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“Dis-Ease Film Screening with Mariam Ghani” at the Graduate Center CUNY, April 5th @ 6:30pm

Join us Friday, April 5th at 6:30 PM in Elebash Recital Hall for a film screening of Dis-Ease with Mariam Ghani followed by a panel discussion with the filmmaker and her team of graduate research assistants Harry Blain, Juliana Broad, Eileen Clancy, Jacob Clary, Josh LaMore, Christian Lewis, and Dilara O’Neil. Free and open to the public. Click here to RSVP. Dis-Ease Film Screening with Mariam Ghani

DOC TALK: Collaboration, Community, and Formally Adventurous Documentary with Christopher Allen, April 8

DOC STUDIES PRESENTS: Union Docs: Collaboration, Community, and Formally Adventurous Documentary Monday, Apr 8 at 1 PM Kellen Auditorium, Ground Floor, 66 Fifth Avenue UnionDocs: Collaboration, Community, and Formally Adventurous Documentary Screening and Conversation with CHRISTOPHER ALLEN, Founder and Executive Artistic Director “Brave cinema can only exist

March on Filmatique: Foreign Language Oscar Submissions II

Filmatique’s Foreign Language Oscar Submissions II Series continues with The Sound of Things, Costa Rican filmmaker Ariel Escalante’s debut feature which excavates the vicissitudes of a young woman’s grief in small, observational moments that gain accumulative power. To watch our current releases click here.  Membership required.   FLMTQ membership is $4.95/month.  First

Non-Stick Nostalgia Film Series @ MAD, March 21–April 18

Non-Stick Nostalgia Film Series March 21–April 18 Accompanying MAD’s spring exhibition Non-Stick Nostalgia: Y2K Retrofuturism in Contemporary Jewelry, eight exciting works of transgressive, science-fiction filmmaking. From groundbreaking animated films like Ghost in the Shell and the cult classic Hackers to Luc Besson’s intergalactic extravaganza, The Fifth Element, the series surveys the

Special Screening of Dominican Film NOELÍ OVERSEAS by Laura Amelia Guzmán and Israel Cárdenas, Thursday, March 14 at Anthology Film Archives

Cinema Tropical (https://www.cinematropical.com/) is hosting a special screening of Laura Amelia Guzmán and Israel Cárdenas’ new film NOELÍ OVERSEAS on Thursday, March 14 at Anthology Film Archives. The screening is presented as part of our ongoing series ‘If You Can Screen It There: Premiering Contemporary Latin American Cinema.’  Protagonist Yanet Mojica, a young

This Week with Cinema Tropical

Please note:  Our Indocumentales screening of The Unafraid– scheduled for this evening at NYU’s King Juan Carlos I Center – has been postponed due to New York University’s weather-related closure. We apologize for the inconvenience and hope to see you at the re-scheduled program. Stay tuned! Mark your calendars for Latin American film events

Lauren Belfer, Documentary Studies ’10 finished her first documentary, Wrestle

LAUREN BELFER, Documentary Studies ’10 finished her first feature documentary, Wrestle.  Directed by SUZANNAH HERBERT and Co-Directed by LAUREN BELFER  Produced by LAUREN BELFER, STEVEN KLEIN, SETH GORDON, MARY ROHLICH, and SUZANNAH HERBERT  Hoop Dreams goes to the mat in this intimate, coming-of-age documentary about four members of a high-school wrestling team at

Warrior Women Screening – Wed. 2/20 at 6PM

Join NYWIFT and Vision Maker Media for a screening and reception for the upcoming documentary Warrior Women by Christina D. King and Elizabeth A. Castle. The directors and special guests Madonna Thunder Hawk and Marcella Gilbert will join the post-screening conversation moderated by NYWIFT board member Yvonne Russo. Warrior Women Christina D. King (Director/Producer) Elizabeth A. Castle (Director/Producer) 67

This Week on Cinema Tropical January 28 — February 4

It’s a special time of year for tropicalistas! This week, Cinema Tropical – in partnership with the Museum of the Moving Image—is thrilled to present five special screenings of the winning films from this year’s Cinema Tropical Awards. Join us from Friday to Sunday to celebrate the best Latin American cinema of

February on Filmatique: My French Film Festival II

Filmatique’s My French Film Festival II Series continues with Black Tide,Èrick Zonca’s Parisian noir in which a washed-up detective, played with aplomb by Vincent Cassel, conducts an investigation that seems to always lead back to himself. To watch our current releases click here.  Membership required.   FLMTQ membership is $4.95/month.

This Week in Cinema Tropical

This week, The Museum of Modern Art is presenting two classics of Mexican cinema and one recent remake as part of To Save and Project: The 16th Annual MoMA International Festival of Film Preservation. Running through January 31, the Latin American features kick off this Tuesday with Fernando de

December on Filmatique: New Asian Voices II

Filmatique’s New Asian Voices II Series continues withSanjeewa Pushpakumara’s stark and poetic Burning Birds, a story of female fortitude against the extrajudicial political violence of Sri Lanka’s civil war. To watch our current releases click here.  Membership required.   FLMTQ membership is $4.95/month.  First month free.

Free Screening of The Hate U Give

As a thank you for your dedication to the next generation of women writers and leaders—and for being that next generation—Girls Write Now would like to offer you complimentary tickets to a screening of The Hate U Give, a film which resonates deeply with our community. Please enjoy this screening thanks to the vision of

This week in Cinema Tropical, December 10 – 17

This week there is a screening of Jorge Sanjinés‘ award-winning Bolivian gem The Secret Nation. The film, which won the Golden Seashell for Best Film at the 1989 San Sebastián International Film Festival, plays this Friday at the Bard Graduate Center. Now playing at the IFC Center is Chilean filmmaker Sebastián Silva‘s critical race

This Week in Cinema Tropical, November 19-25

Following an incredibly successful festival run, Alfonso Cuarón‘s Roma is hitting big screens right on time for family, friends, and Thanksgiving break. A glorious cinematic feast that Cuarón himself considers his “most essential film,” Roma is kicking off its limited theatrical release this Wednesday at the IFC Center and The Landmark at 57 West. Mexico’s Oscar submission