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Film Festival BAMcinemaFest 2014 6/18-29

Absolutely! A WONDERFUL Selection, brilliantly curated with both international and homegrown surprises. Many Premieres. INDEPENDENT CINEMA LIVES!

In its sixth year, BAMcinemaFest introduces New York audiences to a wide-ranging lineup of innovative new films, including the work of emerging voices in American independent cinema and some of the world’s most acclaimed filmmakers.

Kicking off on June 18 on the Steinberg Screen at the BAM Harvey Theater, the festival opens with the New York premiere of Richard Linklater’s Boyhood, one of the most widely acclaimed and groundbreaking films of the year. More special events to be announced.

There are Many great films unspooling at this festival, including SNOWPIERCER. Check the link and see All the selections.

We will highlight a few.

http://www.bam.org/film/2014/bamcinemafest2014

Stations of the Elevated
Fri, Jun 27, 2014
Newly restored

The first ever filmed document of graffiti, this rarely screened tone poem of 1980s New York City screens with a live performance by the original Charles Mingus legacy band, the Mingus Dynasty.

 

 

Film
Closing Night: Do the Right Thing—25th Anniversary
Sun, Jun 29, 2014
Closing Night: Do the Right Thing—25th Anniversary
Sun, Jun 29, 2014

Spike Lee and cast reunite to celebrate the 25th anniversary of this Brooklyn masterpiece, co-presented by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.

+ Q&A with Spike Lee and cast
I Origins
Tue, Jun 24, 2014
NY Festival Premiere

Director Mike Cahill’s luminous follow-up to his acclaimed Another Earth follows a molecular biologist whose romance with an enigmatic young woman is tied to an earth-shaking scientific breakthrough.

+ Q&A with Mike Cahill
Happy Valley
Tue, Jun 24, 2014
NY Premiere

Director Amir Bar-Lev (The Tillman Story) wades fearlessly into the controversy and “football first” culture surrounding a child molestation scandal at Penn State.

+ Q&A with Amir Bar-Lev
Approaching the Elephant
Sun, Jun 22, 2014
NY Premiere

This brilliantly observed documentary captures life at a democratic free school, where classes are voluntary and children set their own rules.

+ Q&A with Amanda Rose Wilder
MEMPHIS

NY Premiere
Sun, Jun 22, 2014
  • 8:30PM
LOCATION:
Peter Jay Sharp Building
BAM Rose Cinemas
RUN TIME: 79min
GENERAL ADMISSION: $15
CINEMA CLUB MEMBERS: $10 (Movie Moguls free)
+  Q&A with Tim Sutton
Directed by Tim Sutton | 2014
With Willis Earl Beal, Constance Brantley, Larry Dodson

In a raw, seemingly autobiographical star turn, underground blues singer-poet Willis Earl Beal plays a musician who claims to have mystical powers but can’t seem to finish his next album. Trying the patience of his girlfriend and his producer, he drifts from Baptist church to bar to recording studio in a struggle to regain his creative spark. BAMcinemaFest 2012 alum Tim Sutton (Pavilion) treads the line between documentary and fiction in this sumptuously photographed, daringly abstract portrait of an iconic city, which features a haunting original soundtrack and supporting performances from legendary Stax musicians Larry Dodson and John Gary Williams. A Kino Lorber release.

Talks
Q&A

with Tim Sutton

This screening will feature a Q&A with director Tim Sutton.

Wild Canaries
Fri, Jun 20, 2014
NY Premiere

Brooklyn DIY meets classic screwball mystery in this witty whodunit about a quarreling couple who suspect something foul is afoot in their building.

+ Q&A with Lawrence Michael Levine and Sophia Takal
CONCERNING VIOLENCE

NY Premiere
Sat, Jun 21, 2014
  • 3:45PM
LOCATION:
Peter Jay Sharp Building
BAM Rose Cinemas
RUN TIME: 86min
GENERAL ADMISSION: $15
CINEMA CLUB MEMBERS: $10 (Movie Moguls free)
Directed by Göran Hugo Olsson | 2014

Set to the voice of Lauryn Hill reading Frantz Fanon’s anti-colonialist call to arms, The Wretched of the Earth, this mesmerizing assemblage of rarely seen archival footage brings to light nine of the most pivotal episodes in the history of African revolution. Documenting decades of uprisings, from the Angolan War of Independence to the Mozambique Liberation Front and beyond, director Göran Hugo Olsson’s (The Black Power Mixtape 1967—1975) propulsive and endlessly provocative docu-essay interrogates the role of violent revolt in the dismantling of colonial power and offers an impassioned tribute to the sacrifices made in the pursuit of liberation. A Kino Lorber release.

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