Caribbean Film Series (NYC) to Premiere Young Black UK Activists Documentary, ‘Generation Revolution’

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Brooklyn’s own Caribbean Film Series enters its third year of bringing fresh and exciting films from the Caribbean and Caribbean disapora to Brooklyn and New York City audiences at BAMcinématek’s BAM Rose Cinemas, Brooklyn’s oldest and long-lasting performing arts venue.… Continue Reading

Selection of Major Works of Queer, Black & International Cinema Handpicked by ‘Moonlight’ Director Barry Jenkins in NYC This Week

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The Film Society of Lincoln Center announces “Illuminating Moonlight,” a selection of major works of queer, black, and international art cinema handpicked by “Moonlight” director Barry Jenkins, January 4-9. This series brings together Jenkins’ two features (including his ripe-for-rediscovery debut,… Continue Reading

In Emerging Post-Earthquake Cinema of Haiti, Guetty Felin’s Stunning ‘Ayiti Mon Amour’ Shines (Trailer)


In the emerging post-earthquake cinema of Haiti, no voice shines as brightly as Haitian-American filmmaker Guetty Felin. And today, June 1st, Brooklyn audiences will gain a full sneak peek at her new film, “Ayiti Mon Amour,” wherein the writer-director invokes… Continue Reading