Film

See You Next Time: Neighborhood Stories

 
 
Wed, Dec 9, 2020
 
 
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+  Virtual Q&A Dec 9, 7:30pm EST
 
 
 
 
 
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A collection of short films by local New York City filmmakers. From intimate scenes of everyday activity to galvanizing portraits of community members uplifting places of worship and rest, these shorts reflect the magnetism, care, and resilience of our city.

See You Next Time: Neighborhood Stories is a free screening available through RSVP only. When you RSVP, you will receive access to watch the program’s short films. To RSVP, click here.

Join us Wed, Dec 9 at 7:30pm EST for a virtual Q&A with the filmmakers! Access the Q&A here: https://youtu.be/oSoDGzAFnEc

This conversation will be presented in English with live ASL interpretation.

 
Friday

Dir. Aisha Amin | 9min, 2020

 

A short documentary about the community within and history surrounding a historically Black Brooklyn mosque, produced in collaboration with the Jacob Burns Film Center.

 
By Way of Canarsie

Dirs. Emily Packer & Lesley Steele | 14min, 2020

 

After years of neglect by the City of New York and the devastation of Hurricane Sandy, the coastal community of Canarsie, Brooklyn wants more. Using a variety of formats, this experimental series of vignettes explores Canarsie’s unique relationship to the water and the community’s vision for the future.

 
 
 
See You Next Time

Dir. Crystal Kayiza | 6min, 2019

 

Examining themes of race and beauty, See You Next Time closes in on the intimate work, pampering, and chat that happens in the manicure chair.

 
 
Flourish

Dir. Heather Maria Acs | 14min, 2020

 

A drag queen must disentangle from an unhealthy relationship, while a young, non-binary couple attempt nonmonogamy. Can the magic of a queer dance party bring the lovers together and will the transformative power of drag set this queen free?

 
 
 
Briarpatch

Dir. Anna Pollack | 24min, 2020

 

After the death of their mother, a teenage brother and sister face a difficult decision as they try to make ends meet on the longest day of the summer.

 
 
In Sudden Darkness

Dir. Tayler Montague | 13min, 2020

 

A young girl named Tatianna watches her family and community cope with the heat and chaos of New York City's blackout in 2003.

 
 
 
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