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July 2018

Pioneers: First Women Filmmakers

July 20 @ 2:00 pm
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Every day until July 26, 2018

Presenting a vast array of brand new 2K restorations of early American cinema, this series highlights the women who regularly worked in positions of power as writers, directors, and producers at the dawn of American cinema—women who were instrumental in shaping the language of cinema as we know it today. Featuring work by Alice Guy Blaché, Lois Weber, Nell Shipman, Grace Cunard, Mabel Normand, Zora Neale Huston, and Marion E. Wong, the work created by these trailblazing women covers a…

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Pioneers: First Women Filmmakers

July 20 @ 7:00 pm
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Every day until July 26, 2018

BAMcinématek presents Pioneers: First Women Filmmakers in collaboration with Kino Lorber and The Library of Congress. A follow-up to its award-winning Pioneers of African-American Cinema, this collection was produced for Kino Lorber by Bret Wood and curated by historian Shelley Stamp. The series presents a vast array of new 2K restorations, focusing primarily on women directors of the silent-era American cinema. As was frequently the case, women directors remained uncredited or were co-credited as director, even though for all intents…

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Pioneers: First Women Filmmakers

July 21 @ 2:00 pm
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Every day until July 26, 2018

Presenting a vast array of brand new 2K restorations of early American cinema, this series highlights the women who regularly worked in positions of power as writers, directors, and producers at the dawn of American cinema—women who were instrumental in shaping the language of cinema as we know it today. Featuring work by Alice Guy Blaché, Lois Weber, Nell Shipman, Grace Cunard, Mabel Normand, Zora Neale Huston, and Marion E. Wong, the work created by these trailblazing women covers a…

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Pioneers: First Women Filmmakers

July 21 @ 7:00 pm
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Every day until July 26, 2018

BAMcinématek presents Pioneers: First Women Filmmakers in collaboration with Kino Lorber and The Library of Congress. A follow-up to its award-winning Pioneers of African-American Cinema, this collection was produced for Kino Lorber by Bret Wood and curated by historian Shelley Stamp. The series presents a vast array of new 2K restorations, focusing primarily on women directors of the silent-era American cinema. As was frequently the case, women directors remained uncredited or were co-credited as director, even though for all intents…

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Pioneers: First Women Filmmakers

July 22 @ 2:00 pm
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Every day until July 26, 2018

Presenting a vast array of brand new 2K restorations of early American cinema, this series highlights the women who regularly worked in positions of power as writers, directors, and producers at the dawn of American cinema—women who were instrumental in shaping the language of cinema as we know it today. Featuring work by Alice Guy Blaché, Lois Weber, Nell Shipman, Grace Cunard, Mabel Normand, Zora Neale Huston, and Marion E. Wong, the work created by these trailblazing women covers a…

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Pioneers: First Women Filmmakers

July 22 @ 7:00 pm
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Every day until July 26, 2018

BAMcinématek presents Pioneers: First Women Filmmakers in collaboration with Kino Lorber and The Library of Congress. A follow-up to its award-winning Pioneers of African-American Cinema, this collection was produced for Kino Lorber by Bret Wood and curated by historian Shelley Stamp. The series presents a vast array of new 2K restorations, focusing primarily on women directors of the silent-era American cinema. As was frequently the case, women directors remained uncredited or were co-credited as director, even though for all intents…

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Pioneers: First Women Filmmakers

July 23 @ 2:00 pm
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Every day until July 26, 2018

Presenting a vast array of brand new 2K restorations of early American cinema, this series highlights the women who regularly worked in positions of power as writers, directors, and producers at the dawn of American cinema—women who were instrumental in shaping the language of cinema as we know it today. Featuring work by Alice Guy Blaché, Lois Weber, Nell Shipman, Grace Cunard, Mabel Normand, Zora Neale Huston, and Marion E. Wong, the work created by these trailblazing women covers a…

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Pioneers: First Women Filmmakers

July 23 @ 7:00 pm
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Every day until July 26, 2018

BAMcinématek presents Pioneers: First Women Filmmakers in collaboration with Kino Lorber and The Library of Congress. A follow-up to its award-winning Pioneers of African-American Cinema, this collection was produced for Kino Lorber by Bret Wood and curated by historian Shelley Stamp. The series presents a vast array of new 2K restorations, focusing primarily on women directors of the silent-era American cinema. As was frequently the case, women directors remained uncredited or were co-credited as director, even though for all intents…

