What’s Happening At Maysles Cinema

UPCOMING SCREENINGS AND EVENTS AT THE MAYSLES CINEMA
The box office is open for ticket purchases one hour before the start of all events.  Credit cards are now accepted at the Box Office. Tickets are a $10 suggested donation, unless otherwise noted.

Ticket-holders arriving 15 minutes before showtime are guaranteed a seat inside the theater. Overflow seating is available for sold out shows.
Members only: You can reserve your seat by emailing your name, the name and date of the event, and “Member RSVP” to reservations@maysles.org or please call (212)537-6843 x1 and leave a voicemail no later than 24 hours before the screening start time. If you have a family membership, make sure to note the number of family members attending.
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DocWatchers7Thursday, September 18th, 7:00pm
HarlempridelogoDoc Watchers
Curated by Hellura Lyle
The New Black
Yoruba Richen, 2013, 74 min.

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Followed by Q&A with Director Yoruba Richen.

Flying-solo(Preceded by…) Flying Solo: A Transgender Widow Fights Discrimination
Leslie Von Pless, 2014, 8 min.

Post-screening reception sponsored by Harlem Pride.
Fostering fellowship and informed discussion within Harlem’s LGBT community.

 

 


continuinged_logoFriday, September 19th, 7:30pm
Saturday, September 20th, 4:00pm
Continuing Ed Presents: Back to School With The Prep School Negro

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Back By Popular Demand!

theprepschoolnegroThe Prep School Negro
André Robert Lee, 2012, 71 min.

The screening on Friday, September 19th at 7:30pm will be followed by a Q&A with director André Robert Lee and writer Ayana Mathis.

The screening on Saturday, September 20th at 4:00pm will be followed by a Q&A with director André Robert Lee and scholar Paul M. Farber.

Continuing Ed is on-going series presents films and speakers in order to advance discussion about the future of education and education reform.


Black Panther Fest PosterFriday, September 26th, 7:00pm
The Sixth Annual Black Panther Party Film Festival: Free Angela and All Political Prisoners
(Remembering our Panther political prisoners over 800 years in captivity)
Produced by the Black Panther Commemoration Committee, NY in conjunction with Maysles Cinema

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Kill A Revolution But You Can’t Kill a Revolution
17 min.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

George JacksonGeorge Jackson
The Freedom Archives, 27 min.

 

 

 

 

 

 

FreeAngela

Free Angela and All Political Prisoners
Shola Lynch, 2013, 102 min.

Q&A with filmmaker Shola Lynch, and Black Panther Party Members BJ, Pam Hanna, Claudia Williams and C. “Bullwhip” Innis.

 


Black Panther Fest PosterSaturday, September 27th, 4:00pm
The Sixth Annual Black Panther Party Film Festival: Mountains That Take Wing: Angela Davis & Yuri Kochiyama
(Remembering our Panther political prisoners over 800 years in captivity)
Produced by the Black Panther Commemoration Committee, NY in conjunction with Maysles Cinema

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Jalil-MuntaqimVoice of Liberation: Jalil Abdul Mutaqim
Eve Goldberg and Claude Marks, 2002, 20 min.

 

 

 

 

manufacturing_guiltManufacturing Guilt
Stephen Vittoria, 2013, 40 min.

 

 

 

Mountains That Take Wing: Angela Davis & Yuri Kochiyama
C.A. Griffith & H.L.T. Quan, 2009, 97 min.

Q&A with Q&A Rachel Wolkenstein, legal consultant, and Keith Cook, Mumia Abu-Jamal’s Brother and moderated by BPP Member Shabaom.


Black Panther Fest PosterSaturday, September 27th, 7:00pm
The Sixth Annual Black Panther Party Film Festival
: But You Can’t Kill a Revolution
(Remembering our Panther political prisoners over 800 years in captivity)
Produced by the Black Panther Commemoration Committee, NY in conjunction with Maysles Cinema

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Kill A RevolutionBut You Can’t Kill a Revolution

17 min.
manufacturing_guiltManufacturing Guilt
Stephen Vittoria, 2013, 40 min.

 

 

 

 

LettheFireBurnLet the Fire Burn
Jason Osder, 2013, 95 Min.

Q&A with Ramona Africa, activist and Move bombing survivor and Keith Cook, Mumia Abu-Jamal’s brother and moderated by BPP Member Shabaom.

 


Black Panther Fest PosterFriday, October 3rd, 7:00pm
The Sixth Annual Black Panther Party Film Festival: Voice of Liberation: Jalil Abdul Muntaqim
(Remembering our Panther political prisoners over 800 years in captivity)
Produced by the Black Panther Commemoration Committee, NY in conjunction with Maysles Cinema

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Jalil-MuntaqimVoice of Liberation: Jalil Abdul Muntaqim
Eve Goldberg and Claude Marks, 2002, 20 min.

 

 

 

 

InthelandofthefreeIn the Land of the Free
Vadim Jean, 2010, 84 min.

Tribute to the late Herman Wallace, one of the Angola 3, with Herman’s House filmmaker Angad Bhalla.

 


Black Panther Fest PosterSaturday, October 4th, 4:00pm
The Sixth Annual Black Panther Party Film Festival: But You Can’t Kill a Revolution
(Remembering our Panther political prisoners over 800 years in captivity)
Produced by the Black Panther Commemoration Committee, NY in conjunction with Maysles Cinema

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Kill A RevolutionBut You Can’t Kill a Revolution
17 min.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Passion for Justice
Pat Saunders and Rea Taijiri, 1994, 57 min.

Q&A with Kristen Fitzpatrick, Women Make Movies Director of Acquisition & Exhibition and moderated by BPP Member Cleo Silvers.

 

 

 


Black Panther Fest PosterSaturday, October 4th, 7:00pm
The Sixth Annual Black Panther Party Film Festival: Free Angela and All Political Prisoners
(Remembering our Panther political prisoners over 800 years in captivity)
Produced by the Black Panther Commemoration Committee, NY in conjunction with Maysles Cinema

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Nuh WashingtonVoices of Three Political Prisoners: Nuh Washington-Last Statement
The Freedom Archives, 2000, 20 min.

 

 

FreeAngela

 

Free Angela and All Political Prisoners
Shola Lynch, 2013, 102 min.

Closing Reception and Party.

 

 


changingfaceofharlemThursday, October 9th, 7:30pm
Changing Face of Harlem
Shawn Batey, 2014, 62 min.

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Q&A with director Shawn Batey, editor Jason Pollard, music composer Jay Rodriguez, production assistant Amel Ahmed and Changing Face of Harlem character Russell Grey.