June 4, 2022, 5:30 PM EST
Free, open to the public, in-person event at Pioneer Works, Brooklyn, NY
Bilingual in English and Spanish
Third World Newsreel (TWN) and Pioneer Works are pleased to co-present a screening of El Pueblo Se Levanta (The People Are Rising), followed by the screening of Coyolxauhqui (2017) and Have You Seen? (2017), two short films by Colectivo Los Ingrávidos. The program will conclude with a discussion centered on activism-focused films both past and present, and the various forms of visual and social media now used in collective organizing.

Featured speakers will include El Pueblo Se Levanta filmmakers Iris Morales and Bev Grant; TWN member Allan Siegel; and Natasha Dhillon and Amin Husain from MTL Collective, a collaborative that joins research, aesthetics, organizing and action in practice. The conversation will be moderated by Teresa Basilio Gaztambide, and a member of Colectivo Los Ingrávidos will also join via Zoom.

This event is the first of four being presented by Third World Newsreel in collaboration with other groups, and supported with an Action Grant from the Humanities New York.
June 14, 2022, 6:30 PM
Free, open to the public, in-Person Exhibition at Julia de Burgos Latino Cultural Center, East Harlem, NY
Bilingual in English and Spanish
Join us for a free screening of the historic film by Iris Morales, íPALANTE, SIEMPRE PALANTE ! (Forward, Forever Forward!, 1996) where members of the Young Lords Party examine their history and impact, followed by a discussion with filmmakers, activists, and community members, on activism-focused film past and present, and the various forms of visual and social media now being used in community organizing.

Featured speakers include: Iris Morales (former Young Lords Party member, filmmaker and author), Marisa Franco (Co-Founder/Executive Director, Mijente), Nasheli Ortiz (Director, Taller Puertorriqueño) and Christopher Rivera (NY Boricua Resistance). This program will be moderated by Yarimar Bonilla (political anthropologist, professor, writer, and director of the Center for Puerto Rican Studies at Hunter College.)

This event is the second of four being presented by Third World Newsreel in collaboration with other groups, and supported with an Action Grant from the Humanities New York. This event is being sponsored by Third World Newsreel with the New York Latino Film Festival and the Hispanic Federation.

RSVP for this limited seating event, on June 14th at 6:30 PM at the Julia De Burgos Latino Cultural Center in East Harlem, NY. COVID policy: please wear a mask.
Sat, Jun 11th 2022 at 7:00 PM EDT
Free, In-Person Screening at Mayles Cinema
343 Malcolm X Blvd, New York, NY

MAMA GLORIA is a documentary film that centers Gloria Allen, a 73-year-old trans woman based in Chicago, Illinois. The film shares her life and recollections of growing up on the south side with an extremely supportive family, her childhood realization that she was a girl, time spent in the drag ball scene, her eventual coming out and gender reassignment surgery, and her later career as the proprietor of a charm school. Q&A with film director Luchina Fisher after the screening. Presented by Harlem Pride.
Please check out our Vimeo Channel for recordings of our previous seminars.
A Film by Al Santana
Another Brother
Black Nations/Queer Nations?
In a Perfect World...
A Dream Is What You Wake Up From
The Work of Camille Billops
Black and Blue
The People United
Mississippi Triangle
If you are an independent filmmaker making a documentary, drama, experimental, interactive, web, or new tech project, you may be eligible to apply for what will be flat $10,000 grants. If you received NYSCA funding previously for the same project; or if you received NYSCA in the last 2 years, you cannot apply. Individuals need to apply through a non-profit group that is a NYSCA recipient, like Third World Newsreel (TWN). 
Deadline: If you are interested in applying through TWN, please email fiscal_sponsorship@twn.org to receive a questionnaire by May 31st.  

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