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Brooklyn Filmmakers Collective Presents: Reconciliation in Four Shorts

Tue, Jul 31, 2018
  • 7PM
RUN TIME: 74min
MEMBERS: $7.50 (free for Level 4 and above)
+  Post-screening Q&A with the filmmakers
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Tuesday July 31, 2018
Performances no longer available.

The Brooklyn Filmmakers Collective is turning 10! This showcase, curated by Tayler Montague, represents the work of select Latina filmmakers that explore themes of family values, migration, and identity. The BFC is a supportive community of filmmakers that strives to create a supportive space and encourage members to create their best, strongest work.

Post-screening Q&A with the filmmakers

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Memories of a Penitent Heart (excerpt)

Dir. Cecilia Aldarondo
2016, 30min


Twenty-five years after Miguel’s death from AIDS-related complications, his niece tracks down his estranged lover and cracks open a Pandora’s box of unresolved family drama.

Firmes (excerpt)

Dir. by Lindsey Cordero and Armando Croda
2013, 20min


A tight-knit group of Mexican Low-Riders in the Bronx do their best to survive, working hard to support families, facing ghosts of the gang life they’ve left behind, and deferring dreams in a country that is not theirs.

Mami y Yo y Gallito

Dir. Arisleyda Dilone
2015, 16min


Aris, a filmmaker, sits down with her immigrant mother to talk frankly about her intersex body.


Dir. Lorena Alvarado
2017, 8min


Following the death of her grandfather, filmmaker Lorena Alvarado’s grandmother loses her grasp on reality and her mental health quickly deteriorates. But her housekeeper begins to fill in the missing spaces.

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