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May 2019

Film Africa

May 23
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Every day until May 27, 2019

A cinematic companion to BAM’s DanceAfrica Festival that showcases the best new narrative, documentary, and short films across Africa and the diaspora. This year, the series will specifically focus on films from and about Rwanda, marking the 25th anniversary of the Rwandan genocide. DanceAfrica Festival 2019—which includes dance, music, film, visual art, a bazaar, and workshops. The series begins with Sew the Winter to My Skin (2018), Jahmil X.T. Qubeka’s sensually rich epic based on the life and legend of John Kepe,…

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Film Africa

May 24
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Every day until May 27, 2019

A cinematic companion to BAM’s DanceAfrica Festival that showcases the best new narrative, documentary, and short films across Africa and the diaspora. This year, the series will specifically focus on films from and about Rwanda, marking the 25th anniversary of the Rwandan genocide. DanceAfrica Festival 2019—which includes dance, music, film, visual art, a bazaar, and workshops. The series begins with Sew the Winter to My Skin (2018), Jahmil X.T. Qubeka’s sensually rich epic based on the life and legend of John Kepe,…

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Film Africa

May 25
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Every day until May 27, 2019

A cinematic companion to BAM’s DanceAfrica Festival that showcases the best new narrative, documentary, and short films across Africa and the diaspora. This year, the series will specifically focus on films from and about Rwanda, marking the 25th anniversary of the Rwandan genocide. DanceAfrica Festival 2019—which includes dance, music, film, visual art, a bazaar, and workshops. The series begins with Sew the Winter to My Skin (2018), Jahmil X.T. Qubeka’s sensually rich epic based on the life and legend of John Kepe,…

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Film Africa

May 26
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Every day until May 27, 2019

A cinematic companion to BAM’s DanceAfrica Festival that showcases the best new narrative, documentary, and short films across Africa and the diaspora. This year, the series will specifically focus on films from and about Rwanda, marking the 25th anniversary of the Rwandan genocide. DanceAfrica Festival 2019—which includes dance, music, film, visual art, a bazaar, and workshops. The series begins with Sew the Winter to My Skin (2018), Jahmil X.T. Qubeka’s sensually rich epic based on the life and legend of John Kepe,…

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Film Africa

May 27
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Every day until May 27, 2019

A cinematic companion to BAM’s DanceAfrica Festival that showcases the best new narrative, documentary, and short films across Africa and the diaspora. This year, the series will specifically focus on films from and about Rwanda, marking the 25th anniversary of the Rwandan genocide. DanceAfrica Festival 2019—which includes dance, music, film, visual art, a bazaar, and workshops. The series begins with Sew the Winter to My Skin (2018), Jahmil X.T. Qubeka’s sensually rich epic based on the life and legend of John Kepe,…

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Diamantino

May 31
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Every day until June 11, 2019

Diamantino (Carlota Cotta, star of Miguel Gomes’ Tabu) is a Cristiano Ronaldo-style soccer superstar, until he loses his special touch and ends his career in disgrace. Searching for a new purpose following the death of his beloved father, the international icon adopts a young refugee boy (actually a grown woman under cover) and sets out on a delirious odyssey where he confronts neo-fascism, the refugee crisis, genetic modification, abuse at the hands of his evil twin sisters, and a deranged hunt…

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June 2019

Diamantino

June 1
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Every day until June 11, 2019

Diamantino (Carlota Cotta, star of Miguel Gomes’ Tabu) is a Cristiano Ronaldo-style soccer superstar, until he loses his special touch and ends his career in disgrace. Searching for a new purpose following the death of his beloved father, the international icon adopts a young refugee boy (actually a grown woman under cover) and sets out on a delirious odyssey where he confronts neo-fascism, the refugee crisis, genetic modification, abuse at the hands of his evil twin sisters, and a deranged hunt…

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Diamantino

June 2
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Every day until June 11, 2019

Diamantino (Carlota Cotta, star of Miguel Gomes’ Tabu) is a Cristiano Ronaldo-style soccer superstar, until he loses his special touch and ends his career in disgrace. Searching for a new purpose following the death of his beloved father, the international icon adopts a young refugee boy (actually a grown woman under cover) and sets out on a delirious odyssey where he confronts neo-fascism, the refugee crisis, genetic modification, abuse at the hands of his evil twin sisters, and a deranged hunt…

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Diamantino

June 3
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Every day until June 11, 2019

