Latin American Film Series at the Lincoln Center, February 22-26
NEIGHBORING SCENES: NEW LATIN AMERICAN CINEMA
Now in its fourth year, Neighboring Scenes is the Film Society’s showcase of contemporary Latin American cinema. Highlighting impressive recent productions from across the region, this selective slate of premieres exhibits the breadth of styles, techniques, and approaches employed by Latin American filmmakers today. Neighboring Scenes spans a wide geographic range, featuring established auteurs as well as fresh talent from the international festival scene.
“New York’s Neighboring Scenes series has quickly become
one of the most exciting bits of any year’s film festival schedule”
—Joshua Brunsting, CriterionCast
From OUR TIME, the most recent feature by Mexican auteur Carlos Reygadas, to THE WOLF HOUSE, a surrealist docu-horror-fairy tale about one of Chile’s darkest periods, this year’s Neighboring Scenes program is packed with substance, style, and a lineup comprising 13 features, 10 shorts and eight filmmakers in person.
For tickets and complete program, please visit site here.