Streaming

SEÑORITA

Directed by Isabel Sandoval

Sandoval’s noir-inflected debut feature parallels the everyday deceptions that exist in both public and private life in the Philippines.

Coming Fri, Aug 12
Available Aug 12 - Sep 12

Streaming

KALAMPAG TRACKING AGENCY SHORTS PROGRAM

Directed by Various

This shorts program from Kalampag Tracking Agency presents little-seen works experimental works from the Philippines in a variety of formats.

Coming Sun, Aug 14
Available Aug 14-28

Streaming

SATURDAY AFTERNOON CARTOONS

Directed by Various

Introduced by historian Tommy José Stathes.

Saturday Afternoon Cartoons is New York City’s prime theatrical showcase of early and classic animated cartoons, shown in vintage 16mm film prints.

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Available through Jul 13

Past Screening

THE AWFUL DR. ORLOFF Introduced by Dr. Perverse

Directed by Metrograph

Dr. Perverse introduces Jesús “Jess” Franco’s Madrid-shot, Paris-set, Franco-Spanish co-production The Awful Dr. Orloff.

Last available Jun 17 2022

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THE BLUE EYES OF YONTA

Directed by Flora Gomes

Gomes’s second film is a bold follow-up to Mortu Nega that extends his debut’s critical scrutiny of post-liberation Guinea-Bissau through a poignantly nuanced story of ardent dreams fractured across multiple generations.

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Available until tomorrow

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MORTU NEGA

Directed by Flora Gomes

Gomes’s debut feature, an unusual and influential epic, focuses on the end of the war that brought independence to Guinea-Bissau after a half century of brutal colonial rule under the Portuguese.

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Available until tomorrow

Past Screening

TRANSMISSION FROM THE LIBERATED ZONES

Directed by Filipa César

An experiment that brings together Swedish statements and documents, accessed and presented by a boy through a low-fidelity feedback channel.

Last available Jun 24 2022

Past Screening

THE EMBASSY

Directed by Filipa César

The Embassy deals with the production of memory and codes of representation used by the former Portuguese colonial power over Guinea-Bissau, focusing on a photo album depicting the perspective of a Portuguese colonist.

Last available Jun 24 2022

Past Screening

MINED SOIL

Directed by Filipa César

An essay film that revisits the work of Guinean agronomist Amílcar Cabral, who studied soil erosion in the Alentejo region of Portugal through the lens of his political engagement as a leader of the African Liberation Movement of the 1950s.

Last available Jun 24 2022

Past Screening

SUNSTONE

Directed by Filipa César and Louis Henderson

César’s documentary tracks Fresnel lenses from their site of production to their exhibition in a museum of lighthouses and navigational devices. Incorporating 16mm celluloid images, digital desktop captures, and 3D CGI, the film maps a technological trajectory.

Last available Jun 24 2022