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What to Watch this Week on Cinema Tropical

This week, Cinema Tropical is thrilled to present our first in-person screening in over a year: a special 20th anniversary presentation of Mexican director Alfonso Cuaron‘s landmark film Y Tu Mamá También starring Gael García Bernal and Diego Luna.  Taking place this Sunday, May 30 as part of the grand opening of the Sag Harbor Cinema in

What to Watch Online This Week at Cinema Tropical

Cinema Tropical at 20: TropiChat 20: Natalia Almada Recipient of the 2012 MacArthur “Genius” Award, Natalia Almada combines artistic expression with social inquiry to make films that are both personal reflections and critical social commentaries. Her work straddles the boundaries of documentary, fiction, and experimental

What to Watch Online This Week at Cinema Tropical

Films Premiering This Week: Virtual Theatrical Release: MARIGHELLA (Wagner Moura, 2019, Brazil, 155 min. In Portuguese with English subtitles) A searing and energized portrait of one of Brazil’s most divisive historical figures, Afro-Brazilian poet and politician, the legendary Carlos Marighella – played by famous actor/musician Seu

NYWIFT Screening: No Fear No Favor, Q&A 4/26

Keeper, Salome, with an orphaned baby black rhino at the Sera Community Conservancy in North Kenya” (Photo Credit: Mirra Bank) Join us for this month’s virtual NYWIFT Member Screening as we honor Earth Day with Mirra Bank’s documentary feature, No Fear No Favor, about African communities

Join Oxford Film Festival This Weekend

WHAT IS UP TONIGHT:  The Castle on Red Mountain live Q&A tonight at 5:30 pm. The Castle on Red Mountain is a documentary about a sculptor named Robert Mihaly who is returning to finish his biggest project to date: a whimsical 70-foot-high castle that he abandoned