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April 1, 2019 – May 31, 2019

Art and Craft

Directed by Sam Cullman, Jennifer Grausman, Mark Becker

Mark Landis, an unassuming yet prolific art forger with formidable technical skills, has been donating forged works—spanning six centuries and

Dirty Looks: 8 Years On

Directed by Various

Queer film collective Dirty Looks compiles eight years of experimental screenings for a shorts program of signature delights that queer

Héroes Magníficos

Directed by Various

As part of its ongoing efforts to give voice to under-represented youth in our community, the Film Center and its

Los Sures

Los Sures

Directed by Diego Echeverria

Comprised of predominantly working-class Puerto Rican and Dominican residents, Los Sures in South Williamsburg, Brooklyn, was in the early 1980s

Media • Exploration • Emergence !Women Art Revolution

Directed by Lynn Hershmann-Leeson

In the 1960s, women artists formed Women Artists in Revolution (WAR), a coalition to cope with exclusion from museum exhibitions,

Northwest Film Center Student Screening

Directed by NWFC Students

Celebrate the many short films created by our students during the 2019 Winter Term, including from Art of Filmmaking I,


Directed by Ross Lipman

Lipman, longtime film restorationist at the UCLA Film & Television Archive and film essayist, dives into the production of Samuel

NWFC Student Screening – FREE

Directed by Various

Everyone is invited to watch the many short films created by students in the classes of Fall Term 2017. Whether

River of Fundament

Directed by Matthew Barney

Mature audiences only. Please note that the June 5, Part 1 screening originally scheduled for 2:30pm has been cancelled. Set

Titicut Folllies

Directed by Frederick Wiseman

"Frederick Wiseman burst onto the scene in 1967 with what remains his most controversial film, a detached yet rigorous examination