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February 8

Amy and the Orphans

The story of a raucous sibling reunion and family roadtrip.

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November 28

Before 5: Losing Ground by Kathleen Collins

Unseen for more than thirty years prior to its 2015 screening at the Film Society of Lincoln Center, Losing Ground (1982) was among the first feature length movies produced by a black woman filmmaker.

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November 18

Premiere Screening of “FACE THE EARTH” by Ming-Chuan Huang | Documentary on artist Chin Chih Yang

Renowned Taiwanese filmmaker Ming-Chuan Huang partners with Taiwanese American performance artist Chin Chih Yang to explore the artist’s lifelong focus on the culture of waste. 

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November 20

An Evening with Naeem Mohaiemen

On the occasion of the MoMA PS1 exhibition Naeem Mohaiemen: There Is No Last Man, Naeem Mohaiemen is joined by Stuart Comer, Chief Curator of Media and Performance Art at The Museum of Modern Art, for a screening and discussion of his work. 

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Edvard Munch | Between the Clock and the Bed

Edvard Munch (Norwegian, 1863–1944). Self-Portrait between the Clock and the Bed (detail), 1940–43.

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November 15

Film: Les Français c'est les autres

Documentary screening and Q&A with director Isabelle Wekstein-Steg, in conversation with Emmanuelle Saada

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November 10

Caucasian Chalk Circle

In Brecht's The Caucasian Chalk Circle, a piece of Epic Theatre, peasant woman Grusha cares for a boy abandoned by his mother during a coup in the Caucasus Mountains. Our show asks: what makes a family–those who would "own" you or those who care for you? Come enjoy this classic play accompanied by original music, dance, and instrumentals.

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November 26

Hands On | Painting Portraits

Bring a friend or family member and learn how to create a portrait as you trace, cut and paint with art materials!

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November 27
November 27

Cuban Jazz Orchestra

Conductor Bobby Sanabria leads an extraordinary student ensemble in new works for the Latin Jazz Orchestra.



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