Join NYWIFT and Vision Maker Media for a screening and reception for the upcoming documentary Warrior Women by Christina D. King and Elizabeth A. Castle. The directors and special guests Madonna Thunder Hawk and Marcella Gilbert will join the post-screening conversation moderated by NYWIFT board member Yvonne Russo. Warrior Women Christina D. King (Director/Producer) Elizabeth A. Castle (Director/Producer) 67
Film Series: Poetic Films from Brazil Curated by Peter Lucas As part of the International Field Program (IFP) preparation for the summer Brazil IFP, each Friday evening during the spring semester a choice Brazilian film will be hosted and screened. Feel free to invite friends
It’s a special time of year for tropicalistas! This week, Cinema Tropical – in partnership with the Museum of the Moving Image—is thrilled to present five special screenings of the winning films from this year’s Cinema Tropical Awards. Join us from Friday to Sunday to celebrate the best Latin American cinema of
DOC STUDIES PRESENTS @tnsdocstudies Monday, Feb 4 at 1 PM, Kellen Auditorium, Ground Floor, 66 Fifth Avenue NAILED IT! + STATE OF OREGON (short) Screening and Q&A with filmmaker and Doc Studies alumna ADELE PHAM “Nailed it! seeks to uncover the fascinating but little known history
3 WEEKS TILL THE OPENING OF UNTOGETHER! Click HERE to view the trailer. For more information check out their website, Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.
This week, The Museum of Modern Art is presenting two classics of Mexican cinema and one recent remake as part of To Save and Project: The 16th Annual MoMA International Festival of Film Preservation. Running through January 31, the Latin American features kick off this Tuesday with Fernando de
LAS HEREDERAS / THE HEIRESSES Directed by Marcelo Martinessi (Paraguay/Germany/Brazil/Uruguay, 2018, 98 min. In Spanish with English subtitles) Chela and Chiquita have been partners for decades, lifelong members of Paraguay’s moneyed elite – until the money runs out. Now they spend their days selling their
Filmatique’s New Asian Voices II Series continues withSanjeewa Pushpakumara’s stark and poetic Burning Birds, a story of female fortitude against the extrajudicial political violence of Sri Lanka’s civil war. To watch our current releases click here. Membership required. FLMTQ membership is $4.95/month. First month free.
Torquato Neto – Every Hour of the End (Dir. Eduardo Ades, Marcus Fernando, Brazil, 2017, 88 min. In Portuguese with English subtitles) Torquato Neto (1944-1972) lived ruptures passionately. Engaged on multiple fronts – in film, music, and journalism – the poet from the far-northeastern state
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As a thank you for your dedication to the next generation of women writers and leaders—and for being that next generation—Girls Write Now would like to offer you complimentary tickets to a screening of The Hate U Give, a film which resonates deeply with our community. Please enjoy this screening thanks to the vision of
This week there is a screening of Jorge Sanjinés‘ award-winning Bolivian gem The Secret Nation. The film, which won the Golden Seashell for Best Film at the 1989 San Sebastián International Film Festival, plays this Friday at the Bard Graduate Center. Now playing at the IFC Center is Chilean filmmaker Sebastián Silva‘s critical race
INDOCUMENTALES En el séptimo día/On the Seventh Day The Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies at New York University (CLACS), Cinema Tropical, and the World Council of Peoples for the United Nations / What Moves You?, are proud to present the latest edition of INDOCUMENTALES
Latin America’s 1968 on Film – Dialogue with Ché & Homage to Nicanor Parra As part of the Latin America’s 1968 Colloquium series, New York University’s Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies (CLACS), Department of Spanish and Portuguese, are proud to present a the
Join BSU, La Xente, and Free The New School as we collaborate to bring you a screening of Invisible Roots, the first documentary about Afro-Mexicans in Southern California exploring the complex issues of racial, national and cultural identities. We will be watching the film and
Filmatique’s Opera Prima Italiana II Series continues with Il Cratere, Luca Bellino & Silvia Luzi’s portrait of a young Neopolitan girl’s impossible dreams of freedom. To watch our current releases click here. Membership required.