Diamantino (Carlota Cotta, star of Miguel Gomes’ Tabu) is a Cristiano Ronaldo-style soccer superstar, until he loses his special touch and ends his career in disgrace. Searching for a new purpose following the death of his beloved father, the international icon adopts a young refugee boy (actually a grown woman under cover) and sets out on a delirious odyssey where he confronts neo-fascism, the refugee crisis, genetic modification, abuse at the hands of his evil twin sisters, and a deranged hunt…

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Diamantino

June 4
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Every day until June 11, 2019

Diamantino (Carlota Cotta, star of Miguel Gomes’ Tabu) is a Cristiano Ronaldo-style soccer superstar, until he loses his special touch and ends his career in disgrace. Searching for a new purpose following the death of his beloved father, the international icon adopts a young refugee boy (actually a grown woman under cover) and sets out on a delirious odyssey where he confronts neo-fascism, the refugee crisis, genetic modification, abuse at the hands of his evil twin sisters, and a deranged hunt…

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Diamantino

June 5
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Every day until June 11, 2019

Diamantino (Carlota Cotta, star of Miguel Gomes’ Tabu) is a Cristiano Ronaldo-style soccer superstar, until he loses his special touch and ends his career in disgrace. Searching for a new purpose following the death of his beloved father, the international icon adopts a young refugee boy (actually a grown woman under cover) and sets out on a delirious odyssey where he confronts neo-fascism, the refugee crisis, genetic modification, abuse at the hands of his evil twin sisters, and a deranged hunt…

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Diamantino

June 6
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Every day until June 11, 2019

Diamantino (Carlota Cotta, star of Miguel Gomes’ Tabu) is a Cristiano Ronaldo-style soccer superstar, until he loses his special touch and ends his career in disgrace. Searching for a new purpose following the death of his beloved father, the international icon adopts a young refugee boy (actually a grown woman under cover) and sets out on a delirious odyssey where he confronts neo-fascism, the refugee crisis, genetic modification, abuse at the hands of his evil twin sisters, and a deranged hunt…

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Diamantino

June 7
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Every day until June 11, 2019

Diamantino (Carlota Cotta, star of Miguel Gomes’ Tabu) is a Cristiano Ronaldo-style soccer superstar, until he loses his special touch and ends his career in disgrace. Searching for a new purpose following the death of his beloved father, the international icon adopts a young refugee boy (actually a grown woman under cover) and sets out on a delirious odyssey where he confronts neo-fascism, the refugee crisis, genetic modification, abuse at the hands of his evil twin sisters, and a deranged hunt…

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Diamantino

June 8
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Every day until June 11, 2019

Diamantino (Carlota Cotta, star of Miguel Gomes’ Tabu) is a Cristiano Ronaldo-style soccer superstar, until he loses his special touch and ends his career in disgrace. Searching for a new purpose following the death of his beloved father, the international icon adopts a young refugee boy (actually a grown woman under cover) and sets out on a delirious odyssey where he confronts neo-fascism, the refugee crisis, genetic modification, abuse at the hands of his evil twin sisters, and a deranged hunt…

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Diamantino

June 9
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Every day until June 11, 2019

Diamantino (Carlota Cotta, star of Miguel Gomes’ Tabu) is a Cristiano Ronaldo-style soccer superstar, until he loses his special touch and ends his career in disgrace. Searching for a new purpose following the death of his beloved father, the international icon adopts a young refugee boy (actually a grown woman under cover) and sets out on a delirious odyssey where he confronts neo-fascism, the refugee crisis, genetic modification, abuse at the hands of his evil twin sisters, and a deranged hunt…

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Diamantino

June 10
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Every day until June 11, 2019

Diamantino (Carlota Cotta, star of Miguel Gomes’ Tabu) is a Cristiano Ronaldo-style soccer superstar, until he loses his special touch and ends his career in disgrace. Searching for a new purpose following the death of his beloved father, the international icon adopts a young refugee boy (actually a grown woman under cover) and sets out on a delirious odyssey where he confronts neo-fascism, the refugee crisis, genetic modification, abuse at the hands of his evil twin sisters, and a deranged hunt…

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Diamantino

June 11
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Every day until June 11, 2019

Diamantino (Carlota Cotta, star of Miguel Gomes’ Tabu) is a Cristiano Ronaldo-style soccer superstar, until he loses his special touch and ends his career in disgrace. Searching for a new purpose following the death of his beloved father, the international icon adopts a young refugee boy (actually a grown woman under cover) and sets out on a delirious odyssey where he confronts neo-fascism, the refugee crisis, genetic modification, abuse at the hands of his evil twin sisters, and a deranged hunt…

