Neighboring Scenes 2019 Latin American movies at Film Society

The 4th Neighboring Scenes film festival of new Latin American movies is at Film Society of Lincoln Center, daily, February 22-26, 2019. From $12

Neighboring Scenes is co-presented by Film Society and Cinema Tropical.


4th Neighboring Scenes 2019

The Festival is screening thirteen movies and a shorts program.

The shorts program looks especially interesting because the shorts are by a young filmmaker who won a 2019 Lincoln Center Award for Emerging Artists.

Opening Night ~ ‘Belmonte’

Directed by Federico Veiroj (‘The Apostate’)
Uruguay, 2018
In Spanish with English subtitles

A clever and emotionally layered debut performance from Gonzalo Delgado is the heart of this portrait of an artist in crisis .

Friday, February 22 at 7pm
New York Premiere
Q&A with the director
Opening Night Reception in the Furman Gallery after the screening

Centerpiece ~ ‘Our Time’ (Nuestro Tiempo)

A scene from 'Our Time.' Courtesy Carlos Reygadas / Film Society.

A scene from ‘Our Time.’ Courtesy Carlos Reygadas / Film Society.

Directed by Carlos Reygadas (‘Silent Light,’ ‘Post Tenebras Lux’)
Mexico, 2018
In Spanish and English with English subtitles

Gorgeously shot by Diego García, the latest from Mexican director Carlos Reygadas (Silent Light, Post Tenebras Lux) is a bold and heartfelt exploration of marriage and intimacy.

Sunday, February 24 at 8:30pm
New York Premiere

A Monument Releasing film.

Closing Night ~ ‘Murder Me, Monster’ (Muere, monstruo, muere)

A scene from 'Murder Me, Monster.' Courtesy Alejandro Fadel / Film Society.

A scene from ‘Murder Me, Monster.’ Courtesy Alejandro Fadel / Film Society.

Directed by Alejandro Fadel
Argentina, 2018
In Spanish with English subtitles

In Alejandro Fadel’s genre-bending and offbeat philosophical horror movie, rural police officer Cruz investigates the bizarre case of a headless woman’s body found in a remote region of the Andes.

Tuesday, February 26 at 9pm
U.S. Premiere

More Neighboring Scenes Movies

‘Buy Me a Gun’ (Mexico, 2018) by Julio Hernández Cordón

‘The Dead and the Others’ (Brazil, 2018) by Renée Nader Messora and João Salaviza

‘Enigma’ (Chile, 2018) by Ignacio Juricic Merillán

‘Eternity’ (Peru, 2017) by Óscar Catacora

‘Nona. If they soak me, I’ll burn them.’ (Chile, 2019) by Camila José Donoso

‘Outer Edge’ (Brazil, 2018) by Ewerton Belico and Samuel Marotta

‘Still Burn’ (Bolivia, 2018) by Mauricio Alfredo Ovando

‘There Will Come Soft Rains (Argentina, 2018) by Iván Fund

‘A Wild Stream’ (Mexico, 2018) by Nuria Ibañez

‘The Wolf House’ (Chile, 2018) by Joaquín Cociña and Cristóbal León

Eduardo Williams Shorts (Argentina). Eduardo Williams is a 2019 recipient of a Lincoln Center Award for Emerging Artists. This is a screening of several of the young filmmaker’s shorts. It includes his latest ‘Parsi.’


Neighboring Scenes Tickets

Tickets are available at the Walter Reade Theater box office and online at www.filmlinc.org

From $12

The Walter Reade Theater box office opens 30 minutes before the first show of the day and closes 15 minutes after the start of the last show.


Film Society of Lincoln Center

The Festival is screening at Film Society’s Walter Reade Theater.

Walter Reade Theater

165 West 65th St, New York, NY 10023
(between Broadway and Amsterdam)
North side of the street, upstairs on the upper level
Lincoln Center


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