I first heard Kllo at a backyard party in Bed-Stuy.
With all of the free time, people have right now, who could resist?
1 in 4. 1 is someone you know. Yet statistics still feel so hollow sometimes, the faceless numbers easy to contort into some semblance of an argument to overturn one of the most critical cases in this nation’s history.
Onward, Pixar’s beautifully animated new film easily won over an enthusiastic audience during a special screening at AMC Lincoln Square this past Wednesday.
Twin Peaks stormed the stage in Dublin this week with a set sprawling across the band’s albums, eras, and musical genres.
On Tuesday, January 28, Roxane Gay, Marielle Heller, Amber Tamblyn, Elaine Welteroth & Michelle Williams hosted a special New York screening of The Assistant at The Metrograph, an independent movie theater in the Lower East Side.
On Tuesday, January 21, CNN’s Alisyn Camerota hosted a special screening at Soho House in Manhattan of the award-winning film, “Learning to Skateboard in a Warzone if You’re a Girl.” The beautiful film was followed by a Q&A with the director, Carol Dysinger.
On Friday, January 3, Ezra Edelman and Laurie Anderson hosted a special screening, reception, and Q+A with Producer/Director, Nanfu Wang, for One Child Nation at the Tribeca Grill Loft in Manhattan. Producers, Julie Goldman, Carolyn Hepburn, and Christopher Clements were also in attendance.
The Lincoln Center hosted a special screening of Irene Taylor Brodsky’s documentary “Moonlight Sonata,” set to premiere on HBO December 11th at 9PM ET.
Burning Cane was the talk of the Tribeca Film Festival this past April when it won the festival’s top prize. Not only that but it’s director, first-time filmmaker, Phillip Youmans became the first Black director to win the Founders Award and the youngest director to have a feature film shown at Tribeca, at 19 years old.