
A retrospective of the Italian director Ermanno Olmi starts this weekend, and finds a lot to love about it
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