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What to Watch Online This Week

There’s still time to catch Alex Rivera and Cristina Ibarra‘s groundbreaking docu-thriller The Infiltrators in virtual cinemas across the country. Telling the stories of unjust deportation from within for-profit detention centers themselves, The Infiltrators follows a pair of radical DREAMers committed to exposing the truth of a broken system. The film is available to

What To Watch This Week

This week, make sure to catch the virtual theatrical release of Cristóbal León and Joaquín Cociña‘s stop-motion tour de force The Wolf House, winner of the Cinema Tropical Award for Best First Film. “A visually engrossing, reference-rich and disturbing tale” (Hollywood Reporter), The Wolf House is easily one of the most accomplished, transporting, and


Kinoscope will run on May 7, 2020. It is an online screening, so students will be provided with a 48 hour pass to view films on their own time. Username: Member052020 Password: KSAccess2020

DOC NYC Announces Free Live Series “Friday Fix”

DOC NYC Friday Fix is a new weekly series covering documentary film, hosted by Thom Powers. DOC NYC Friday Fix is available for free worldwide. You can RSVP to watch by clicking here. During the livestream, viewers can contribute questions and comments. The show will be

What to Watch This Week on Cinema Tropical

We’re thrilled with the initial response to the launch of The Cinema Tropical Collection and Tropical on Demand. The influential newspaper The Guardian wrote a wonderful piece on our streaming platform calling it an “enticing new service” and hailing our inaugural slate as “a promising, provocative first batch of picks.” Click here to

The Cinema Tropical Collection Premieres Two New Films This Week

Premiering This Week: STILL BURN and TÚ Y YO The Cinema Tropical Collection, the new and exciting initiative that makes select Latin American films available digitally for the first time ever, continues this week with the international streaming of the documentary films Still Burn (Algo quema) from

Virtual Theatrical Experience: 2020 S.W.A.N Day Screening, 3/28

Join NYWIFT, SAG-AFTRA, FF2 Media, Women in the Arts & Media Coalition (WAMC), HerFlix, ImageNation Cinema Foundation, 2020 One Woman One Vote Festival, and African-American Women in Cinema (AAWIC) for a screening of the new feature Tape in recognition of S.W.A.N. (Support Women Artists Now) Day, an annual event on the last Saturday of March that

Cinema Tropical Announces Launch of The Cinema Tropical Collection

The Cinema Tropical Collection Cinema Tropical is proud to announce the launch of The Cinema Tropical Collection, a new and exciting initiative that makes select Latin American films available digitally for the first time ever. Combining the format of a curated online film series with virtual

NYWIFT Muse Awards to Broadcast on CUNY TV, 3/9

New York Women in Film & Television (NYWIFT) is pleased to announce the broadcast of the 40th Anniversary NYWIFT Muse Awards on CUNY TV throughout the second week of March 2020 in celebration of Women’s History Month. This is the first time the celebrated program –

This Week in Cinema Tropical, March 2-9

This week is a strong week for Brazilian cinema in New York City. Both Film at Lincoln Center and the IFC Center will be home to the U.S. theatrical release of Kleber Mendonça Filho and Juliano Dornelles’ Bacurau—winner of the Jury Prize at the Cannes Film Festival. Also from Brazil, we get Glauber Rocha’s political classic Antonio Das

At Home in Utopia: Screening and Discussion

This event is apart of the Parsons Housing Justice Lab Screening Series which aims to create awareness of processes of neighborhood change and community organizing for equitable neighborhood development in our cities. Through critical documentary films featuring past and current cases, this series seeks to promote

NYWIFT Member Screening: Pennhurst, 2/25

Join us for this month’s NYWIFT Member Screening showcasing Jodie Alexandra Taylor’s documentary feature Pennhurst. The filmmaker will be available for a Q&A immediately following the screening. The screening series provides members with the opportunity to show their work in a theatrical setting. The screening will

5th Annual Edition of NEIGHBORING SCENES at Lincoln Center

February 14 – 18, 2020 Film at Lincoln Center Presented by Film at Lincoln Center and Cinema Tropical Now in its fifth year, Neighboring Scenes is the Film at Lincoln Center and Cinema Tropical’s annual wide-ranging showcase of contemporary Latin American cinema. Highlighting impressive recent

Special Screening of LAPU, 2/6

LAPÜ A film by César Alejandro Jaimes and Juan Pablo Polanco (Colombia, 2019, 75 min. In Wayuunaiki and Spanish with English subtitles) Winner, Best Latin American Documentary, Cinema Tropical Awards Official Selection, Sundance Film Festival Official Selection, Berlin Film Festival “When Doris’s dead cousin appears

JOSE, Opens Friday 1/31 at the Quad Cinema

“Confident visual sense…a sensitive portrait [with a] depth of feeling.” —The Hollywood Reporter “A touching debut…sexually frank in an honest, fresh fashion.” –Screen Daily “Raw and authentic.” –Remezcla JOSÉ A film by Li Cheng (Guatemala/USA, 2019, 85 min. In Spanish with English subtitles) A nuanced look

This Week in Cinema Tropical, January 27- February 3

This week, escape the cold weather and warm up with some of the prime Latin American films screening in New York. Tomorrow Tuesday, one of our summer favorites returns to the big screen: head over to the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema in Downtown Brooklyn for a special screening of Lucio Castro‘s luscious and lustful End

Screening of The Assistant

Cinereach is offering New School students free tickets to a movie called, The Assistant, which will be screened at Angelika Film Center on Feb 2.   Based on nearly a 100 of interviews from former assistants of top executives at Miramax, The Weinstein Company, Time Warner Company

2/13: John Carreyrou at The New School on the Rise and Fall of Theranos

WHO: Pulitzer Prize-winning Journalist John Carreyrou WHAT: Carreyrou will discuss his bestselling book Bad Blood: Secrets and Lies in a Silicon Valley Start-up, on the rise and fall of Theranos and CEO Elizabeth Holmes. WHEN: Thursday, February 13, 7-8pm WHERE: Tishman Auditorium, University Center. LINK:

This Week in Cinema Tropical, January 21-27

The IFC Center is screening two Oscar-nominated films directed by Brazilian filmmakers: Fernando Meirelles‘ The Two Popes and Petra Costa‘s documentary The Edge of Democracy. Be sure to catch them in the big screen! And Karim Aïnouz‘s tropical melodrama Invisible Life continues to play at Film Forum and Film at Lincoln Center. The Brazilian New York Times Critics’ Pick is

Friday Night Film Noir: Side Street, 12/13

Friday Night Films is a new series from BPCA inviting movie lovers to screen and discuss classic and modern day cinema. Popcorn will be served, and a discussion will follow the screenings. All FREE! Film Noir is a style of American crime film originating in the 1940’s. Often made