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  • Tigre Gente starts 12/3

    Tigre Gente starts 12/3

    The Madidi National Park is home to rich and treasured land. In particular, the director of the park, is resolute in tracking down the illicit jaguar trade that has been pervasive in Bolivia, and disrupting the eradication of the species.
  • Don't miss OFF THE RAILS (12/10)

    Don't miss OFF THE RAILS (12/10)

    Three fifty-something women set out to repeat the European inter-railing adventures of their youth, after their close friend passes away leaving them rail tickets, and a final request: to take her teenage daughter with them.
  • Beijing Spring starts December 10

    Beijing Spring starts December 10

    The documentary film of the brief window of artistic freedom and democracy movement 1978 - 1982 following China's brutal cultural revolution.
  • The Last Son starts December 10

    The Last Son starts December 10

    An outlaw attempts to end his evil family line.
  • WHITE ON WHITE (12/10)

    WHITE ON WHITE (12/10)

    'White on White' is director Viera Cákanyová's video diary that she kept while staying at the Polish Antarctic station, where in 2017 she shot the film 'FREM' (2019), whose main character was an artificial neural network. During her stay, the author chats with various artificial intelligences, leading conversations that touch on the nature of film, art, and the meaning of life while also revealing a way of thinking that's free from humanity and from an emotionality that forces deep introspection. Footage from her routine, everyday life at the station contrasts with lyrical images of the immaculate Antarctic nature, which the author complements with her own commentary and thoughts provoked by the loneliness of the ice-covered landscape.
  • The Workers Unite Film Festival 10th Anniversary Season at Cinema Village NYC

    The Workers Unite Film Festival 10th Anniversary Season at Cinema Village NYC

    The Workers Unite Film Festival, now in its 10th season, is a celebration of Global Labor Solidarity. The Festival aims to showcase student and professional films from the United States and around the world which publicize and highlight the struggles, successes and daily lives of all workers in their efforts to unite and organize for better living conditions and social justice. WUFF brings together activists, academics, and filmmakers of all ages and backgrounds for a celebration of social justice and the arts. Through dozens of documentary screenings, community forums, and interactive events across New York City, the festival provides working people with a platform to tell their stories while leading a movement for meaningful change. In recent years, we've incorporated theater production, live music, and poetry/spoken word nights. We are the largest worker solidarity themed film festival in the nation and the only one in NYC, with the full support of NYC Council Speaker Corey Johnson, Comptroller Scott Stringer, NYC Central Labor Council, National & New York State AFL-CIO, IBEW Local 3, PEF, 1199SEIU, The Puffin Foundation, The NY Labor History Association, UA Local 1 Plumbers, UFT, NYSNA, NY District Council of Carpenters, RWDSU, Workers United NY & NJ, and many more.
  • Abel Ferrara’s Zeros And Ones starring Ethan Hawke. 11/19

    Abel Ferrara’s Zeros And Ones starring Ethan Hawke. 11/19

    Friday Nov. 19th ALL SEATS $8.00 for ADVANCE online TICKETS ($12 at the door on Nov 19th.) Zeros And Ones premiered in the international competition at Locarno Film Festival in August, with Ferrara winning the best director prize.
  • THE REAL CHARLIE CHAPLIN starts Friday 11/19

    THE REAL CHARLIE CHAPLIN starts Friday 11/19

    For decades he was the most famous man in the world, but who was The Real Charlie Chaplin? Meet the complex man behind the extraordinary icon Friday 11/19 to Thursday 11/25 in a kaleidoscopic portrait of cinema’s first Hollywood star. Get tickets www.cinemavillage.com or https://www.fandango.com/cinema-village-aaefn/theater-page
  • Tickets now on sale for HELL OR HIGH SEAS

    Tickets now on sale for HELL OR HIGH SEAS

    Tickets now on sale for HELL OR HIGH SEAS. Life is worth a Fight! www.cinemavillage.com or https://www.fandango.com/cinema-village-aaefn/theater-page
  • Sunken Roads: Three Generations After D-Day Starts 11/26

    Sunken Roads: Three Generations After D-Day Starts 11/26

    A young woman embarks on a pilgrimage with a group of D-Day veterans to retrace their route from WWII on the 70th anniversary of the invasion.
  • FREELAND starts 11/26

    FREELAND starts 11/26

    An aging pot farmer finds her world shattered as she races to bring in what could be her final harvest.
  • PEEPAL TREE Starts October 29th

    PEEPAL TREE Starts October 29th

    “When the Police kill Sacred Trees, where do you go?” that’s the situation in ‘Peepal Tree’, a new film by National Award Winning Director from India, Kranti Kanadé. His character vehemently declares, “I will leave this city if they kill that Peepal Tree!” His last film ‘CRD’ was a critical & theatrical acclaim in US and India fetching 100% ratings on RottenTomatoes and reaching 50 days in cinemas. Los Angeles Times called it “Enchanting, Audacious and infectious”, THR found it “Entrancing, category-defying” and The Hindu said “It boldly goes where no Indian film has gone before.” His other film ‘Gandhi Of The Month’ stars the legendary Harvey Keitel (Reservoir Dogs, The Piano, Taxi Driver, Mean Streets). His children’s film ‘Mahek’ won awards around the world and ‘Chaitra’ won five National Film Awards becoming India’s official entry to the Student Academy Awards. He studied at UCLA and FTII. ‘Peepal Tree’ a feature film by Kranti Kanadé 85min/ India/ 2021/ Drama-Environment/ Hindi/ Eng Subs