The collection of films in the program ask the audience to engage with the world from a non-human perspective. The Whelming Sea will close out the program line-up by focusing on the entanglement of shorebirds, horseshoe crabs, and human infrastructure during the phenomenal migrations that take place in New York City every spring. The film features the work of IMA Alums Kaija Siirala (sound design), Kevin T. Allen (sound mix), Fivel Rothberg (location sound), and Alex Mallis (score).Read More
IMA graduate Seyi Adebanjo’s film Honor Black Trans Womxn will be screening at two festivals. Seyi will be speaking at the NewFest Panel: Centering Black Queer + Trans Voices on Oct. 20th. The film will be played at:
#NewFest2020 (Shorts: Black Families Matter) | Oct. 16-27.
Centro Afro Caricoa de Cinema Negro Zózimo Bulbul Black Film Festival | Oct. 21-30.
Prof. Karen Hunter, host of the Karen Hunter Show on SiriusXM Urban View spoke on a panel POLICING: Reform, Defund, or Abolish? series hosted by the Roosevelt House on Thurs., Oct. 1, 2020 | 6:30-7:30PM