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Best Film At Lincoln Center podcasts we could find (updated December 2019)
Best Film At Lincoln Center podcasts we could find
Updated December 2019
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The Film at Lincoln Center Podcast is a weekly podcast that features in-depth conversations with filmmakers, actors, critics, and more.
 
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DAVID SEREROSinger Baritone, Actor, Producer and Recording ArtistActor and baritone, David Serero, has received international recognition and critical acclaim from all over the world. At 37 years old, he has already performed more than 2,000 concerts and performances throughout the world, played in over 100 films and TV series, and recorded more than 20 albums. He entered the prestigious WHO'S WHO AMERICA for demonstrating outstanding achievements in the entertainment world and for the bette ...
 
Listen to previews, reviews, and press conferences with the directors of this year’s films at the New York Film Festival. This podcast and its participants are not affiliated with the Film Society of Lincoln Center.
 
Paul Lisnek Behind the Curtain on WGN Plus from WGN Radio in Chicago
 
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This week on the Film at Lincoln Center podcast, we’re sharing an extensive conversation with Mati Diop. The French-Senegalese director earned the Grand Prix at the Cannes Film Festival for her debut film Atlantics, which is now in theatrical release and arrives on Netflix this Friday. At the 57th New York Film Festival, Diop was on hand at a D ...…
 
This week, Paul goes behind the curtain of three great Chicago productions. First, actress Tandy Cronyn (yes, she is the daughter of theater/movie legends Jessica Tandy and Hume Cronyn) appears in the one-person show “The Tall Boy” at Stage 773. This moving tale is told by the American matron of an orphanage for “unaccompanied children” set in ...…
 
Interview with legendary singer and Disco icon Gloria Gaynor - On the phone with David Serero - The Culture News.By David Serero
 
This week, Paul goes behind the curtain with the actor/musicians playing the iconic music of Simon & Garfunkel in the wonderful musical review of the duo’s greatest hits and much more, in The Simon & Garfunkel Story playing at the Broadway Playhouse through December 8th. Taylor Bloom (Paul Simon) and Ben Cooley (Art Garfunkel) look and sound th ...…
 
This week on the Film at Lincoln Center podcast, we preview our new series Relentless Invention: New Korean Cinema, 1996–2003, starting this Friday at Film at Lincoln Center and continuing through December 4. Grady Hendrix of Subway Cinema and FLC programmer Tyler Wilson discuss how a generation of filmmakers, from Bong Joon Ho to Park Chan-woo ...…
 
This week, Paul goes behind the curtain with Brad Kane, the author of the new book: “Pitchfork Populism” a discussion of ten political forces that shaped the election of 2016 and which should be studied as the country heads towards the 2020 election. Understanding why people decided to vote for Donald Trump, how our nation struggles between the ...…
 
This week on the Film at Lincoln Center podcast, we preview our upcoming Patricia Mazuy retrospective with programmer Madeline Whittle. She discusses the French director's singular filmography, which will be presented starting this Friday with free screening of Travolta and Me followed by The King’s Daughters, starring Isabelle Huppert, and con ...…
 
This week, Paul goes behind he curtain with playwright/actor/director Ronnie Marmo to discuss his play “I’m Not a Comedian, I’m Lenny Bruce” currently running at the Royal George Theatre. Also joining the conversation is Chicago native/award winning actor/director Joe Mantegna (Godfather III, Criminal Minds,” The Simpsons). This biography of th ...…
 
This week on the Film at Lincoln Center podcast, we preview our upcoming Jessica Hausner retrospective with programmer Dan Sullivan. He discusses the Austrian director's eclectic filmography thus far, which will be presented starting this Friday with a sneak preview of her Cannes winner Little Joe (featuring a Q&A with Hausner and actress Emily ...…
 
Today, we’re sharing a special conversation from our Lily Tomlin & Jane Wagner retrospective this past September at Film at Lincoln Center. The duo joined writer Hilton Als for a lively, wide-ranging discussion of their work across film, television, and theater. They discussed how their lasting and fruitful partnership has reshaped the art of A ...…
 
This week Paul goes behind the curtain with Broadway and cabaret legend Karen Mason. Recently off of her national tour in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s “Love Never Dies,” Karen collaborated with singer/songwriter/producer Danny Kravitz to record “Believe in Love,” released on November 1st and available everywhere (CD Baby, Amazon, etc). This beautiful ...…
 
