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Women at Work: Radical Creativity
A tribute to visionary women who have refused to be second-guessed or silenced. Film series guest curated by Dessane Lopez Cassell.
Black 90s: A Turning Point in American Cinema
A screening series that celebrates the landmark period in black American cinema, the 1990s. Film series curated by Ashley Clark.
Unlocked: The Power of Arts in Prison
Unlocked captures the unsparingly honest stories of formerly incarcerated men and women who participated in RTA’s prison arts program. The film offers a different model for criminal justice, emphasizing life skills that lead to success after prison.
Women at Work: Labor Activism
The hidden histories of how courageous women shaped the labor movement. Film series curated by Ashley Clark.
Mahamat-Saleh Haroun: Modern Griot
One of Africa’s greatest contemporary filmmakers, Chadian auteur Mahamat-Saleh Haroun has created a cinema of profound subtlety and human understanding. His lyrical, elegantly minimalist style is a wonder to behold—a deceptively calm surface that belies the complexity of thought and feeling behind each image. Film series curated by Ashley Clark.
Say It Loud: Cinema in the Age of Black Power, 1966—1981
This expansive film series, presented in conjunction with Brooklyn Museum’s exhibition "Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power," features a kaleidoscopic international banquet of features and shorts produced in this revolutionary climate by some of the era’s most incendiary talents. Film series curated by Ashley Clark.
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