Month: October 2012

IMA alumna Chloe’s film screening

Chloe Smolarski’s film will be playing SUNDAY, OCTOBER 7th at 6 PM at Anthology Film Archives as part of their ‘New Filmmakers‘ series.  

There will be a small reception and after drinks after the show.

Admissions: Student Stories from Undocumented America” is a character driven, feature-length creative nonfiction film exploring the highly personal stories of four students:  Blanca, Charlie, Viridiana and Jong Min. Featuring experimental sound design, unsynchronized imagery, and a metaphorical language, ‘Admissions’ hopes to add to vital discussions on issues related to immigration, identity, and social justice.

IMA student Seyi Adebanjo’s film screening

Ni’Ja Kasim & Seyi Adebanjo Present:
Queer Acts (Art, Community, Thought, Spirit).
a monthly critical art series engaging Queer film, writing, and performance of the African Diaspora. Sponsored by the Black Women’s Blueprint Project.

Come watch Dakan
Our series premier presents the first feature length film on African Queerness, directed by Mohamed Camara. Produced in Guinea, Dakan follows the familial, communal, and spiritual struggles experienced in this “Romeo and Juliet” love story of two men. Following the showing, documentary filmmaker Seyi Adebanjo will facilitate a critical discussion on the intersections of community, sexuality, and spirit.

October 16th, 7pm
doors open at 6:30pm
$7-$10 sliding scale
279 empire Blvd Brooklyn NY 11225, between Rogers Ave & Nostrand Ave

Please RSVP. Contact Seyi at

Congrats to IMA Eyespeak leadership

New Eyespeak officers:

President: Tennessee Watson
Vice President: Jay Weichun
Treasurer: Grayson Earle
Secretary: Diana Quinones Rivera