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October 2018

Unbound: Deana Lawson in conversation with Torkwase Dyson

October 23 @ 7:30 pm

Launch of Deana Lawson: An Aperture Monograph

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Ghosts and Monsters: Postwar Japanese Horror

October 26
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Every day until November 1, 2018

a series of 10 films showcasing two strands of Japanese horror films that developed after World War II: kaiju monster movies and beautifully stylized ghost stories from Japanese folklore.   The series includes three classic kaiju films by director Ishirô Honda, beginning with the granddaddy of all nuclear warfare anxiety films, the original Godzilla (1954—Oct 26). The kaiju creature features continue with Mothra (1961—Oct 27), a psychedelic tale of a gigantic prehistoric and long dormant moth larvae that is inadvertently…

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Ghosts and Monsters: Postwar Japanese Horror

October 27
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Every day until November 1, 2018

a series of 10 films showcasing two strands of Japanese horror films that developed after World War II: kaiju monster movies and beautifully stylized ghost stories from Japanese folklore.   The series includes three classic kaiju films by director Ishirô Honda, beginning with the granddaddy of all nuclear warfare anxiety films, the original Godzilla (1954—Oct 26). The kaiju creature features continue with Mothra (1961—Oct 27), a psychedelic tale of a gigantic prehistoric and long dormant moth larvae that is inadvertently…

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Ghosts and Monsters: Postwar Japanese Horror

October 28
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Every day until November 1, 2018

a series of 10 films showcasing two strands of Japanese horror films that developed after World War II: kaiju monster movies and beautifully stylized ghost stories from Japanese folklore.   The series includes three classic kaiju films by director Ishirô Honda, beginning with the granddaddy of all nuclear warfare anxiety films, the original Godzilla (1954—Oct 26). The kaiju creature features continue with Mothra (1961—Oct 27), a psychedelic tale of a gigantic prehistoric and long dormant moth larvae that is inadvertently…

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Ghosts and Monsters: Postwar Japanese Horror

October 29
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Every day until November 1, 2018

a series of 10 films showcasing two strands of Japanese horror films that developed after World War II: kaiju monster movies and beautifully stylized ghost stories from Japanese folklore.   The series includes three classic kaiju films by director Ishirô Honda, beginning with the granddaddy of all nuclear warfare anxiety films, the original Godzilla (1954—Oct 26). The kaiju creature features continue with Mothra (1961—Oct 27), a psychedelic tale of a gigantic prehistoric and long dormant moth larvae that is inadvertently…

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Ghosts and Monsters: Postwar Japanese Horror

October 30
|Recurring Event (See all)
Every day until November 1, 2018

a series of 10 films showcasing two strands of Japanese horror films that developed after World War II: kaiju monster movies and beautifully stylized ghost stories from Japanese folklore.   The series includes three classic kaiju films by director Ishirô Honda, beginning with the granddaddy of all nuclear warfare anxiety films, the original Godzilla (1954—Oct 26). The kaiju creature features continue with Mothra (1961—Oct 27), a psychedelic tale of a gigantic prehistoric and long dormant moth larvae that is inadvertently…

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Ghosts and Monsters: Postwar Japanese Horror

October 31
|Recurring Event (See all)
Every day until November 1, 2018

a series of 10 films showcasing two strands of Japanese horror films that developed after World War II: kaiju monster movies and beautifully stylized ghost stories from Japanese folklore.   The series includes three classic kaiju films by director Ishirô Honda, beginning with the granddaddy of all nuclear warfare anxiety films, the original Godzilla (1954—Oct 26). The kaiju creature features continue with Mothra (1961—Oct 27), a psychedelic tale of a gigantic prehistoric and long dormant moth larvae that is inadvertently…

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November 2018

Ghosts and Monsters: Postwar Japanese Horror

November 1
|Recurring Event (See all)
Every day until November 1, 2018

a series of 10 films showcasing two strands of Japanese horror films that developed after World War II: kaiju monster movies and beautifully stylized ghost stories from Japanese folklore.   The series includes three classic kaiju films by director Ishirô Honda, beginning with the granddaddy of all nuclear warfare anxiety films, the original Godzilla (1954—Oct 26). The kaiju creature features continue with Mothra (1961—Oct 27), a psychedelic tale of a gigantic prehistoric and long dormant moth larvae that is inadvertently…

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Women at Work: The Domestic Is Not Free

November 2
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Every day until November 10, 2018

The third edition of the ongoing Women at Work series—following Women at Work: Labor Activism in March and Women at Work: Radical Creativity in August—focuses on women’s domestic labor as house-workers, caretakers, and familial partners, which has been historically erased and undervalued. This wide-ranging program spotlights the often-invisible work women take on at home and when the workplace is the home. The series considers the myriad ways in which women across the world have challenged and subverted traditional associations between…

