Film at Lincoln Center

invites you to a patron screening of


April 4, 2022
6:30pm ET

A Q&A with director Ted Braun, moderated by Director of Music at Americas Society, Sebastián Zubieta will take place immediately after the screening

A reception will take place following the Q&A in the Frieda and Roy Furman Gallery

Walter Reade Theater
165 West 65th Street

Proof of vaccination is no longer required at FLC venues. Masks are no longer required, but recommended. Read FLC's additional health and safety protocols here.

This invitation is non-transferable. Space is limited. As a reminder, no professional-grade photo equipment is permitted. By RSVPing, you adhere to comply with FLC's standard theater policies.

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¡Viva Maestro!

Directed by Ted Braun, 2022

When conductor Gustavo Dudamel’s international tours are disrupted by deadly protests across his native Venezuela, one of the world’s finest and most beloved musicians faces a daunting set of challenges — to his commitment to the mentor who changed his life, to friends and musicians he’s led since his teens, and to his belief in art’s transformative capacity. ¡Viva Maestro!, the uplifting and timely new documentary from acclaimed director Ted Braun, follows Dudamel around the world as he responds to unexpected and imposing obstacles with stirring music-making that celebrates the power of art to renew and unite.