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Film Screening of 3000 Nights + Q&A with Filmmaker Mai Masri

The New School is delighted to host acclaimed Lebanese filmmaker Mai Masri for a screening of her new award-winning film 3000 Nights and a special 3-hour masterclass showcasing her documentary film practices. Mai Masri’s extraordinary body of films deal with cinematic approaches to understanding the contested lives of children

DCTV: PRO-TV Baltimore Rising Screening

PRO-TV, in partnership with The Gathering For Justice, would like to invite you to a special screening of Baltimore Rising, an HBO documentary film about the social justice movement in Baltimore following the death of Freddie Gray. The film will be followed by a Q & A with

Carlos Motta’s Shapes of Freedom Screening on Thursday

In collaboration with Critical & Visual Studies at Pratt Institute, we would like to announce Shapes of Freedom a talk by Carlos Motta. Carlos is a New York based internationally recognized multimedia artist originally from Columbia. In 2015, Carlos Motta countered binary norms by inviting

5 Experimental Animations by Jane Aaron Screening in NYC this Sunday 1 PM

Experimental Animations by Jane Aaron Screening this weekend in NYC 1 PM 5 experimental animations by Jane Aaron  “joyful and pure art that is uniquely cinematic” Sunday, February 4, 2018 @ 1 PM Quad Cinema 34 W 13th Street NYC on-line streaming:  

Faculty Member Michelle Materre Hosts “Citizen in Pictures”

Faculty Member Michelle Materre is hosting “Citizen in Pictures”, presented by Creatively Speaking, at St. John’s University. “Citizen in Pictures” is a collection of short films as a visual interpretation of the themes presented in this award winning longform poem by Claudia Rankine. The event will

The Ocean After Nature Exhibit and Curator Talk at Parsons

The Ocean After Nature considers the ocean as reflecting the ecological, cultural, political, and economic realities of a globalized world. Featuring work by 20 artists and collectives in a variety of media — including photography, video, sculpture, and design — the exhibition explores new ways of

Cinema Tropical Festival 2018

CINEMA TROPICAL FESTIVAL 2018 February 2 – 4, 2018 Museum of the Moving Image Cinema Tropical, in partnership with Museum of the Moving Image,  present the 2018 edition of the Cinema Tropical Festival, celebrating the year’s best Latin American films. The festival will feature the winners of the 8th

Doc Talk Screening and Q & A: Escapes

The term ‘cinephilia’ underlies the passion for cinema that imbues filmmaker Michael Almereyda’s essay portrait of actor and Hollywood storyteller Hampton Fancher in this formally intriguing, mischievous montage portrait of the Quixote-like figure who wrote the original screenplays for both the original Blade Runner and

Online French Film Festival

During the month of February Filmatique is partnering with Unifrance to present a diverse selection of works competing in the 8th annual My French Film Festival, presided over by Jury President Paolo Sorrentino.  Exploring themes of isolation, loneliness and exile amid the experiences of immigrants and successful

January on Filmatique: New South American Cinema

During the month of January, Filmatique is hosting four films from exciting new voices in South America.  Featuring the works of three female filmmakers, three feature debuts and official Foreign Language Oscar submissions from Peru, Paraguay and Bolivia, Filmatique’s New South American Cinema series portrays the shifting

Black Brazilian Cinema – Friday, Dec. 8

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

Film Screening of Kartini at The New School

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

November on Filmatique: Tallinn Black Nights

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.  

US Premiere of PACÍFICO Film by Fernanda Romandía

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

Center for Communication: How to Report News that Matters

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

Pacific Climate Circuit Screening of 100Tikis

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.

Screening: In Between

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)

Doc Talks Presents: Persons Of Interest

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