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11th annual BAMcinemaFest

June 12
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times vary

The BAMcinemaFest main slate includes 22 feature films, with three world premieres:De Lo Mio, Jong Ougie Pak’s gently poetic Sunrise Sunset (screening with Andrew Hevia’s Leave the Bus Through the Broken Window), and Lana Lin’s The Cancer Journals Revisited, inspired by Audre Lorde’s classic memoir, featuring 27 writers, artists, activists, healthcare advocates, and current and former patients reciting Lorde’s manifesto. Other films included in the festival include the US premiere of So Pretty, an intimate study of modern queer love; Rick Alverson’s mesmeric psychodrama The Mountain,…

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11th annual BAMcinemaFest

June 13
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times vary

The BAMcinemaFest main slate includes 22 feature films, with three world premieres:De Lo Mio, Jong Ougie Pak’s gently poetic Sunrise Sunset (screening with Andrew Hevia’s Leave the Bus Through the Broken Window), and Lana Lin’s The Cancer Journals Revisited, inspired by Audre Lorde’s classic memoir, featuring 27 writers, artists, activists, healthcare advocates, and current and former patients reciting Lorde’s manifesto. Other films included in the festival include the US premiere of So Pretty, an intimate study of modern queer love; Rick Alverson’s mesmeric psychodrama The Mountain,…

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11th annual BAMcinemaFest

June 14
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times vary

The BAMcinemaFest main slate includes 22 feature films, with three world premieres:De Lo Mio, Jong Ougie Pak’s gently poetic Sunrise Sunset (screening with Andrew Hevia’s Leave the Bus Through the Broken Window), and Lana Lin’s The Cancer Journals Revisited, inspired by Audre Lorde’s classic memoir, featuring 27 writers, artists, activists, healthcare advocates, and current and former patients reciting Lorde’s manifesto. Other films included in the festival include the US premiere of So Pretty, an intimate study of modern queer love; Rick Alverson’s mesmeric psychodrama The Mountain,…

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11th annual BAMcinemaFest

June 15
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times vary

The BAMcinemaFest main slate includes 22 feature films, with three world premieres:De Lo Mio, Jong Ougie Pak’s gently poetic Sunrise Sunset (screening with Andrew Hevia’s Leave the Bus Through the Broken Window), and Lana Lin’s The Cancer Journals Revisited, inspired by Audre Lorde’s classic memoir, featuring 27 writers, artists, activists, healthcare advocates, and current and former patients reciting Lorde’s manifesto. Other films included in the festival include the US premiere of So Pretty, an intimate study of modern queer love; Rick Alverson’s mesmeric psychodrama The Mountain,…

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11th annual BAMcinemaFest

June 16
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times vary

The BAMcinemaFest main slate includes 22 feature films, with three world premieres:De Lo Mio, Jong Ougie Pak’s gently poetic Sunrise Sunset (screening with Andrew Hevia’s Leave the Bus Through the Broken Window), and Lana Lin’s The Cancer Journals Revisited, inspired by Audre Lorde’s classic memoir, featuring 27 writers, artists, activists, healthcare advocates, and current and former patients reciting Lorde’s manifesto. Other films included in the festival include the US premiere of So Pretty, an intimate study of modern queer love; Rick Alverson’s mesmeric psychodrama The Mountain,…

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11th annual BAMcinemaFest

June 17
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times vary

The BAMcinemaFest main slate includes 22 feature films, with three world premieres:De Lo Mio, Jong Ougie Pak’s gently poetic Sunrise Sunset (screening with Andrew Hevia’s Leave the Bus Through the Broken Window), and Lana Lin’s The Cancer Journals Revisited, inspired by Audre Lorde’s classic memoir, featuring 27 writers, artists, activists, healthcare advocates, and current and former patients reciting Lorde’s manifesto. Other films included in the festival include the US premiere of So Pretty, an intimate study of modern queer love; Rick Alverson’s mesmeric psychodrama The Mountain,…

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11th annual BAMcinemaFest

June 18
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times vary

The BAMcinemaFest main slate includes 22 feature films, with three world premieres:De Lo Mio, Jong Ougie Pak’s gently poetic Sunrise Sunset (screening with Andrew Hevia’s Leave the Bus Through the Broken Window), and Lana Lin’s The Cancer Journals Revisited, inspired by Audre Lorde’s classic memoir, featuring 27 writers, artists, activists, healthcare advocates, and current and former patients reciting Lorde’s manifesto. Other films included in the festival include the US premiere of So Pretty, an intimate study of modern queer love; Rick Alverson’s mesmeric psychodrama The Mountain,…

