Andrzej Wajda and Jean-Claude Carrière's daring, and dashing, history of the Reign of Terror in revolutionary France pits Robespierre, the ruthless Jacobin, and Danton, the self-appointed populist, in an ideological clash between two forms of despotism: tyranny of the one, and of the many. The film's contemporary relevance in 1983 did not go unnoticed, provoking cries of heresy among the embattled socialist left in France, and cries of heroic resistance within Poland's Solidarity movement during martial law.
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A Modern Day Lynching? Screening of "Always in Season" at Brooklyn Historical Society
In 2014, African American teen Lennon Lacy was found hanging from a swingset in Bladenboro, North Carolina. Weaving together the story of his mother Claudia Lacy’s fight for a federal investigation in...
ACTING FOR FILM- One Night Only: Filmmakers Amanda B Goodman and Seth Panman at Patricia Yeazell
Wed | 7PM - 10PM
ACTING FOR FILM 2020 - THE FILM MAKERS. In these bi-monthly series of workshops you will be working directly with professional filmmakers in our intimate, centrally located studio in LIC (NY). In th...
Catvideofest 2020 at Nitehawk Cinema
Sat | 11:30AM
Each year, CatVideoFest curates a compilation reel of the latest, best cat videos culled from countless hours of unique submissions and sourced animations, music videos, and, of course, classic intern...