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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Thursday, September 4th, 7:00pm
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Curated by Hellura Lyle
Out In The Night
Blair Dorosh-Walther, 2014, 75 min.

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Screening followed by Q&A with Director Blair Dorosh-Walther, and film subjects Renata Hill, Patreese Johnson & Terrain Dandridge.

how-to-be-a-girl-2(Preceded by…) How To Be A Girl
Directed & Animated by Marlo Mack, 2014, 7min.

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

 


Cafeteria-Man-PosterFriday, September 5th, 6:00pm
Corbin Hill Food Project Presents: Cafeteria Man
(A Portion of the proceeds will benefit Corbin Hill’s reduced-price “Money Match” program)

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6:00pm
A tasting of “school food made delicious!”

7:00pm
Cafeteria Man
Richard Chisholm, 2011, 65 min.

Panel discussion to follow screening with Cafeteria Man subject Tony Geraci, Barbara Turk, director of food policy for Mayor Bill De Blasio, and Rhys Powell, president/founder, Red Rabbit, (“the #1 health school meal provider in NYC”).

Corbin Hill Farm is a network of rural farms and urban communities in New York. They work with farmer from upstate New York and community groups in New York City to deliver fresh, local produce to Harlem and the Bronx.


Jazz on film series logoTuesday, September 9th, 7:00pm
Jazz on Film: Old Man Bebo
Curated by the National Jazz Museum in Harlem
Carlos Carcas, 2008, 111 min.

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old-man-bebo-movie-poster Preceded by a brief introduction by Ned Sublette and a brief Q & A after.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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Thursday, September 11th, 7:00pm
Doc Watchers & African Film Festival Present:
God Loves Uganda
Roger Ross Williams, 2013, 83 min.

 

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Followed by Q&A with Editor Benjamin Gray.

(Preceded by…) One Year Lease
Brian Bolster, 2014, 11 min

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


harlemintfilmfestThursday, September 11th to Sunday September 14th
The 9th Annual Harlem Film Festival

Five Days, Ninety Films from 25 Countries

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Tickets: www.HarlemFilmFestival.org

For a complete listing of all Festival events and to purchase tickets go to www.HarlemFilmFestival.org and “like” the Facebook page to receive updates.


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Thursday, September 18th, 7:00pm
Doc 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.