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Women at Work: The Domestic Is Not Free

November 3
|Recurring Event (See all)
Every day until November 10, 2018

The third edition of the ongoing Women at Work series—following Women at Work: Labor Activism in March and Women at Work: Radical Creativity in August—focuses on women’s domestic labor as house-workers, caretakers, and familial partners, which has been historically erased and undervalued. This wide-ranging program spotlights the often-invisible work women take on at home and when the workplace is the home. The series considers the myriad ways in which women across the world have challenged and subverted traditional associations between…

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Women at Work: The Domestic Is Not Free

November 4
|Recurring Event (See all)
Every day until November 10, 2018

The third edition of the ongoing Women at Work series—following Women at Work: Labor Activism in March and Women at Work: Radical Creativity in August—focuses on women’s domestic labor as house-workers, caretakers, and familial partners, which has been historically erased and undervalued. This wide-ranging program spotlights the often-invisible work women take on at home and when the workplace is the home. The series considers the myriad ways in which women across the world have challenged and subverted traditional associations between…

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Women at Work: The Domestic Is Not Free

November 5
|Recurring Event (See all)
Every day until November 10, 2018

The third edition of the ongoing Women at Work series—following Women at Work: Labor Activism in March and Women at Work: Radical Creativity in August—focuses on women’s domestic labor as house-workers, caretakers, and familial partners, which has been historically erased and undervalued. This wide-ranging program spotlights the often-invisible work women take on at home and when the workplace is the home. The series considers the myriad ways in which women across the world have challenged and subverted traditional associations between…

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Women at Work: The Domestic Is Not Free

November 6
|Recurring Event (See all)
Every day until November 10, 2018

The third edition of the ongoing Women at Work series—following Women at Work: Labor Activism in March and Women at Work: Radical Creativity in August—focuses on women’s domestic labor as house-workers, caretakers, and familial partners, which has been historically erased and undervalued. This wide-ranging program spotlights the often-invisible work women take on at home and when the workplace is the home. The series considers the myriad ways in which women across the world have challenged and subverted traditional associations between…

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Women at Work: The Domestic Is Not Free

November 7
|Recurring Event (See all)
Every day until November 10, 2018

The third edition of the ongoing Women at Work series—following Women at Work: Labor Activism in March and Women at Work: Radical Creativity in August—focuses on women’s domestic labor as house-workers, caretakers, and familial partners, which has been historically erased and undervalued. This wide-ranging program spotlights the often-invisible work women take on at home and when the workplace is the home. The series considers the myriad ways in which women across the world have challenged and subverted traditional associations between…

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Women at Work: The Domestic Is Not Free

November 8
|Recurring Event (See all)
Every day until November 10, 2018

The third edition of the ongoing Women at Work series—following Women at Work: Labor Activism in March and Women at Work: Radical Creativity in August—focuses on women’s domestic labor as house-workers, caretakers, and familial partners, which has been historically erased and undervalued. This wide-ranging program spotlights the often-invisible work women take on at home and when the workplace is the home. The series considers the myriad ways in which women across the world have challenged and subverted traditional associations between…

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Women at Work: The Domestic Is Not Free

November 9
|Recurring Event (See all)
Every day until November 10, 2018

The third edition of the ongoing Women at Work series—following Women at Work: Labor Activism in March and Women at Work: Radical Creativity in August—focuses on women’s domestic labor as house-workers, caretakers, and familial partners, which has been historically erased and undervalued. This wide-ranging program spotlights the often-invisible work women take on at home and when the workplace is the home. The series considers the myriad ways in which women across the world have challenged and subverted traditional associations between…

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Women at Work: The Domestic Is Not Free

November 10
|Recurring Event (See all)
Every day until November 10, 2018

The third edition of the ongoing Women at Work series—following Women at Work: Labor Activism in March and Women at Work: Radical Creativity in August—focuses on women’s domestic labor as house-workers, caretakers, and familial partners, which has been historically erased and undervalued. This wide-ranging program spotlights the often-invisible work women take on at home and when the workplace is the home. The series considers the myriad ways in which women across the world have challenged and subverted traditional associations between…

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GENERAL ADMISSION: $10 MEMBERS: $7.50 (free for Level 4 and above) CHILDREN 12 AND UNDER: $7

The Muppets Take Manhattan (1984)

November 11 @ 2:00 pm

The Muppets Take Manhattan (1984) 94min In this delightful musical, the Muppets hope to make their Broadway dreams come true. (Ages 5+)

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GENERAL ADMISSION: $16 MEMBERS: $11

Random Acts Expanded: Terence Nance and Friends

November 12 @ 7:30 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Every day until November 15, 2018