This week, Paul goes behind the curtain to chat with the cast of Porchlight Music Theater’s latest hit: Sunset Boulevard. With music by Andrew Lloyd Webber, this Tony Award-winning show stars Chicago legend Hollis Resnik (“Norma Desmond”) in the lead, and the very talented Billy Rude (“Joe Gillis”) her beacon of hope in many ways. Also joining ...…
 
Thank you for tuning into our daily podcasts from the 57th New York Film Festival, featuring conversations with the filmmakers behind The Irishman, Marriage Story, Portrait of a Lady on Fire, Pain and Glory, Uncut Gems, and more. We also featured extensive talks about two favorites from the festival now playing at Film at Lincoln Center, Parasi ...…
 
Paul goes behind the curtain on this week’s podcast with the author of a new book called “R.I.P. GOP” by Stanley Greenberg. Mr. Greenberg has conducted significant polling to reach the conclusion that 2020 will be a strong year for democrats. What is at the root of America’s deep divisions, why the republican party doesn’t challenge President T ...…
 
On Day 17 and the final episode of our 57th New York Film Festival daily podcast, Eugene Hernandez, FLC's Deputy Director and Co-Publisher of Film Comment, is joined by Kent Jones, the director of NYFF. They discuss his history and vision for the festival, as well as saying goodbye in his final year as director. Introducing the main discussion ...…
 
On Day 16 of our New York Film Festival daily podcast, Eugene Hernandez, FLC's Deputy Director and Co-Publisher of Film Comment, is joined by Anne Thompson, Editor At Large at IndieWire. They discuss her early days at Film Comment magazine and how NYFF fits into the fall season landscape.Then we go to yesterday's press conference with Edward No ...…
 
On Day 15 of our New York Film Festival daily podcast, Eugene Hernandez, FLC's Deputy Director and Co-Publisher of Film Comment, is joined by Rajendra Roy, the Celeste Bartos Chief Curator of Film at the Museum of Modern Art. They discuss film culture in New York City, as well as the history of NYFF, leading to a special NYFF Live talk celebrat ...…
 
On Day 14 of our New York Film Festival daily podcast, Eugene Hernandez, FLC's Deputy Director and Co-Publisher of Film Comment, is joined by Matt Bolish, FLC'S Director of Operations, Producer of the New York Film Festival, and Convergence Programmer. They discuss what goes into pulling off the 17-day festival as well as what to look forward t ...…
 
On Day 13 of our New York Film Festival daily podcast, Eugene Hernandez, FLC's Deputy Director and Co-Publisher of Film Comment, is joined by Alexandra Siladi, FLC's Membership Manager, to discuss NYFF favorites and her work in developing our membership program, including New Wave. Learn more about becoming a member here: filmlinc.org/membersIf ...…
 
This week, Paul goes behind the curtain with three great shows on Chicago stages. First up, Spamalot at Mercury Theater Chicago brings the madcap humor of Monty Python to the stage in a fresh presentation of this Broadway hit. Lead actors Jonah Winston (King Arthur) and Meghan Murphy (Lady of the Lake) join director Walter Stearns to talk about ...…
 
On Day 12 of our New York Film Festival daily podcast, Eugene Hernandez, Film at Lincoln Center's Deputy Director and Co-Publisher of Film Comment, is joined by Dan Stern, Film at Lincoln Center Board President, to discuss Stern's history with the organization and how the festival flourishes in a competitive global cinema landscape.Then we go t ...…
 
On Day 11 of our New York Film Festival daily podcast, we explore the making of the festival's surprise screening, Uncut Gems. In the introduction, Eugene Hernandez, FLC's Deputy Director and Co-Publisher of Film Comment, is joined by Eric Kohn, IndieWire’s Executive Editor & Chief Critic, to discuss NYFF and the importance of film festivals, a ...…
 
On Day 10 of our New York Film Festival daily podcast, Eugene Hernandez, FLC's Deputy Director and Co-Publisher of Film Comment, shares an overview of two free tributes happening at the festival this Tuesday: at 2pm, we honor Ben Barenholtz, titan of independent cinema, with Annette Insdorf, Ethan Coen, John Turturro, and Eamonn Bowles in perso ...…
 
