Film

Film at the Bronx Documentary Center-Tierralismo: Stories from a Cooperative Farm

Tierralismo: Stories from a Cooperative Farm   Wednesday, April 15, 7:30PM This documentary offers a close look at the history and practices of Cuba’s most successful and important urban farm, the agricultural cooperative, Organopónico Vivero Alamar. The cooperative provides an example of how organic agriculture can be practiced in a city and contribute to local development by facilitating access to healthy food at fair prices while creating jobs. Through its

Last Days in Vietnam Screening

Last Days in Vietnam  Saturday, April 11, 6:30PM Last Days in Vietnam, a new documentary from Rory Kennedy, examines the final days of American presence in Saigon and the heroic efforts to help evacuate 135,000 South Vietnamese. In April of 1975, the North Vietnamese Army was closing in on Saigon as South Vietnamese resistance was crumbling. Approximately 5,000 Americans remained with roughly 24 hours to get out. Their South Vietnamese

Valentines Day Celebrations at Bartow Pell Mansion

Movies at the Mansion Thursday, February 5, 7 p.m. The museum celebrates romance in February with the screening of a bittersweet movie in the double parlors. Set before World War II, Brief Encounter (1945) stars Trevor Howard and Celia Johnson as married Brits who fall in love after a chance encounter, but out of consideration for their families opt not to be together. Directed by David Lean and based on

Film Screenings at Bronx Museum of the Arts

1040 Lounge: Jamel Shabazz: Street Photographer Friday, January 16, 2015 from 6:30pm to 9:00pm Join us for a film screening of Jamel Shabaz:  Street Photographer, followed by a Q&A with director Charlie Ahearn.  In the infancy of hip-hop, Brooklyn-born photographer Jamel Shabazz documented the pioneers of music and style who would launch an enduring worldwide phenomenon. Charlie Ahearn, the director of the seminal graffiti movie Wild Style, pays tribute to

Paddington + Nicole Kidman #KidmanMoms

By Michelle Lucille I had the opportunity to go and see the “Paddington” Movie and I must say it was exceptional! I just loved how well they did on recreating such a classic children’s book. The characters were all well cast and the rolls were well performed. Nicole Kidman was a phenomenal villain! Peter Capaldi, well, he was definitely quite the character. I nearly squealed in excitement when he came

Annie with The Moms #AnnieMoms

In case you haven’t had a chance to check out Annie yet, be sure to go this weekend! Bronxmama writer Dalilah had a chance to see it before it hit theaters with The Moms and other bloggers. Check out her take: When I first heard rumors of an Annie remake a few years ago I had two thoughts…1) that will never happen 2) if it ain’t broke don’t fix it.

The Theory Of Everything

  By: Michelle Lucille I want to start by saying that The Theory of Everything was by far the best movie I have seen in over a decade. If you enjoy heartfelt true stories then you must see this film. Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones did Oscar worthy performances in this fascinating film based on the lives of Stephen Hawking and Jane Wilde. At the event hosted by TheMOMS we were

Paycheck to Paycheck Screening at Hostos Community College

Planned Parenthood of New York City (PPNYC), Hostos Community College and the Center for Bronx Nonprofits are excited to announce a free screening and panel discussion on Paycheck to Paycheck, an HBO documentary that illuminates the day-to-day challenges of millions of working low-income women in the United States. WHAT: Planned Parenthood of New York City, Hostos Community College and the Center for Bronx Nonprofits host screening and panel discussion on HBO

A Day with Fireman Sam

Last Saturday we attended a special sneak peek screening of the new movie, FIREMAN SAM ULTIMATE HEROES. HIT Entertianment sponsored the event at the NYC Fire Museum to celebrate the new film that’s available to download, stream or purchase as a DVD from Amazon.com starting November 4th. If your little one loves firefighters and adventure, then Fireman Sam and his Pontypandy brigade are sure to please. Fireman Sam has been

Sleeping Beauty awakes from the Disney Vault

By Michelle Lucille My family and I had the wonderful opportunity to attend  an event The Moms were holding for the Re-release of  The Disney Movie Sleeping Beauty. As many know Disney has something called “The Disney Vault” this term simply means that Walt Disney Studios puts a stop to all home video releases. Each Disney movie is available for purchase for a limited time before being placed in “the

BRONX FILM SCREENING: “ART IN HEAVEN,” A HAUNTING, POETIC TRIBUTE TO EUROPE’S ABANDONED SYNAGOGUES BY Z. S. ROSENFELD

FREE FILM EVENT IN PELHAM PARKWAY. Bronx World Film and Young Israel Pelham Parkway Jewish Center announce a joint screening of Art In Heaven, a short film by Riverdale resident Z. S. Rosenfeld with music by Elie Massias, this Sunday, September 7, 2014 at 3:00 pm, at the historic Bronx synagogue on Pelham Parkway South and Muliner Avenue. The director will be present for a question-and-answer session. Composer and multi-instrumentalist Elie

The Fatherhood Image Film Festival: Family Values Screening

Family Values Saturday, August 16, 6-9 PM The BDC welcomes back The Fatherhood Image Film Festival (FiFF) for a second year. The mission of FiFF is to impact, gauge, and assess the image of fathers in media. Family Values documents the struggles facing many African couples in America and the world as a whole. See the trailer here. Spread the word on Facebook Suggested donation: $14, $7 for Bronx Residents, 18 and under free. Digg

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