One of America’s most intriguing, and unique filmmakers, Terence Nance made a recent breakthrough with his one-of-a-kind HBO sketch show Random Acts of Flyness, an ambitious, groundbreaking, and critically-adored look at the contemporary black experience. This retrospective offers a chance to tumble further down the rabbit hole of Nance’s singular imagination, and view works by his equally innovative Random Acts of Flyness collaborators. The series includes a special screening of three episodes of Random Acts of Flyness, including never-before-seen alternate…

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GENERAL ADMISSION: $16 MEMBERS: $11

Random Acts Expanded: Terence Nance and Friends

November 13 @ 7:30 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Every day until November 15, 2018

One of America’s most intriguing, and unique filmmakers, Terence Nance made a recent breakthrough with his one-of-a-kind HBO sketch show Random Acts of Flyness, an ambitious, groundbreaking, and critically-adored look at the contemporary black experience. This retrospective offers a chance to tumble further down the rabbit hole of Nance’s singular imagination, and view works by his equally innovative Random Acts of Flyness collaborators. The series includes a special screening of three episodes of Random Acts of Flyness, including never-before-seen alternate…

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GENERAL ADMISSION: $16 MEMBERS: $11

Random Acts Expanded: Terence Nance and Friends

November 14 @ 7:30 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Every day until November 15, 2018

One of America’s most intriguing, and unique filmmakers, Terence Nance made a recent breakthrough with his one-of-a-kind HBO sketch show Random Acts of Flyness, an ambitious, groundbreaking, and critically-adored look at the contemporary black experience. This retrospective offers a chance to tumble further down the rabbit hole of Nance’s singular imagination, and view works by his equally innovative Random Acts of Flyness collaborators. The series includes a special screening of three episodes of Random Acts of Flyness, including never-before-seen alternate…

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GENERAL ADMISSION: $16 MEMBERS: $11

Random Acts Expanded: Terence Nance and Friends

November 15 @ 7:30 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Every day until November 15, 2018

One of America’s most intriguing, and unique filmmakers, Terence Nance made a recent breakthrough with his one-of-a-kind HBO sketch show Random Acts of Flyness, an ambitious, groundbreaking, and critically-adored look at the contemporary black experience. This retrospective offers a chance to tumble further down the rabbit hole of Nance’s singular imagination, and view works by his equally innovative Random Acts of Flyness collaborators. The series includes a special screening of three episodes of Random Acts of Flyness, including never-before-seen alternate…

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Wanda (1970) + Barbara Loden Shorts

November 23 @ 7:30 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Every day until November 25, 2018

The sole feature from writer-director-actress Barbara Loden is a bolt-from-the-blue milestone of American independent cinema, a bracingly raw, unvarnished portrait of a woman caught between freedom and the crushing weight of societal constraints. In a fearlessly personal performance, Loden plays Wanda Goronski, a working-class wife and mother who, after leaving her family, finds herself adrift in a dead-end world of desperate choices and callous men. Wanda screens with Loden’s short films The Frontier Experience (1975) and The Boy Who Liked…

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Wanda (1970) + Barbara Loden Shorts

November 24 @ 7:30 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Every day until November 25, 2018

The sole feature from writer-director-actress Barbara Loden is a bolt-from-the-blue milestone of American independent cinema, a bracingly raw, unvarnished portrait of a woman caught between freedom and the crushing weight of societal constraints. In a fearlessly personal performance, Loden plays Wanda Goronski, a working-class wife and mother who, after leaving her family, finds herself adrift in a dead-end world of desperate choices and callous men. Wanda screens with Loden’s short films The Frontier Experience (1975) and The Boy Who Liked…

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GENERAL ADMISSION: $10 MEMBERS: $7.50 (free for Level 4 and above) CHILDREN 12 AND UNDER: $7

Mary and the Witch’s Flower

November 25 @ 2:00 pm

Directed by Hiromasa Yonebayashi | 2017 Mary is a young girl stuck in the country with no adventures or friends in sight. After following a mysterious cat into a nearby forest, she discovers an old broomstick and the strange Fly-by-Night flower (a rare plant that only blossoms once every seven years in that very forest). Together, the flower and broomstick whisk Mary above the clouds and far away to a school of magic. From Academy Award -nominated animator Hiromasa Yonebayashi…

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Wanda (1970) + Barbara Loden Shorts

November 25 @ 7:30 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Every day until November 25, 2018

The sole feature from writer-director-actress Barbara Loden is a bolt-from-the-blue milestone of American independent cinema, a bracingly raw, unvarnished portrait of a woman caught between freedom and the crushing weight of societal constraints. In a fearlessly personal performance, Loden plays Wanda Goronski, a working-class wife and mother who, after leaving her family, finds herself adrift in a dead-end world of desperate choices and callous men. Wanda screens with Loden’s short films The Frontier Experience (1975) and The Boy Who Liked…

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Making Waves: Romanian Cinema

November 26 @ 7:30 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Every day until December 2, 2018

