TWO FREE WOMEN—LILY TOMLIN AND JANE WAGNER brings together the film and television work of these partners in life and work.
The Film at Lincoln Center retrospective was organized by film programmer and Light Industry co-founder Thomas Beard, and writer Hilton Als—who will join Tomlin and Wagner in conversation on Saturday. Followed their talk, Tomlin will introduce a screening of the 4K restoration of Robert Altman’s NASHVILLE.
Other highlights include rare presentations of the telefilm J.T.—written by Wagner—and the documentary LILY TOMLIN (1986), directed by Nick Broomfield and Joan Churchill. There are multiple free screenings of the program TOMLIN AND WAGNER—WORKS FOR TELEVISION in the Amphitheater, and Paul Weitz’s 2015 film GRANDMA will close out the series.
Saturday, September 14, at 2 pm.
Saturday, September 14, at 5:30 pm.
Saturday, September 14, at 7:30 pm.
Sunday, September 15, at 6:15 pm.
Walter Reade Theater
165 West 65th Street, New York City.
Monday, September 16, at 9:15 pm.
Francesca Beale Theater
144 West 65th Street, New York City.
From top: Lily Tomlin and Jane Wagner, photograph by Norman Seeff; Kevin Hooks in J.T.; Tomlin and Keith Carradine in Nashville; Tomlin in the documentary Lily Tomlin: TV Guide “Close Up” of an Edith Ann episode; Julia Garner and Tomlin in Grandma. Images courtesy and © the artists, performers, producers, publishers, and photographers.