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Film Society of Lincoln Center


165 W 65th St, 4th Floor
New York, NY 10023
http://www.filmlinc.org/
T: 1-212-875-5610


Correspondence

Dennis Lim, Director of Programming 
T: 1-212-875-5578 
dlim@filmlinc.org

Florence Almozini, Associate Director of Programming
T: 1-212-875-5685 
falmozini@filmlinc.org

Rufus de Rham, Programming Operations Manager
T: 1-212-875-5638
rderham@filmlinc.org

Dan Sullivan, Assistant Programmer
T: 1-212-875-5632
dsullivan@filmlinc.org


Madeline Whittle, Programming Associate
T: 1-212-875-5628
mwhittle@filmlinc.org


Tony Trius, Programming Operations Assistant
T: 1-212-875-5841
ttrius@filmlinc.org

Rachael Rakes, Programmer-at-Large
rrakes@filmlinc.org

Thomas Beard, Programmer-at-Large 

tbeard@filmlinc.org


America’s pre-eminent film presentation organization, The Film Society of Lincoln Center was founded in 1969 to celebrate American and international cinema, to recognize and support new filmmakers, and to enhance awareness, accessibility and understanding of the art among a broad and diverse film going audience.

As an independent constituent of the world’s foremost performing arts center, the Film Society of Lincoln Center presents year-round programming that includes premieres of new films from an international roster of established and emerging directors; major retrospectives; in-depth symposia and high profile events. The Film Society is one of those rare institutions whose stature is matched by its popularity, each year welcoming an aggregate audience of more than 200,000 film aficionados, filmmakers and industry leaders of every nationality, age, economic and ethnic group. The organization has been a pioneer among film institutions and one of the film world’s most respected and influential arbiters of cinematic trends and discoveries. François Truffaut, R.W. Fassbinder, Jean-Luc Godard, Pedro Almodóvar, Martin Scorsese, Wes Anderson—over the last four decades there is scarcely a major director who has not been introduced to American audiences by the Film Society.

The Film Society is best known for two world-class international festivals—the New York Film Festival (the most famous and prestigious in the country), and New Directors/New Films (celebrating new cinematic artists). It runs two state-of-the-art year round cinemas, the Walter Reade Theater (268 seats) and the Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center (90 seats, 150 seats and the 75-seat Amphitheater), and publishes the country’s most respected cinematic journal,Film Comment. Each year the organization presents its annual Gala Tribute honoring legendary stars and industry leaders of our generation at Lincoln Center’s Alice Tully Hall. At various times of the year the Film Society partners with Hollywood studios to present premieres and special live appearances.





Film Society of Lincoln Center


165 W 65th St, 4th Floor
New York, NY 10023
http://www.filmlinc.org/
T: 1-212-875-5610


Correspondence

Dennis Lim, Director of Programming 
T: 1-212-875-5578 
dlim@filmlinc.org

Florence Almozini, Associate Director of Programming
T: 1-212-875-5685 
falmozini@filmlinc.org

Rufus de Rham, Programming Operations Manager
T: 1-212-875-5638
rderham@filmlinc.org

Dan Sullivan, Assistant Programmer
T: 1-212-875-5632
dsullivan@filmlinc.org


Madeline Whittle, Programming Associate
T: 1-212-875-5628
mwhittle@filmlinc.org


Tony Trius, Programming Operations Assistant
T: 1-212-875-5841
ttrius@filmlinc.org

Rachael Rakes, Programmer-at-Large
rrakes@filmlinc.org

Thomas Beard, Programmer-at-Large 

tbeard@filmlinc.org


America’s pre-eminent film presentation organization, The Film Society of Lincoln Center was founded in 1969 to celebrate American and international cinema, to recognize and support new filmmakers, and to enhance awareness, accessibility and understanding of the art among a broad and diverse film going audience.

As an independent constituent of the world’s foremost performing arts center, the Film Society of Lincoln Center presents year-round programming that includes premieres of new films from an international roster of established and emerging directors; major retrospectives; in-depth symposia and high profile events. The Film Society is one of those rare institutions whose stature is matched by its popularity, each year welcoming an aggregate audience of more than 200,000 film aficionados, filmmakers and industry leaders of every nationality, age, economic and ethnic group. The organization has been a pioneer among film institutions and one of the film world’s most respected and influential arbiters of cinematic trends and discoveries. François Truffaut, R.W. Fassbinder, Jean-Luc Godard, Pedro Almodóvar, Martin Scorsese, Wes Anderson—over the last four decades there is scarcely a major director who has not been introduced to American audiences by the Film Society.

The Film Society is best known for two world-class international festivals—the New York Film Festival (the most famous and prestigious in the country), and New Directors/New Films (celebrating new cinematic artists). It runs two state-of-the-art year round cinemas, the Walter Reade Theater (268 seats) and the Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center (90 seats, 150 seats and the 75-seat Amphitheater), and publishes the country’s most respected cinematic journal,Film Comment. Each year the organization presents its annual Gala Tribute honoring legendary stars and industry leaders of our generation at Lincoln Center’s Alice Tully Hall. At various times of the year the Film Society partners with Hollywood studios to present premieres and special live appearances.