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This Week in Cinema Tropical

This Wednesday, the Film Society of Lincoln Center and The Museum of Modern Art open their prestigious showcase of films by emerging filmmakers from around the world. This year’s New Directors/New Films will be screening a handful of shorts and feature films from Brazil, Argentina, Colombia, and Mexico as part of their

Austin Film Festival 2019

JOIN US FOR THE 26TH ANNUAL AUSTIN FILM FESTIVAL! OCTOBER 24 – 31, 2019 The best thing a writer can do to become a better writer is to read, watch, listen to and embrace other genres of storytelling, ones that are different from his or her

This Week with Cinema Tropical

Please note:  Our Indocumentales screening of The Unafraid– scheduled for this evening at NYU’s King Juan Carlos I Center – has been postponed due to New York University’s weather-related closure. We apologize for the inconvenience and hope to see you at the re-scheduled program. Stay tuned! Mark your calendars for Latin American film events

Job Opportunity: Assistant, Film Festival

Assistant, Film Festival Job Details Description Application Deadline: Open Until Filled The Film Festival Unit of Human Rights Watch (HRW) is seeking an Assistant with experience in event planning in the New York office. The HRW Film Festival currently screens in over 20 cities around

Dalit Film Festival, 2/24 at the New School

Dalit Film and Cultural Festival (DALIFF). With the emergence of caste centric films in the mainstream Indian (also, in Nepal) film industry in recent years and its notable success has dawned upon the nu-genre of film making—the Dalit Cinema. Dalit Cinema is a newer technique

MONO XI: Cinema Arts Festival, Dec 5-9

Join MONO XI as they celebrate over 50 international artists who will be here in person to present five nights of pulsing cinema art. FREE TO ATTTEND! DECEMBER 5-6-7-8-9th! FIVE NIGHTS OF CINEMA AT FOUR LOCATIONS -WED DEC 5TH @ JUDSON MEMORIAL CHURCH Super 8 Movements curated by Brighid Greene

This Week With Cinema Tropical, 11/5-11/12

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