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Thursday, November 9, 2023

This screening session includes 3 short films and 1 feature film.
All films are in English and/or have English subtitles.​


500 Park Avenue Screening Room

500 Park Ave (at the SW corner of 59th Street)

New York, NY 10022

Free tickets:

Seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis at the cinema starting 20 minutes before each screening. Reservation is not required, but optional. If you want to be certain of your seat(s), reserve your ticket(s) here.


Contrapunctus (Belgium) by Luna Brusselaers

A marriage falling apart.

Running Time: 00:05:00

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Who's Annie? (United States) by Sophia Peer

After jail-time, 12-step programs and five marriages, Annie begins her acting career in her mid-fifties with the help of a young director she met at a Burger King. In this show within a show, Annie tackles both her gigs as an actor and the role of herself in her own life story.
Running Time: 00:30:00

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Laundry Cycle (United States) by Hudson Price

After dropping off a load of laundry, a boy takes a bike ride ending up in him hitting a pedestrian. The pedestrian sees his clothes are blood-stained and goes directly to a laundromat, seeing the man who had just hit him with his bike. To get his payback, he steals the boy's bike.

Running Time: 00:04:12

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Eye to Eye (United States) by Darius Charles Lewis

Eye to Eye is a documentary, taking place between 2020-2022. It focuses on an African American family persevering through COVID, generational trauma, the fear of vulnerability, and the striking effects of grief, told in a series of vignettes. The topics addressed range from police brutality to the importance of mental health, while remaining tightly focused on the human beings affected by the chaos of the pandemic. 

The film is a tribute to who and what we lost in the last few years; but it's also a tribute to the blessings we have in front of us.

Running Time: 00:55:00

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