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What to Watch This Week on Cinema Tropical

This week, make sure to check out Maite Alberdi‘s Sundance-selected documentary, The Mole Agent —now available on VOD. A “unique meditation on compassion and loneliness,” (Sundance Institute) the Chilean film follows Sergio, an 83 year old would-be spy who infiltrates a retirement home in order to investigate a suspected case of elder

Music Box Films Presents Sibyl, Opening 9/11

Music Box Films Presents New Film SIBYL (opening 9/11), a sly, sultry character study from director Justine Triet. The French comedy/drama follows Sibyl (Virginie Efira) who, lacking inspiration for her new novel, borrows source material from her newest patient Margot (Adéle Exarchopoulos). Music Box Films invites

What to Watch This Week With Cinema Tropical

Start the month off with a varied selection from the region: this week, we’re pleased to recommend films from Brazil, Mexico, Argentina, Guatemala, Peru, and from Latinx filmmakers in the United States. Streaming in virtual cinemas this week and a stateside digital release on Tuesday,

2020 Fine Cuts is Live!

2020 Fine Cuts is Live! Watch the trailer here Our 41st annual invitational film show is live for the first time here! Come and explore the outstanding student films selected by a panel of distinguished filmmakers. Explore the showcase here!

What To Watch This Week

This week, make sure to catch the virtual theatrical release of Cristóbal León and Joaquín Cociña‘s stop-motion tour de force The Wolf House, winner of the Cinema Tropical Award for Best First Film. “A visually engrossing, reference-rich and disturbing tale” (Hollywood Reporter), The Wolf House is easily one of the most accomplished, transporting, and

Kinoscope

Kinoscope will run on May 7, 2020. It is an online screening, so students will be provided with a 48 hour pass to view films on their own time. Username: Member052020 Password: KSAccess2020 https://kinoscope.org/

What to Watch Online This Week on Cinema Tropical, April 20-27

This week there are several great films to stream: From Eduardo Coutinho‘s A Man Marked for Death / Twenty Years Later, named the best Brazilian documentary film of all time, to the Cuban 1967 picaresque comedy The Adventures of Juan Quin Quin by Julio García Espinosa, and the “inspirational, thought-provoking”

Virtual Theatrical Experience: 2020 S.W.A.N Day Screening, 3/28

Join NYWIFT, SAG-AFTRA, FF2 Media, Women in the Arts & Media Coalition (WAMC), HerFlix, ImageNation Cinema Foundation, 2020 One Woman One Vote Festival, and African-American Women in Cinema (AAWIC) for a screening of the new feature Tape in recognition of S.W.A.N. (Support Women Artists Now) Day, an annual event on the last Saturday of March that

This Week in Cinema Tropical, March 9-16

Join Cinema Tropical tonight at Anthology Film Archives for another installment of their on-going series ‘If You Can Screen It There: Premiering Contemporary Latin American Cinema.‘ This evening they’ll be presenting the U.S. premiere of The Sky of the Centaur by the late Argentine filmmaker Hugo Santiago. If you haven’t yet seen

This Week in Cinema Tropical, March 2-9

This week is a strong week for Brazilian cinema in New York City. Both Film at Lincoln Center and the IFC Center will be home to the U.S. theatrical release of Kleber Mendonça Filho and Juliano Dornelles’ Bacurau—winner of the Jury Prize at the Cannes Film Festival. Also from Brazil, we get Glauber Rocha’s political classic Antonio Das

CANCELLED: Ruff Cuts

Produced by graduate students in the School of Media Studies, RUFF CUTS is a series of screening sessions for undergraduate and graduate Media Studies students to exhibit and discuss their media works in progress. Presenting students have the opportunity to receive constructive feedback. Media Studies faculty members

This Week in Cinema Tropical, 2/24 – 3/2

This week in New York, join iconic interdisciplinary artist Coco Fusco and the Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies at NYU for a . conversation on the groundbreaking street performances of Cuban artist JuanSí González. In theaters is Rashaad Ernesto Green‘s Harlem coming-of-age romance Premature, starring poet and co-writer Zora Howard. Responding to rising gentrification

Special Screening: HIGH FIDELITY, 3/18

Center for Communication Presents a Special Screening of High Fidelity Description Hulu’s new romantic comedy series HIGH FIDELITY is a reimagining of Nick Hornby’s 1995 bestseller and a movie of the same name. Zoë Kravitz plays Rob, a record store owner in Crown Heights, Brooklyn,