On Day 9 of our New York Film Festival daily podcast, we begin with an introduction to our Projections section, which is underway through Sunday. Eugene Hernandez, FLC's Deputy Director and Co-Publisher of Film Comment, is joined by curator Aily Nash in a discussion about the evolving definition of avant-garde and her picks for what to see duri ...…
 
On Day 8 of our New York Film Festival daily podcast, we begin with an introduction to our annual NYFF57 Shorts programs. Eugene Hernandez, FLC's Deputy Director and Co-Publisher of Film Comment, is joined by programmers Tyler Wilson and Madeline Whittle to discuss the four shorts programs this year. While tickets are currently at capacity for ...…
 
This week Paul goes behind the curtain with author and Lincoln scholar Sidney Blumenthal who discusses the newly released Volume 3 of his 5 part epic biography (called “The Political Life of Abraham Lincoln) of our nation’s greatest president. This volume is titled: “All the powers of Earth: 1856-1860” and takes a look at the Lincoln’s rise to ...…
 
On Day 7 of our New York Film Festival daily podcast, we begin with an introduction to our annual Artist Academy and Film in Education program. Eugene Hernandez, FLC's Deputy Director and Co-Publisher of Film Comment, is joined by Christine L. Mendoza, FLC's Director of Education, and Brian Brooks, who has helped to develop the Artist Academy p ...…
 
On Day 6 of our New York Film Festival daily podcast, Eugene Hernandez, FLC's Deputy Director and Co-Publisher of Film Comment, is joined by Israeli director Nadav Lapid to discuss the experience of film festivals, protecting cinema, and two recent favorite films: Bacurau and Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood.Then we go to last night's NYFF Live ...…
 
On Day 5 of our New York Film Festival daily podcast, Eugene Hernandez, FLC's Deputy Director and Co-Publisher of Film Comment, is joined by Film Comment Editor-in-Chief Nicolas Rapold to discuss Portrait of a Lady on Fire, which the magazine is presenting at the festival. They also talk about the trio of Film Comment free talks, which one can ...…
 
On Day 4 of our New York Film Festival daily podcast, we're exploring the Spotlight on Documentary section. In the introduction Eugene Hernandez, FLC's Deputy Director and Co-Publisher of Film Comment, is joined by Lesli Klainberg, FLC's Executive Director as well as a documentary filmmaker and producer. They discuss highlights from this year's ...…
 
On Day 3 of our New York Film Festival daily podcast, we're exploring the craft of cinematography. In the introduction Eugene Hernandez, FLC Deputy Director and Co-Publisher of Film Comment, is joined by programmer Dan Sullivan to discuss NYFF's Retrospective selections this year, dedicated to the American Society of Cinematographers's centenni ...…
 
Get ready for an epic conversation on Day 2 of our New York Film Festival daily podcast, featuring Martin Scorsese's NYFF57 opener The Irishman. Eugene Hernandez, FLC Deputy Director and Co-Publisher of Film Comment, is joined by Steven Zeitchik of The Washington Post to discuss the long-awaited crime epic.Then, we go to the press conference fe ...…
 
We're excited to announce the launch of New York Film Festival daily podcasts as part of the Film at Lincoln Center Podcast! Tune in every day for special guests, festival highlights, filmmaker chats, and more. On the first dispatch from NYFF57, Eugene Hernandez, FLC Deputy Director and Co-Publisher of Film Comment, sits down with Florence Almo ...…
 
This week, Paul goes behind the curtain for two great theatrical productions. First up is “Disney’s Newsies” at Paramount Theatre. This production is as strong as any on Broadway of this wonderful and inspiring show. A strong cast, wonderful staging and music that will stick in your head, are just a few of the reasons to catch this show prior t ...…
 
Today, we’re sharing a pair of Q&As from two horror gems at our annual Scary Movies film festival: Villains and Bloodline. Both films open in theaters this week.First up, Villains star Maika Monroe and directors Dan Berk and Robert Olsen discussed their darkly funny home invasion thriller. Then, Henry Jacobson, co-writer Avra Fox-Lerner, and co ...…
 
This week, Paul goes behind the curtain with author Mark Larson to discuss his new book: “Ensemble: An Oral History of Chicago Theater.” The book tells the story of Chicago theater from its roots in 1953 thru today and all through the memories and words of those who lived through it all. Steppenwolf to Goodman, Wisdom Bridge to Timeline Theater ...…
 
