Film

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

Outdoor Screening: Felix

Grab a blanket and join us for a free, outdoor screening of the film Felix. Produced in collaboration with the African Film Festival. Special performance by The Buyu Ambroise’s Quintet. Music by DJ Asho. Called a South African equivalent of Billy Elliott, the award-winning film Felix tells the story of 14-year-old Felix Xaba, who dreams of becoming a saxophonist like his late father, but his mother thinks jazz is the devil’s music. Location: Joyce Kilmer Park,

Movies at the Mansion: Les Vacances de M. Hulot (M. Hulot's Holiday), 1953

Thursday, July 10 7:00 p.m. The incomparable Jacques Tati starred in and directed this zany classic about a bumbling pipe-smoking Frenchman on a 1950s beach vacation. Join Bartow Pell Mansion Museum for a fun summertime flick in the double parlors. Free popcorn! Cost $10 adults, $8 seniors, students and members Registration requested 718.885.1461or info@bpmm.org   Digg this post Recommend on Facebook share via Reddit Tumblr it Tweet about it Print for later

Register: The Business of Film & Video One-day Intensive Workshop

Registration is now open: One-day intensive workshop on the business of financing and producing your film with Nick Quested Saturday, August 16, 10AM-4PM On August 16, Nick Quested, noted director, producer and Executive Director of Goldcrest, will lead a day-long workshop at Goldcrest on the business of financing and producing your film. Nick, who has produced many award-winning movies (Restrepo, Vanishing on 7th Street and (The Art of Getting By) and directed over 100 videos (Nas,

The Amazing Spider-Man Sneak Peak

By: Dalilah Smith-Santos Last Thursday night Dahlia and I  took advantage of our spring break and went to the NYC premiere of The Amazing Spider-man 2 at the Ziegfeld Theater courtesy of The Moms. The energy of this event was…well AMAZING 😉 We hustled from the train station and made it just in time to get our passes and pile onto the bleachers with tons of other mom bloggers and

Recap and Review: Disney's Frozen and the Samsung Galaxy Note/Kids Tablet

This week Briana and I attended another great screening hosted by The Moms, this time for Disney’s Frozen. In addition to having the chance to see the movie before it hits theaters, we also got the chance to both meet Idinia Menzel(the voice of Queen Elsa in Frozen) and check out the new Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition and the Galaxy Tab 3 Kids Tablet. Before the movie began,

Bronx River Movie Night: Brave

August 06, 2013 (8pm) Bronx River Movie Nights Starlight Park Free, no registration required. Bring your blanket for an outdoor screening of Disney’s BRAVE. Rain date August 8. Directions Starlight Park 174th St btwn. W Farms Rd & Bronx River Av Subway: 2 or 5 train to West Farms, 6 train to Whitlock Av Bus: Bx36 to 174th St. Enter at 174th St, slightly east of the Sheridan Expressway. Digg this post

August at the Bronx Documentary Center

BRONX DOCUMENTARY CENTER Presents: August Events Diary of a Bad Year: A War Correspondent’s Dilemma Friday, August 2, 2013 | 8:15pm NPR’s Kelly McEvers’ unprecedented and intimate portrait of the sacrifices reporters and their families make to tell untold stories — and the sometimes dangerous allure of the job. Tickets can be purchased at the door or ADVANCE TICKETS NOW AVAILABLE. Suggested donation: $7 Adults, $5 Students, Children 17 and Under Free

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