• Richard Peña will be stepping down from his post as programmer-in-chief at the Film Society of Lincoln Center, it was recently announced. The Society’s executive director, Rose Kuo, has said, "Richard has been a shining light for more than two decades at the Film Society, guiding us in the discovery of artists like Pedro Almodovar, Mike Leigh, Lars Von Trier, Hou Hsiao-hsien, Hong Sang Soo and many more.”

  • The Film Society of Lincoln Center is planning a massive retrospective of Judy Garland’s movies between July 26 and August 9.

    Highlights will include a sing-along screening of “The Wizard of Oz” (1939); screenings of the Andy Hardy classics that teamed Garland with Mickey Rooney classic and beloved musicals (“Meet me in Saint Louis; 1944) and her Academy Award-nominated performances in “A star is born” (1954) and “Judgment at Nuremberg” (1961)—thirty-ones titles in all.

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