The Romanian cinema renaissance continues as seen in the thirteenth edition of this annual showcase, screening at BAM for the second time. This year’s program celebrates a new wave of films by women directors, including a Golden Bear-winning exploration of intimacy and desire; a groundbreaking gay love story; and documentaries that confront Romania’s turbulent 20th century. In addition, the festival highlights the darkly satirical work of internationally acclaimed auteur Radu Jude, whose career-long concerns with Jewish identity and the darkest…

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Making Waves: Romanian Cinema

November 27 @ 7:30 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Every day until December 2, 2018

The Romanian cinema renaissance continues as seen in the thirteenth edition of this annual showcase, screening at BAM for the second time. This year’s program celebrates a new wave of films by women directors, including a Golden Bear-winning exploration of intimacy and desire; a groundbreaking gay love story; and documentaries that confront Romania’s turbulent 20th century. In addition, the festival highlights the darkly satirical work of internationally acclaimed auteur Radu Jude, whose career-long concerns with Jewish identity and the darkest…

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Making Waves: Romanian Cinema

November 28 @ 7:30 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Every day until December 2, 2018

The Romanian cinema renaissance continues as seen in the thirteenth edition of this annual showcase, screening at BAM for the second time. This year’s program celebrates a new wave of films by women directors, including a Golden Bear-winning exploration of intimacy and desire; a groundbreaking gay love story; and documentaries that confront Romania’s turbulent 20th century. In addition, the festival highlights the darkly satirical work of internationally acclaimed auteur Radu Jude, whose career-long concerns with Jewish identity and the darkest…

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Making Waves: Romanian Cinema

November 29 @ 7:30 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Every day until December 2, 2018

The Romanian cinema renaissance continues as seen in the thirteenth edition of this annual showcase, screening at BAM for the second time. This year’s program celebrates a new wave of films by women directors, including a Golden Bear-winning exploration of intimacy and desire; a groundbreaking gay love story; and documentaries that confront Romania’s turbulent 20th century. In addition, the festival highlights the darkly satirical work of internationally acclaimed auteur Radu Jude, whose career-long concerns with Jewish identity and the darkest…

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Making Waves: Romanian Cinema

November 30 @ 7:30 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Every day until December 2, 2018

The Romanian cinema renaissance continues as seen in the thirteenth edition of this annual showcase, screening at BAM for the second time. This year’s program celebrates a new wave of films by women directors, including a Golden Bear-winning exploration of intimacy and desire; a groundbreaking gay love story; and documentaries that confront Romania’s turbulent 20th century. In addition, the festival highlights the darkly satirical work of internationally acclaimed auteur Radu Jude, whose career-long concerns with Jewish identity and the darkest…

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December 2018

Making Waves: Romanian Cinema

December 1 @ 7:30 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Every day until December 2, 2018

The Romanian cinema renaissance continues as seen in the thirteenth edition of this annual showcase, screening at BAM for the second time. This year’s program celebrates a new wave of films by women directors, including a Golden Bear-winning exploration of intimacy and desire; a groundbreaking gay love story; and documentaries that confront Romania’s turbulent 20th century. In addition, the festival highlights the darkly satirical work of internationally acclaimed auteur Radu Jude, whose career-long concerns with Jewish identity and the darkest…

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GENERAL ADMISSION: $10 MEMBERS: $7.50 (free for Level 4 and above) CHILDREN 12 AND UNDER: $7

Martha & Niki

December 2 @ 2:00 pm

Directed by Tora Mkandawire Mårtens | 2016 In 2010, Martha Nabwire and Niki Tsappos became the first-ever female champions of the Juste Debout in Paris, the largest hip-hop street-dance competition in the world. This documentary chronicles their incredible story of personal determination, friendship, and fierce artistry.

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Making Waves: Romanian Cinema

December 2 @ 7:30 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Every day until December 2, 2018

The Romanian cinema renaissance continues as seen in the thirteenth edition of this annual showcase, screening at BAM for the second time. This year’s program celebrates a new wave of films by women directors, including a Golden Bear-winning exploration of intimacy and desire; a groundbreaking gay love story; and documentaries that confront Romania’s turbulent 20th century. In addition, the festival highlights the darkly satirical work of internationally acclaimed auteur Radu Jude, whose career-long concerns with Jewish identity and the darkest…

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An Evening with Milford Graves: Milford Graves Full Mantis + Q&A

December 5 @ 7:00 pm

The first feature-length documentary about the celebrated percussionist and founding pioneer of avant-garde jazz, Milford Graves Full Mantis (2018) blends philosophical interviews with the artist, jaw-dropping archival footage, and kung fu interludes into a spellbinding portrait of an inspiring, one-of-a-kind Renaissance man. This event includes a screening of the film—a Brooklyn premiere—followed by a Q&A with director Meginsky and Milford Graves himself.

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