Following an incredibly successful festival run, Alfonso Cuarón‘s Roma is hitting big screens right on time for family, friends, and Thanksgiving break. A glorious cinematic feast that Cuarón himself considers his “most essential film,” Roma is kicking off its limited theatrical release this Wednesday at the IFC Center and The Landmark at 57 West. Mexico’s Oscar submission
Dear friends of Creatively Speaking, Please join us for series of features and short films presented at Metrograph Double Exposure:Portraits And Parallels From Across The Diaspora. See details below. All best, Michelle and Creatively Speaking Team
DCTV Presents 1999 Mon 11/19, 7pm, DCTV 87 Lafayette St NYC 10013 A filmmaker returns to her hometown to uncover the memories of a wave of suicides that shook her high school in 1999. None of her former classmates have talked about it, until now,
The exhibition features Such a Morning, an 85-minute, single-channel film accompanied by a collection of projected letters written by the film’s central character – an extension to the narrative built by Kanwar.
SMS Alum Jad-Evangelo Nasser’s film ONCE UPON A COLOR has been selected to screen at Katra Film Series, 11/13
SMS Alum Jad-Evangelo Nasser’s film ONCE UPON A COLOR has been selected to screen at Katra Film Series on November 13 at Wine Legend -BK. This Festival will focus on innovative Storytelling and Diversity of voices in Film. Tickets available here. Tuesday, November 13th Wine
ADAM PRODUCED BY JIM STARK NYC CINEMA PREMIERE SCREENINGS IN TWO WEEKS ADAM is an award winning film that premiered in February in the Berlinale (the prestigious BERLIN FILM FESTIVAL). Since then it has played in festivals around the world and is due to
Another busy week for Latin American film lovers in the city with a bit of diverse narratives and aesthetics for different tastes. UnionDocs is presenting this Thursday a special screening of the Mexican film El Grito by Leobaldo López Aretche chronicling the Tlatelolco massacre in 1968, ten days before
Tue, Nov 6, “Édouard Glissant: One World in Relation” film screening & convo with Manthia Diawara & Asad Raza at the Graduate Center, CUNY
Join the Center for the Humanities tomorrow, Tuesday, November 6th at 6:30 pm in Martin E. Segal Theatre at the Graduate Center, CUNY for a film screening of Manthia Diawara’s Édouard Glissant: One World in Relation (2009, 48 min), which follows Édouard Glissant, thinker of Relation and the All-World, on a transatlantic journey as he discusses
Filmatique’s Swiss Films Series continues with Dene Wos Guet Geit (Those Who Are Fine), Cyril Schäublin’s detached and darkly humorous satire exploring the lives of characters both central and oblique to a confidence scheme in Switzerland’s largest city. To watch our current releases click here. Membership required. FLMTQ membership is
Vera List Center for Art and Politics FREEDOM OF SPEECH: A CURRICULUM FOR STUDIES DARKNESS Amar Kanwar, Such a Morning, 2017 Opening Event of the Series Freedom of Speech: A Curriculum for Studies into Darkness The Vera List Center and UnionDocs in association with Marian Goodman
TWO IRENES A film by Fabio Meira (As Duas Irenes, Brazil, 2017, 89 min. In Portuguese with English subtitles) By chance, Brazilian teenager Irene (newcomer Priscila Bittencourt, in an assured performance) discovers that there is another 13-year-old Irene living in the same town. Curiously, she observes
Frederick Wiseman’s latest documentary MONROVIA, INDIANA is opening at Film Forum on 10/26. Check out the synopsis, trailer and ticket information, here. Additionally, there will be two Q&A’s with the filmmaker, one of Friday 10/26 at the 6:30PM show and one on Saturday 10/27 at 3:40PM. Read
The New School Student Health Services is having a film screening of the documentary “Rocío” by Dario Guerrero along with a discussion afterward. We will be discussing topics such s immigration, accessibility to health, dynamics of family and universities, and POC presence in universities. This