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Banff Film Festival

Banff Film Festival tickets are available as of….. right now! Feb 16 and 17th at Duffin Theater! Purchase at https://www.arcadian.com//more-event_tickets https://youtu.be/8jfPonLYujY?si=pBBLC1IT_D7Rm-8K

Hidden Figures Movie Night!

North Adams Public Library 74 Church St, North Adams, MA, US

In honor of Black History Month, join NAPL and MCLA's Femme Forward Coalition for a FREE screening of Hidden Figures! 3rd floor community room. Snacks will be provided. If possible, please bring your own seating. Any questions, email Adult Services Librarian Ryan Miller at [email protected], or give us a call. Funded through the generosity of the Friends of NAPL!

Dreams Are Colder Than Death

Boundary-destroying in his approach to reframing film vocabulary, Arthur Jafa was taught by Haile Gerima at Howard University. In 2014, he made Dreams Are Colder Than Death, an essay film on the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” speech. In his experimental use of imagery of Black life, Jafa doesn’t merely document but interrogates the realities of African American lives today.Free. Accessible seats available; for information, call 413 458 0524.

As Told To G/D Thyself, and Assorted Shorts

Image: As Told to G/D Thyself; Terence Nance, Jenn Nkiru, Marc Thomas, Kamasi Washington, and Bradford Young; 2019. Filmmakers like Jenn Nkiru and Bradford Young, who went to Howard University and were taught by Haile Gerima and other first-generation L.A. Rebellion filmmakers, have teamed up with a wide variety of other filmmakers and musicians to create an avant-garde that is pushing the edge of film, music, design, advertising, and art. This assortment of shorts showcases the breadth of this work and its inherent multimedia approach (for example, the prevalence of music videos). Theirs is a practice for today, a world

The Neverending Story—Williamstown Public Library 150th Anniversary Film Series

Where better to begin the Williamstown Public Library 150th Anniversary Film Series, which explores the transformative power of reading, with this story about a lonely young boy with a love of books who becomes drawn into a timeless world of fabulous creatures? Wolfgang Peterson's The NeverEnding Story celebrates the particular way that books allow you to build worlds around yourself. Our main character Bastian ducks into a book story to avoid school bullies only to be saddles with a great responsibility. As he imagines himself the hero of the story, reading becomes an engine for maturation and growth. Free. Accessible

Seeing Through the Wall: Meeting Ourselves in Palestine and Israel

Bennington Museum, 75 Main Street, Bennington, VT, 05201 Bennington Museum, 75 Main Street, Bennington, VT, 05201

News Release The film, Seeing Through the Wall: Meeting Ourselves in Palestine and Israel, will be screened at the Bennington Museum on Sunday, March 24th , at 3:00 p.m. The film documents the recent visit of a small group of Jews to that area. Vermonters Rabbi Dov Taylor and filmmaker Anne Macksoud will be present for background and discussion. Admission is free and open to the public.

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