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Pioneers: First Women Filmmakers

July 24 @ 2:00 pm
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Every day until July 26, 2018

Presenting a vast array of brand new 2K restorations of early American cinema, this series highlights the women who regularly worked in positions of power as writers, directors, and producers at the dawn of American cinema—women who were instrumental in shaping the language of cinema as we know it today. Featuring work by Alice Guy Blaché, Lois Weber, Nell Shipman, Grace Cunard, Mabel Normand, Zora Neale Huston, and Marion E. Wong, the work created by these trailblazing women covers a…

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Pioneers: First Women Filmmakers

July 24 @ 7:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Every day until July 26, 2018

BAMcinématek presents Pioneers: First Women Filmmakers in collaboration with Kino Lorber and The Library of Congress. A follow-up to its award-winning Pioneers of African-American Cinema, this collection was produced for Kino Lorber by Bret Wood and curated by historian Shelley Stamp. The series presents a vast array of new 2K restorations, focusing primarily on women directors of the silent-era American cinema. As was frequently the case, women directors remained uncredited or were co-credited as director, even though for all intents…

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Pioneers: First Women Filmmakers

July 25 @ 2:00 pm
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Every day until July 26, 2018

Presenting a vast array of brand new 2K restorations of early American cinema, this series highlights the women who regularly worked in positions of power as writers, directors, and producers at the dawn of American cinema—women who were instrumental in shaping the language of cinema as we know it today. Featuring work by Alice Guy Blaché, Lois Weber, Nell Shipman, Grace Cunard, Mabel Normand, Zora Neale Huston, and Marion E. Wong, the work created by these trailblazing women covers a…

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Pioneers: First Women Filmmakers

July 25 @ 7:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Every day until July 26, 2018

BAMcinématek presents Pioneers: First Women Filmmakers in collaboration with Kino Lorber and The Library of Congress. A follow-up to its award-winning Pioneers of African-American Cinema, this collection was produced for Kino Lorber by Bret Wood and curated by historian Shelley Stamp. The series presents a vast array of new 2K restorations, focusing primarily on women directors of the silent-era American cinema. As was frequently the case, women directors remained uncredited or were co-credited as director, even though for all intents…

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Pioneers: First Women Filmmakers

July 26 @ 2:00 pm
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Every day until July 26, 2018

Presenting a vast array of brand new 2K restorations of early American cinema, this series highlights the women who regularly worked in positions of power as writers, directors, and producers at the dawn of American cinema—women who were instrumental in shaping the language of cinema as we know it today. Featuring work by Alice Guy Blaché, Lois Weber, Nell Shipman, Grace Cunard, Mabel Normand, Zora Neale Huston, and Marion E. Wong, the work created by these trailblazing women covers a…

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Pioneers: First Women Filmmakers

July 26 @ 7:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Every day until July 26, 2018

BAMcinématek presents Pioneers: First Women Filmmakers in collaboration with Kino Lorber and The Library of Congress. A follow-up to its award-winning Pioneers of African-American Cinema, this collection was produced for Kino Lorber by Bret Wood and curated by historian Shelley Stamp. The series presents a vast array of new 2K restorations, focusing primarily on women directors of the silent-era American cinema. As was frequently the case, women directors remained uncredited or were co-credited as director, even though for all intents…

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Animation Block Party

July 27 @ 12:00 pm
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Every day until July 29, 2018

The East Coast’s premier animation showcase returns for its 15th annual edition. This year’s festival features an eclectic array of innovative international, award-winning, experimental, independent, and family-friendly films, alongside a program highlighting work by the world’s top female animators and a special 30th-anniversary screening of the anime classic Akira (1988).  

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Animation Block Party

July 28 @ 12:00 pm
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Every day until July 29, 2018

The East Coast’s premier animation showcase returns for its 15th annual edition. This year’s festival features an eclectic array of innovative international, award-winning, experimental, independent, and family-friendly films, alongside a program highlighting work by the world’s top female animators and a special 30th-anniversary screening of the anime classic Akira (1988).  

