The Untamed A film by Amat Escalante “A sci-fi sexual drama that will blow your mind.” —Birth, Movies, Death “Fascinating and outrageous” —The Telegraph (La región salvaje, Mexico/Denmark/France, 2016, 100 min. In Spanish with English subtitles) Winner of the Award for Best Director at the Venice
This week Cinema Tropical has two special New York City premieres from Chile and from Brazil! Cinema Tropical is presenting the local premiere of the winner of the Grand Jury Prize for Best Film at the Berlinale’s Generation 14+, the Chilean Plants. The debut feature by Roberto Doveris, “a sexually souped-up
You are invited to celebrate an evening of Black Brazilian Cinema this Friday night at 7:00pm at auditorium 404 at 66 West 12th Street. The event is hosted by Peter Lucas of GPIA, three seminal films made by Black Brazilian directors will showcase the tradition
The Indonesian Film Forum New York and Global Engagement and International Support Services will present Kartini, a film by Hanung Bramantyo. When: Friday, December 8th, 2017. Doors open at 6:30PM Where: The Auditorium – Johnson/Kaplan Hall. The New School. 66 W 12th St, NY The
“BLACK AND CUBA” MOVIE SCREENING – DEC. 6 @ 6PM Organized by Laura Walton, Lang student who is also RA, PHA and member of #FreeTheNewSchool
Filmatique’s Tallinn Black Nights Series concludes with Close Relations, Vitaly Mansky’s latest documentary that premiered at Tallinn Black Nights, Toronto, Karlovy Vary and Visions du Réel. To watch our current releases click here. Membership required. FLMTQ membership is $4.95/month. First month free.
As part of the series If You Can Screen It There: Premiering Contemporary Latin American Cinema, Anthology Film Archive will be premiering PACÍFICO by Fernanda Romandía. With exquisite camerawork by Pedro González-Rubio (Alamar) and co-produced by New York-based Mexican artist Bosco Sodi and Carlos Reygadas’s Mantarraya film production
There has never been a better time for long-form reporting. From Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Maria to Russian Election Interference to the Alt-Right to Harvey Weinstein. Investigative journalists are hitting the ground and breaking new stories every single day. Join the Center for Communication at SVA
On Friday December 8th, the Pacific Climate Circuits workshop at the Columbia Center for the Study of Social Difference and Barnard College Department of Anthropology is screening the film 100Tikis by Samoan filmmaker Dan Taulapapa McMullin. New School-Media Studies affiliates are invited to take part in this exciting event.
Want the chance to screen at the 9th Annual NYC Indie Film Festival? Submit your film today! The 9th Annual NYC Indie Film Festival will run May 7 – 13, 2018 and will screen over 300 indie films, as well as host panels, live shows, after parties,
We here at Kering tomorrow evening, are hosting a preview screening of an incredible film called IN BETWEEN, by a young Palestinian filmmaker, Maysaloun Hamoud, recipient of Kering’s Young Talent Award this year at the Festival de Cannes. Following the screening, Maysaloun will join Academy Award-nominated director, Debra
Join The Center for the Humanities for a Screening of “The Violence of a Civilization Without Secrets”
Please join the Center for the Humanities on Wednesday, November 15th at 6:30 pm for “Culture Capture: A Screening of The Violence of a Civilization Without Secrets,” a screening and discussion with filmmakers Adam and Zack Khalil and artist Jackson Polys on their recent collaboration The Violence of a Civilization Without Secrets in the James Gallery at the Graduate Center, CUNY. Anne Spice (Anthropology, The Graduate Center, CUNY)
Faculty Spotlight: Deirdre Boyle Moderates at the Irish Arts Center for Film Western Sahara—A Deserted People
Set in the searing heat of the refugee camps in the desert of Algeria and in the occupied Western Sahara, Western Sahara—A Deserted People tells the compelling and moving story of how the Sahrawi people’s lives have been framed by poverty and injustice over their 40-year-long displacement.
