Black Public Media 40th Anniversary!!! 2019 ImageNation Outdoors Film & Music Festival
In the 1970s, the Bronx was on fire. Left unprotected by the city government, nearly a half-million people were displaced as their close-knit, multiethnic neighborhood burned, reducing the community to rubble. While insidious government policies caused the devastation, Black and Latino residents bore the blame. In this story of hope and resistance, Bronx native Vivian Vazquez exposes the truth about the borough's sordid history and reveals how her embattled and maligned community chose to resist, remain and rebuild.
Venue: St. Nicholas Park
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Animation Nights New York (ANNY) at The Gutter at The Gutter
Tue | 8PM – 10PM
Animation Nights New York is a curated monthly screening of Animated Short Films of our In Competition Films from all around the world. Admission is PAY WHAT YOU DECIDE -- donations are greatly apprec...
Film Screening: From Farms to Incubators: Telling the Stories of Women Entrepreneurs in Agtech at Penn Club of New York
Tue | Time Varies
Join us for a documentary film screening and discussion with Amy Wu '04JRN, founder of From Farms to Incubators and Tinia Pina '12 Earth Institute, CEO of Re-Nuble ....
The Love Witch at Nitehawk Cinema
Tue | 7:45 pm
Director: Anna Biller Run Time: 120 min. Format: DCP Rating: R Release Year: 2016 Starring: Samantha Robinson, Gian Keys, Laura Waddell, Jeffrey Vincent Parise Elaine, a beautiful young witch, i...