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Animation Block Party

July 29 @ 12:00 pm
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Every day until July 29, 2018

The East Coast’s premier animation showcase returns for its 15th annual edition. This year’s festival features an eclectic array of innovative international, award-winning, experimental, independent, and family-friendly films, alongside a program highlighting work by the world’s top female animators and a special 30th-anniversary screening of the anime classic Akira (1988).  

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August 2018

Women at Work: Radical Creativity

August 10 @ 7:00 pm
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TImes vary

The series kicks off August 10 with Kathleen Collins’ seminal Losing Ground (1982). One of the first films to explore relationships and sexuality from the perspective of a black female director, this revelatory comedic drama follows a philosophy professor (Seret Scott) and her artist husband (Bill Gunn) on a life-changing summer in upstate New York. Julie Dash’s short dance film Four Women (1975) plays with Losing Ground. Saturday, August 11 highlights the work of Shirley Chisholm and Angela Davis through…

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Women at Work: Radical Creativity

August 11 @ 7:00 pm
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TImes vary

The series kicks off August 10 with Kathleen Collins’ seminal Losing Ground (1982). One of the first films to explore relationships and sexuality from the perspective of a black female director, this revelatory comedic drama follows a philosophy professor (Seret Scott) and her artist husband (Bill Gunn) on a life-changing summer in upstate New York. Julie Dash’s short dance film Four Women (1975) plays with Losing Ground. Saturday, August 11 highlights the work of Shirley Chisholm and Angela Davis through…

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Women at Work: Radical Creativity

August 12 @ 7:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
TImes vary

The series kicks off August 10 with Kathleen Collins’ seminal Losing Ground (1982). One of the first films to explore relationships and sexuality from the perspective of a black female director, this revelatory comedic drama follows a philosophy professor (Seret Scott) and her artist husband (Bill Gunn) on a life-changing summer in upstate New York. Julie Dash’s short dance film Four Women (1975) plays with Losing Ground. Saturday, August 11 highlights the work of Shirley Chisholm and Angela Davis through…

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Women at Work: Radical Creativity

August 13 @ 7:00 pm
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TImes vary

The series kicks off August 10 with Kathleen Collins’ seminal Losing Ground (1982). One of the first films to explore relationships and sexuality from the perspective of a black female director, this revelatory comedic drama follows a philosophy professor (Seret Scott) and her artist husband (Bill Gunn) on a life-changing summer in upstate New York. Julie Dash’s short dance film Four Women (1975) plays with Losing Ground. Saturday, August 11 highlights the work of Shirley Chisholm and Angela Davis through…

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Women at Work: Radical Creativity

August 14 @ 7:00 pm
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TImes vary

The series kicks off August 10 with Kathleen Collins’ seminal Losing Ground (1982). One of the first films to explore relationships and sexuality from the perspective of a black female director, this revelatory comedic drama follows a philosophy professor (Seret Scott) and her artist husband (Bill Gunn) on a life-changing summer in upstate New York. Julie Dash’s short dance film Four Women (1975) plays with Losing Ground. Saturday, August 11 highlights the work of Shirley Chisholm and Angela Davis through…

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Women at Work: Radical Creativity

August 15 @ 7:00 pm
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TImes vary

The series kicks off August 10 with Kathleen Collins’ seminal Losing Ground (1982). One of the first films to explore relationships and sexuality from the perspective of a black female director, this revelatory comedic drama follows a philosophy professor (Seret Scott) and her artist husband (Bill Gunn) on a life-changing summer in upstate New York. Julie Dash’s short dance film Four Women (1975) plays with Losing Ground. Saturday, August 11 highlights the work of Shirley Chisholm and Angela Davis through…

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Women at Work: Radical Creativity

August 16 @ 7:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
TImes vary

The series kicks off August 10 with Kathleen Collins’ seminal Losing Ground (1982). One of the first films to explore relationships and sexuality from the perspective of a black female director, this revelatory comedic drama follows a philosophy professor (Seret Scott) and her artist husband (Bill Gunn) on a life-changing summer in upstate New York. Julie Dash’s short dance film Four Women (1975) plays with Losing Ground. Saturday, August 11 highlights the work of Shirley Chisholm and Angela Davis through…

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