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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

Socially Relevant Film Festival Opens Next Friday

The Fifth Edition of SR Socially Relevant™ Film Festival NY opens next Friday MARCH 16–22, 2018 CINEMA VILLAGE 22 East 12th Street (Between University Place and Fifth Avenue) Purchase tickets here.  Accreditations for Press and Industry are available on the website. The Mission of the SR Socially Relevant™ Film Festival

Film Screening of 3000 Nights + Q&A with Filmmaker Mai Masri

The New School is delighted to host acclaimed Lebanese filmmaker Mai Masri for a screening of her new award-winning film 3000 Nights and a special 3-hour masterclass showcasing her documentary film practices. Mai Masri’s extraordinary body of films deal with cinematic approaches to understanding the contested lives of children

SMS Alum Screening and Q&A at Cinema Village

SMS Alum and Chilean filmmaker Gustavo Letelier is premiering his LGBTQ film “Shining Moon” at Cinema Village March 9-16. There will be a Q&A with the director at 7PM after the March 9th showing. Renato (RICARDO HERRERA) a jobless gay actor is offered the dream role

DCTV: PRO-TV Baltimore Rising Screening

PRO-TV, in partnership with The Gathering For Justice, would like to invite you to a special screening of Baltimore Rising, an HBO documentary film about the social justice movement in Baltimore following the death of Freddie Gray. The film will be followed by a Q & A with

Doc Talk – 327 CUADERNOS

Celebrated contemporary Argentinian author Ricardo Piglia is the subject of Andrés Di Tella’s fascinating portrait film 327 Cuadernos (327 Notebooks). Rejecting a conventional style, Di Tella created a more intimate approach by encouraging his friend’s recollections about his life and art by asking him to look

5 Experimental Animations by Jane Aaron Screening in NYC this Sunday 1 PM

Experimental Animations by Jane Aaron Screening this weekend in NYC 1 PM 5 experimental animations by Jane Aaron  “joyful and pure art that is uniquely cinematic” Sunday, February 4, 2018 @ 1 PM Quad Cinema 34 W 13th Street NYC https://quadcinema.com/film/Independent-Frames-Program-4-Introspection/ on-line streaming: https://experimentalanimationsbyjaneaaron.vhx.tv/  

Cinema Tropical Festival 2018

CINEMA TROPICAL FESTIVAL 2018 February 2 – 4, 2018 Museum of the Moving Image Cinema Tropical, in partnership with Museum of the Moving Image,  present the 2018 edition of the Cinema Tropical Festival, celebrating the year’s best Latin American films. The festival will feature the winners of the 8th

Online French Film Festival

During the month of February Filmatique is partnering with Unifrance to present a diverse selection of works competing in the 8th annual My French Film Festival, presided over by Jury President Paolo Sorrentino.  Exploring themes of isolation, loneliness and exile amid the experiences of immigrants and successful

January on Filmatique: New South American Cinema

During the month of January, Filmatique is hosting four films from exciting new voices in South America.  Featuring the works of three female filmmakers, three feature debuts and official Foreign Language Oscar submissions from Peru, Paraguay and Bolivia, Filmatique’s New South American Cinema series portrays the shifting

Join The Center for the Humanities for a Screening of “The Violence of a Civilization Without Secrets”

Please join the Center for the Humanities on Wednesday, November 15th at 6:30 pm  for “Culture Capture: A Screening of The Violence of a Civilization Without Secrets,” a screening and discussion with filmmakers Adam and Zack Khalil and artist Jackson Polys on their recent collaboration The Violence of a Civilization Without Secrets in the James Gallery at the Graduate Center, CUNY. Anne Spice (Anthropology, The Graduate Center, CUNY)

Doc Talks Presents: Persons Of Interest

Doc Studies presents Monday, November 6 at 1 PM Kellen Auditorium, Ground Floor, 66 Fifth Avenue PERSONS OF INTEREST By Alison Maclean and Tobias Perse 2004, 63 min. Screening and Q & A with filmmaker  ALISON MACLEAN One of the significant documentaries of the 2004 Sundance