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This Week in Cinema Tropical, December 9-16

Our series Veredas: A Generation of Brazilian Filmmakers continues at Film at Lincoln Center with more must-see films to catch. The program reflects the range of boundary-pushing Brazilian film in order to showcase work from a vast and influential generation that is indelibly leaving its mark on the local and international film

Veredas: A Generation of Brazilian Filmmakers, Starts Tomorrow at Film at Lincoln Center — Special Ticket Discount

Veredas: A Generation of Brazilian Filmmakers December 6 – 11, 2019 Film Society of Lincoln Center Presented by Film at Lincoln Center and Cinema Tropical. Organized by Mary Jane Marcasiano and Fábio Andrade. The range of boundary-pushing works in Brazilian film has had few parallels in recent years, with filmmakers such as

This Week in Cinema Tropical, November 18-25

This week, New York plays host to a full assortment of one-night-only screenings of some of the best in independent Latin American cinema. Building on the momentum of last week’s doc-heavy calendar, stop by UnionDocs on Sunday for Bolivian filmmaker Mauricio Alfredo Ovando‘s Still Burn. The intimate documentary pulls from archival

Bowery Film Festival: November 19-21, 2019

Bowery Film Festival screens edgy, gritty, funny, and bombastic films on the Bowery in NYC. The Bowery is one of the great highways of humanity, of seething life, varied interests, fun, diverse culture, art, and rock-and-roll. Rather than conventional theaters, we screen films in the coolest art

This Week in Cinema Tropical, October 21-28

We start the week off with Andrea Córdoba‘s multi-award-winning film Sanctuary, screening tonight as part of Indocumentales: An Itinerant Film and Conversation Series at NYU’s King Juan Carlos I Center. Having won the Best Film award at this year’s Brooklyn Film Festival, Sanctuary follows the life of one Guatemalan mother who was the first person to take

Doc Studies Students to be Featured in DOC NYC (Nov. 8th)

Our beloved Documentary Studies program will be featured at this year’s DOC NYC, with four films by the last year’s graduate filmmakers in the ‘University Showcase‘, screening on Friday, Nov 8th, 12:15pm at Cinepolis Chelsea. Tickets can be purchased here. Kudos to our outstanding students, our esteemed Program Director,

This Week in Cinema Tropical, 10/14-10/21

This week in New York City we’re proud to present a strong lineup of Latin American films and screenings: Tonight, Monday, join us for the U.S premiere of Argentine director Lautaro García Candela‘s critically-acclaimed debut feature film, I Love You So Much That I Just Don’t Know. Screening as part of our

This Week with Cinema Tropical, October 7 – 14

The 57th New York Film Festival continues this week at Film at Lincoln Center for its second and last week. Be sure to check out the U.S. premiere of The Moneychanger by acclaimed Uruguayan director Federico Veiroj who will be in town to present his latest film. And next Monday, be sure to catch

This Week in Cinema Tropical, September 23 – 30

This weekend, head north to the New York Botanical Garden for the last screening in the ‘Cinema Brasileiro‘ series marking the close of this summer’s exhibition on famed Brazilian landscape architect Roberto Burle Marx. This Sunday we’re pleased to wrap up the program with a repeat screening of João Vargas

This Week in Cinema Tropical, September 16-23

CINEMA TROPICAL SCREENINGS: – The Other Side of the Wall Website – Amazonia: The Awakening of Florestania Website – ‘Urbanworld Film Festival’ Website OTHER SCREENINGS AND FESTIVALS:Website – Disobedience Website – Zuza Homem de Jazz Website – Cantinflas Website – Tranny Fag Website – The Prosecutors Website – Desperado  Website – ‘Nova Frontier Film Festival’ Website

This Week With Cinema Tropical, September 9-16

There’s a full lineup of Latin American films playing in New York this week: Shot over two years in the heart of Brooklyn’s immigrant community, I’m Leaving Now is a searingly intimate portrait of one undocumented worker on the margins. A blend of documentary with some fictional

Call for Submissions: Images Festival 2020

Images Festival’s 2020 Call for Submissions is currently open. We are currently accepting ON SCREEN and ON SCREEN for STUDENTS Submissions. The deadline for this category is October 14, 2019. We encourage students to apply, please note that the entry fee is waived for students! All guidelines and