Introduction The next 12 months may be some of the most momentous in New York City’s history, with a confluence of events—including the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and an election with the potential to reshape the political landscape—creating major opportunities for change. The November 2021 election
Reserve your tickets: Derrick Adams in Conversation with Alvin Hall and Dexter Wimberly, this Thursday
In Conversation: Derrick Adams with Alvin Hall and Dexter Wimberly Thursday, February 8, 2018 – 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm $10 general / $5 members and students The Theater at MAD Join Derrick Adams for a conversation with journalist Alvin Hall exploring the artworks and
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 https://quadcinema.com/film/Independent-Frames-Program-4-Introspection/ on-line streaming: https://experimentalanimationsbyjaneaaron.vhx.tv/
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
Monday, January 29, 7:15pm Anthology Film Archives 32 Second Avenue (at 2nd Street), New York City (212) 505-5181 / www.anthologyfilmarchives.org Presented as part of If You Can Screen It There: Premiering Contemporary Latin American Cinema co-presented by Anthology Film Archives and Cinema Tropical. Programmed by Matías Piñeiro and Carlos A. Gutiérrez.