Join us for this special screening of recent short films by Rockaway talents.
by Sam Fleischner. 2013. 107 min.
Five rarely seen shorts by the Iranian master, guest programmed by Jason Evans (This Long Century/Ecstatic Static). Live music performance by Lace Card.
by Pipilotti Rist. 2009. 84 min. Preceded by INTUITION PROPOSITION by Lindsay Packer. 2022. 4 min. Live dance performance by Sigrid Lauren.
by Sam de Jong. 2022. 78 min. Preceded by MY ONLY IDOL IS REALITY by Martine Syms. 2007. 7 min.
A look into the polarizing attributes of Water as a conduit in the Black experience. Guest programmed by Melissa Lyde, co-presented by Alfreda's Cinema.
A map of whispered mythologies and intracoastal histories. These hybrid films shapeshift between fictional performances and documentary traditions, reawakening memories lost at sea. Invoking colonial phantoms, they examine notions of territory and possession. Live music performance by Bass Trio with Michael Isvara Montgomery, Ari Folman-Cohen & Ran Livneh.
by Sean Duggan. 2021. 61 min. Preceded by BERNADETTE by Duncan Campbell. 2008. 37 min.
by Saela Davis & Anna Rose Holmer. 2022. 94 min. Live bagpipes by Rockaway local John F. McManus.
Representing the many modes of narrative filmmaking, this lineup of new work from New York filmmakers moves from laughs to chills and arrives near the supernatural.
by Jerry Schatzberg. 1970. 105 min. Live performance by Sleepy Doug Shaw.
by Jeremy Blake.
by Paul Thomas Anderson. 2002. 95 min.
A collection of short, contemporary documentaries examining the human condition through water, our attempts to clean up our mess and find ways to live harmoniously in the ever-changing environment.
by Albert Falzon. 1972. 79 min. Preceded by AS WE PROCEED by Matt Webster. 2020. 23 min. Live music performance by Anand Wilder (of Yeasayer).
by Jacquelyn Mills. 2022. 103 min. Preceded by IN THE CONSERVATORY by Caryn Cline. 2010. 5 min.
From the cosmos to the beach, swimming pools to tidal marshes, above and below the waterline, this bicoastal program plunges deep into this marine interzone through films and videos that adapt our eyes and ears to new aquatic environments. Guest programmed by Leo Goldsmith with a sunset live music performance by C. Lavender.
A series of shadow puppet tales; digital, but no less made by hand. A collection of hand drawn narrative shorts to warm your palms. Guest programmed by Ted Wiggin with a live shadow puppet performance by Olivia Vaughn Hern.
by Hayao Miyazaki. 2008. 101 min. Preceded by SECRET GOLDFISH by Bi Gan. 2016. 1 min. Live music performance by Laraaji.
co-presented by Beach Sessions Dance Series
by Jordan Tetewsky + Joshua Pikovsky. 2022. 76 min.
by Henry Selick. 1996. 79 min.
by Robert Zemeckis. 1988. 104 min.
by Joe Pytka. 1996. 88 min.
Co-presented by Spectacle, Anthology Film Archives + the German Film Office
Do Not Research presents a screening of video works that explore niche internet subcultures and the strange experience of being online today.
Join us in celebrating Juneteenth with a special screening of Haile Gerima's newly restored masterpiece Sankofa. Preceded by Natalija Joi’s short Black Joi, a rumination on 'home.'
Curated by Sam Gurry, Animation Brüt is a night of experimental animation, presenting 12 films by creators outside the traditional paradigm, seeking to break down boundaries from the inside.
Join us on Memorial Day for a special double bill and barbecue presented by Light Industry. Tickets include food and are free for Light Industry's Patreon members.
by Marnie Ellen Hertzler. 2020. 73 min.