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Free Tickets to Mr. Soul! Screening on OCT. 6 at Miller Theatre

On Oct 6, 2018, from 5:20 pm – 7:30 pm, Reel Sisters is proud to announce a screening and conversation of Mr. Soul!, directed by Melissa Haizlip and Sam Pollard! Before Oprah – before Arsenio – there was Mr. SOUL!  Ellis Haizlip made television broadcast history with “Soul!,” America’s first “black Tonight Show.” Join Reel Sisters

Flix Premiere Invites You to the Theatrical Release of “Bikini Moon” + Opportunity for Free Admission

You’re invited to an Exclusive Film Premiere in NYC! Flix Premiere – the world’s first online cinema – invites you to its first ever US Theatrical Premiere of the film Bikini Moon – a distinct New York based film, directed by the highly acclaimed and Oscar Nominated director Milcho Manchevski, starring Condola Rashad (from

SMS Faculty Member Savanna Washington Screens Her Film, “Playing Frisbee in North Korea,” on Tuesday, 9/25

Director Savanna Washington offers a sneak preview of Playing Frisbee in North Korea (2018) for a Korea Society audience. She appears after in conversation with Columbia Professor Charles Armstrong and the Society’s Stephen Noerper. This colorful documentary vividly depicts the challenges of North Korea and potential warming

This week in Cinema Tropical – September 17 — 24

This week, make sure not to miss the U.S premiere of Ricardo Silva and Omar Guzmán‘s William, the New Judo Master this Thursday, September 20 at Anthology Film Archives. Screening as part of Cinema Tropical’s series of contemporary Latin American cinema, the “fascinating film essay” follows famed Swedish-American singer William Clauson as he whiles away

MUSEO Opens this Thursday: Director Alonso Ruizpalacios and Actor Gael García Bernal in Person

Winner Silver Beat for Best Screenplay 2018 Berlin International Film Festival “Fabulously entertaining. Irresistibly inventive. Hitchcock, Looney Tunes, Rififi…and Bresson…Ruizpalacios pulls it off with a joyful sureness.” -Jessica King, Variety “An endlessly entertaining, challenging investigation of history that confirms Ruizpalacios’ status as the next big thing in Mexican

Attend Doc Talk, September 17 at 1 PM

Doc Studies presents: Monday, September 17 at 1 PM Kellen Auditorium, Ground Floor, 66 Fifth Avenue CRIME + PUNISHMENT Directed by Stephen Maing 2018, 115 min. Screening and Q & A with filmmaker STEPHEN MAING “A triumph of documentary filmmaking” — Tim Wu, The New York

One Night Only: Film Screening About Zuzana Ruzickova, Lengendary Musician and Holocaust Survivor

ZUZANA: MUSIC IS LIFE NYC PREMIERE A beautiful, award-winning film about legendary harpsichordist Zuzana Ruzickova, who recalls a life of love, tyranny, and the music that helped her survive and thrive through some of the 20th century’s darkest periods. The film was twice voted Best Documentary. Leonard Nimoy Thalia Theater at Symphony Space Thursday,

June on Filmatique: Best Undistributed

  June on Filmatique: Best Undistributed Every year, the Film Society of Lincoln Center’s Film Comment magazine publishes a list of critically-acclaimed films that have not received US distribution.  Many of these films are avant-garde, experimental; others are stirring portraits from regions of the world either not considered

En el Séptimo Día Screening at Cinema Tropical

EN EL SÉPTIMO DÍA A film by Jim McKay (On the Seventh Day, USA, 2017, 92 min. In Spanish and English with English subtitles) En el Séptimo Día, a fiction feature from director Jim McKay (Girls Town, Our Song, Everyday People), follows a group of undocumented immigrants living in Sunset

DARK MONEY Theatrical Release in NYC

DARK MONEY, a political thriller, examines one of the greatest present threats to American democracy: the influence of untraceable corporate money on our elections and elected officials. The film takes viewers to Montana—a frontline in the fight to preserve fair elections nationwide—to follow an intrepid

Screening & Panel: Disaster Capitalism

On May 3 at 6.30pm, we will be screening Disaster Capitalism, a powerful documentary on a six-year investigation by a best-selling journalist and author, Antony Lowenstein, into how aid dollars are spent. The film tracks the ramifications of disaster capitalism in Afghanistan, Haiti, and Papua New Guinea.

KK de La Vida Presents “Liquid Plasticity: A Movement Prayer” at Yale Divinity School’s Graduate Conference on Religion and Ecology, Thursday, April 19

KK de La Vida, an online MA student in the Media Studies program, is excited to present “Liquid Plasticity: A Movement Prayer” at Yale Divinity School’s Graduate Conference on Religion and Ecology this Thursday, April 19, 2018. “Liquid Plasticity” is the second live iteration of “Reality

116 Cameras Film and Post-Screening Discussion at the Museum of Jewish Heritage – A Living Memorial to the Holocaust

The Museum of Jewish Heritage – A Living Memorial to the Holocaust presents  “116 Cameras “for film and post-screening discussion on Thursday, April 19, 2018 at 7:00pm. The post-screening discussion features Auschwitz survivor, Eva Schloss, and director, Davina Pardo. 116 Cameras With Auschwitz survivor Eva Schloss and director Davina Pardo April 19, 2018