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  1. The Sweded Film Festival - Virtual Screenings

    February 12, 2021 - March 18, 2021

    What is The Sweded Film Festival for Creative Re-Creations? It's a compilation of weird, hilarious homemade shorts that recreate famous films in under 5 minutes — as seen in Be Kind, Rewind. The latest compilation has a wild lineup that includes swedes of No Country For Old Men, The Wizard of Oz, Ferris Bueller, The Lighthouse, and MORE. NR / 60 min.

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  2. OUR RIGHT TO GAZE: BLACK FILM IDENTITIES - Virtual Screenings

    March 5, 2021 - April 1, 2021

    In this collection of six shorts, filmmakers gaze at themselves and their world, attempting to make sense of what they see reflected back. From gripping drama to heart-warming comedy, Our Right to Gaze: Black Film Identities features timely stories from Black artists that take us outside of the ordinary. Our Right to Gaze was developed as a means of addressing systemic inequity within the film industry, through the disruption of existing film distribution models and attitudes towards artist services and support. The program is also designed to support the participating filmmakers first and foremost – structured so that they receive adequate compensation for their work, have the option to participate in a mentorship cohort, and have the collective support of the cross-country coalition of media partners. Content Advisory: Pandemic Chronicles includes full nudity/mature content The Black Banshee features police violence

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  3. SOPHIE JONES - Virtual Screenings

    March 5, 2021 - April 1, 2021

    Inspired by true experiences of grief, girlhood, and growing up, Jessie Barr’s directorial debut SOPHIE JONES provides a stirring portrait of a sixteen year old. Stunned by the untimely death of her mother and struggling with the myriad challenges of teendom, Sophie (played with striking immediacy by the director’s cousin Jessica Barr) tries everything she can to feel something again, while holding herself together, in this sensitive, acutely realized, and utterly relatable coming-of-age story. NR / 85 min. “It's a poignant exploration of an arduous age, rooted completely in staggering authenticity.” – Courtney Howard, Variety

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  4. STRAY - Virtual Screenings

    March 12, 2021 - April 1, 2021

    Through the eyes of three stray dogs wandering the streets of Istanbul, STRAY explores what it means to live as a being without status or security. As they search for food and shelter, Zeytin, Nazar, and Kartal embark on inconspicuous journeys through Turkish society that allow us an unvarnished portrait of human life — and their own canine culture. Their disparate lives intersect when they each form intimate bonds with a group of young Syrians who share the streets with them. Whether they lead us into bustling streets or decrepit ruins, the gaze of these strays act as windows into the overlooked corners of society: women in loveless marriages, protesters without arms, refugees without sanctuary. The film is a critical observation of human civilization through the unfamiliar gaze of dogs and a sensory voyage into new ways of seeing. NR / 72 min.

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  5. My Salinger Year

    March 13, 2021, 3:00 PM

    In New York City's late nineties, a young aspiring writer (Margaret Qualley) lands a day-job at J.D. Salinger's literary agency. While her eccentric and old-fashioned boss (Sigourney Weaver) tasks her to process Salinger's voluminous fan mail, she struggles to find her own voice. Based on the novel by Joanna Rakoff. R / 101 min.

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  6. My Salinger Year

    March 13, 2021, 7:00 PM

    In New York City's late nineties, a young aspiring writer (Margaret Qualley) lands a day-job at J.D. Salinger's literary agency. While her eccentric and old-fashioned boss (Sigourney Weaver) tasks her to process Salinger's voluminous fan mail, she struggles to find her own voice. Based on the novel by Joanna Rakoff. R / 101 min.

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