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11th annual BAMcinemaFest

June 19
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times vary

The BAMcinemaFest main slate includes 22 feature films, with three world premieres:De Lo Mio, Jong Ougie Pak’s gently poetic Sunrise Sunset (screening with Andrew Hevia’s Leave the Bus Through the Broken Window), and Lana Lin’s The Cancer Journals Revisited, inspired by Audre Lorde’s classic memoir, featuring 27 writers, artists, activists, healthcare advocates, and current and former patients reciting Lorde’s manifesto. Other films included in the festival include the US premiere of So Pretty, an intimate study of modern queer love; Rick Alverson’s mesmeric psychodrama The Mountain,…

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11th annual BAMcinemaFest

June 20
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times vary

The BAMcinemaFest main slate includes 22 feature films, with three world premieres:De Lo Mio, Jong Ougie Pak’s gently poetic Sunrise Sunset (screening with Andrew Hevia’s Leave the Bus Through the Broken Window), and Lana Lin’s The Cancer Journals Revisited, inspired by Audre Lorde’s classic memoir, featuring 27 writers, artists, activists, healthcare advocates, and current and former patients reciting Lorde’s manifesto. Other films included in the festival include the US premiere of So Pretty, an intimate study of modern queer love; Rick Alverson’s mesmeric psychodrama The Mountain,…

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11th annual BAMcinemaFest

June 21
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times vary

The BAMcinemaFest main slate includes 22 feature films, with three world premieres:De Lo Mio, Jong Ougie Pak’s gently poetic Sunrise Sunset (screening with Andrew Hevia’s Leave the Bus Through the Broken Window), and Lana Lin’s The Cancer Journals Revisited, inspired by Audre Lorde’s classic memoir, featuring 27 writers, artists, activists, healthcare advocates, and current and former patients reciting Lorde’s manifesto. Other films included in the festival include the US premiere of So Pretty, an intimate study of modern queer love; Rick Alverson’s mesmeric psychodrama The Mountain,…

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BAM Senior Cinema 2019

June 21 @ 10:00 am
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Every month on the third Friday until June 21, 2019

A full season of monthly films for moviegoers 65 years and older continues at BAM this January with an eclectic mix of films including Dolores (2017), a documentary about the remarkable Chicana activist Dolores Huerta, Bright Roads (1953) starring Dorothy Dandridge and Harry Belafonte, the Elizabeth Taylor classic Butterfield 8 (1960), the joyous Rogers and Hammerstein musical State Fair (1945), the South African drama Sarafina! (1992), starring Leleti Khumalo, Miriam Makeba, and Whoopi Goldberg, and the Argentinian Oscar-winner The Official Story (1985). Full Senior Cinema lineup: Jan 18: Dolores (2017) 95min Feb 15: Bright Roads (1953) 68min Mar…

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11th annual BAMcinemaFest

June 22
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times vary

The BAMcinemaFest main slate includes 22 feature films, with three world premieres:De Lo Mio, Jong Ougie Pak’s gently poetic Sunrise Sunset (screening with Andrew Hevia’s Leave the Bus Through the Broken Window), and Lana Lin’s The Cancer Journals Revisited, inspired by Audre Lorde’s classic memoir, featuring 27 writers, artists, activists, healthcare advocates, and current and former patients reciting Lorde’s manifesto. Other films included in the festival include the US premiere of So Pretty, an intimate study of modern queer love; Rick Alverson’s mesmeric psychodrama The Mountain,…

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11th annual BAMcinemaFest

June 23
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times vary

The BAMcinemaFest main slate includes 22 feature films, with three world premieres:De Lo Mio, Jong Ougie Pak’s gently poetic Sunrise Sunset (screening with Andrew Hevia’s Leave the Bus Through the Broken Window), and Lana Lin’s The Cancer Journals Revisited, inspired by Audre Lorde’s classic memoir, featuring 27 writers, artists, activists, healthcare advocates, and current and former patients reciting Lorde’s manifesto. Other films included in the festival include the US premiere of So Pretty, an intimate study of modern queer love; Rick Alverson’s mesmeric psychodrama The Mountain,…

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Touki Bouki and Breathless in Beyond the Canon

June 29 @ 4:30 pm

Beyond the Canon challenges a conception of film history that skews toward lionizing the white male auteur by pairing one canonized classic with a thematically or stylistically-related work by a filmmaker traditionally excluded from that narrative. June’s program will showcase Touki Bouki, Djibril Diop Mambéty’s Senegalese masterpiece about alienated young people in Dakar who dream of going to Paris, screening alongside Godard’s iconic New Wave classic Breathless.

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