Doc Studies presents Monday, November 6 at 1 PM Kellen Auditorium, Ground Floor, 66 Fifth Avenue PERSONS OF INTEREST By Alison Maclean and Tobias Perse 2004, 63 min. Screening and Q & A with filmmaker ALISON MACLEAN One of the significant documentaries of the 2004 Sundance
DOC TALK: PERSONS OF INTEREST by ALISON MACLEAN and TOBIAS PERSE, 2004, 63 min. Screening + Q&A with co-director Alison Maclean Monday, November 6, 2017 at 1pm Kellen Auditorium (Room N101) 66 Fifth Avenue New York, NY 10003 Open to All One of the significant documentaries
Current M.A. Student Luz Zamora‘s film “De Colores” was selected for the prestigious DOC NYC festival. Luz produced the film when she was a student in the Documentary Certificate Program. “De Colores” will premiere in the festival’s selection of work by and about women called, “The Future
The Cities and Social Justice Concentration of the GPIA is screening the complete version of Metropolis (from Fritz Lang) this Tuesday24th 8PM at University Center Lower Level Room UL105
During the month of October, Filmatique is hosting a collection of films that explore disparate experiences of youth yet unitied by common feelings—boredom, confusion, loss and alienation— a contemporary Teenage Wasteland. To watch our current releases click here. Membership required. FLMTQ membership is $4.95/month. First
I am a filmmaker and also a New School student (in the philosophy department). I am looking to reach the Media Studies’ student advisor(s) to share an upcoming screening at Made in NY Media Center (dumbo) of my web series. I would greatly appreciate it
Dear Filmmakers, This is the final call for International Film Festival for Documentary, Short, and Comedy (IFFDSC). Their main mission is to honor and promote documentary and short films and comedy films with excellent quality. IFFDSC is one of the members of a big festivals
You and a guest are invited to a special presentation of: CRIES FROM SYRIA CRIES FROM SYRIA examines the Syrian civil war from the inside out, focusing on the seven million displaced citizens caught in the middle of the conflict, made up primarily of women & children. The film draws on
In the early 70s, NYPD undercover cop Frank Serpico blew the whistle on the corruption and payoffs then rampant in the police department. The heroism that nearly cost him his life, was immortalized in the classic film Serpico starring Al Pacino. Now in the documentary Frank Serpico, Antonino
The Cities and Social Justice Concentration of the Graduate Program in International Affairs is hosting a screening TOMORROW of The Human Scale, a documentary film by Andreas Dalsgaard. Friday, October 6 @ 7PM – University Center 63 Fifth Avenue, Lower Level 1 About the film: Half of
MA in Media Studies alumnus Toma Peiu will present his documentary Civilians in the International Short Film competition of the upcoming edition of the Astra Film Festival, running from October 16-22 nd in Sibiu, Romania. Civilians is an exploration of life in the metropolis, framing
Doc Studies graduate Maartje Wegdam (class of 2010) arrives from Amsterdam this week for the international premiere of her feature documentary ”No Place for a Rebel“, co-directed with Ariadne Asimakopoulos. The award-winning film chronicles the re-entry into civil society of a young Ugandan, Opono
Doc Studies presents a screening of “Whose Streets?“, a 2017 film by Sabaah Folayan and Damon Davis – featured on Filmmaker Magazine’s annual “25 New Faces of Independent Film”. Join us for this Doc Talk hosted by Deanna Kamiel with a Q&A with filmmaker Sabaah Folayan– next Monday,
September on Filmatique: Norwegian Women During the month of September, Filmatique will host Norwegian Women, a collection of films that explore contemporary female existence in Norway. To watch our current releases click here. Membership required. FLMTQ membership is $4.95/month. First month free.
“Unmissable. Donald Trump’s ultimate nightmare —a Mexican lesbian diva who can wring your very soul. –Jonathan Romney, The Guardian (UK) CHAVELA A film by Catherine Gund and Daresha Kyi (Mexico/Spain/USA, 2017, 93 min. In English and Spanish with English subtitles) Chavela Vargas (1919 – 2012): “A
NYTVF Primetime Event Wednesday, October 25 at 7:00 PM STARZ World Premiere of Original Documentary NUDE The new, feature-length documentary from THE CHAIR producers Anthony B. Sacco and Josh Shader, which explores perceptions of nudity in art by chronicling the creative process of fashion photographer David Bellemere, will
“A thought-provoking doc for adventurous foodies and environmentalists alike. Travels the world to places where insects are already part of people’s diets. The ‘greatest restaurant in the world’ [Copenhagen’s Noma] is behind a globetrotting investigation into making food from insects.” – John DeFore, The Hollywood Reporter BUGS
NOBODY’S WATCHING A film by Julia Solomonoff (Nadie nos mira, Argentina/Colombia /Brazil, 2017, 102 min. In Spanish and English with English subtitles) Nico (a stunning Guillermo Pfening), is a 30-something actor who leaves a promising career in Argentina (where he stars in a T.V. soap) after