This week, Paul goes behind the curtain with the cast and director of “Mama Mia” presented by the Highland Park Players at Northbrook Theatre thru September 22nd. Only two weekends to catch this high quality producction presented by one of our fine community theaters. Hannah Rose (Donna), Geoff Isaac (Bill), Emma Widlowski (Sophie) and Executiv ...…
 
The 57th New York Film Festival is right around the corner, coming to Film at Lincoln Center on September 27 through October 13. On this week's podcast, we're looking ahead to this year's rich and diverse lineup with an in-depth conversation with the festival's programmers.NYFF Editorial Director Michael Koresky sat down with programmers Kent J ...…
 
Today we’re sharing a Q&A from the 12th edition of our annual Scary Movies film festival: the Closing Night selection Ready or Not, which is now in wide release.Directors Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett, producer Chad Villela, along with actors Samara Weaving, Mark O’Brien, and Andie MacDowell, discussed crafting their adrenaline-fueled ...…
 
This week, Paul goes behind the curtain to chat with the creator and cast members of Teatro Zinzanni, currently playing on the 14th Floor of the Cambria Hotel. The newly renovated space is set in an old and gorgeous tent with original stain glass and wooden floors intact. Created in 1998 by Norman Langill, you will hear about the history of the ...…
 
This week, Paul goes behind the curtain to talk with Congressman Mike Quigley (D-IL 5th) about the status of climate and environment issues coming out of the G-7, Congress’ inquiry into impeachment and Russia’s efforts to interfere with our 2020 elections, and even the impact of former Congressman Joe Walsh’s Republican challenge to President T ...…
 
Today, we’re sharing a Film at Lincoln Center free talk which was presented on the occasion of our new series Make My Day: American Movies in the Age of Reagan. Director of Programming Dennis Lim joined writer J. Hoberman for an expansive discussion about his latest book, Make My Day: Movie Culture in the Age of Reagan, the relationship between ...…
 
This week, Paul goes behind the curtain with Chicago songwriter/singer/actor Kevin Pollack who discusses the process behind his new single, “Man About Town.” Known all over as one of the Blooze Brothers, Kevin is frequently seen on Chicago stages and soon to appear in Las Vegas. Then (starting at 13:04 into the show), the cast and director/writ ...…
 
Today, we’re sharing a special conversation following the world premiere of Ari Aster’s director’s cut of Midsommar. The 171-minute version of his sunny Sweden-set horror film premiered this past weekend at the 12th edition of our annual Scary Movies film festival.In the Q&A, Aster talked with programmer Madeline Whittle about the differences i ...…
 
This week, Paul goes behind the curtain with variety! First up, Windy City Playhouse has truly made a name for itself in immersive theater meaning the audience becomes part of the scenery so to speak, although the actors pay no mind. The audience moves along from a dorm room to a jail cell to a sauna in The Recommendation, and moves from room t ...…
 
Today, we’re sharing a conversation about What You Gonna Do When the World’s on Fire?, which opens exclusively at Film at Lincoln Center this Friday. Roberto Minervini’s passionately urgent, lyrical new documentary is a portrait of African-Americans in New Orleans struggling to maintain their unique cultural identity and to find social justice. ...…
 
Today, we’re sharing a conversation about the Sundance Grand Jury Prize winner One Child Nation, which opens in limited release this week. The film, directed by Nanfu Wang and Jialing Zhang, powerfully and personally explores China’s One Child Policy, which made it illegal in most circumstances for couples to have more than one child.The film s ...…
 
This week Paul goes behind the curtain for a fun-filled show in theater and music. First up, “Come from Away” star James Earl Jones II talks about the power of this 9-11 related musical and the positive light is sheds on what is GOOD with humanity (Playing at Cadillac Palace Theater Thru 8/11). Then (beginning at 14:47 into the show, the direct ...…
 
On this week's podcast, we’re sharing a conversation about Piranhas, opening here at Film at Lincoln Center on Friday, August 2. The Berlinale Silver Bear winner, co-written and directed by Claudio Giovannesi, is a singular coming-of-age story and a haunting reflection on doomed adolescence.The film was the Opening Night selection of our Open R ...…
 
This week, Paul goes behind the curtain to chat about the return of the classic Broadway Musical CATS to Chicago. Playing thru August 4th at the James Nederlander Theater, it’s the same iconic show you’ve known, but with a fresh look and new feel thanks to the work of the talented Andy Blankenbuehler (Hamilton) which makes the show both familia ...…
 
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